Titled "The 50 greatest hotels in the world", the writer makes it very clear early on in the article that the hotels included in the list "have each earned their place." Having earned a Telegraph expert rating of 8/10, the writer says that The Oberoi Vanyavilas, Ranthambhore "lies just outside Ranthambhore National Park, where tigers sunbathe on old Raj ruins beneath a towering 1,000-year-old fort."
In further praise of the resort, the writer says that "although the bedrooms are made from canvas, this is no jungle camp. Rather, it’s the grandest spot in India from which to watch wildlife while being looked after by some of the country’s most gracious hoteliers." Highlighting the service excellence at the resort, the writer says that "beturbaned staff, in jewel-coloured kurtas, are on hand when needed (invisible when not) to serve Indian feasts in candlelit courtyards, proffer orange-flower-scented face-towels after a safari or serve rosewater iced tea by the fringed colonial-style pool umbrellas."
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The 50 greatest hotels in the world Telegraph A guide to the worlds best hotels, featuring the most amazing places to stay in destinations including Europe, Asia, Indian Ocean, Africa, Americas, Middle East and Caribbean, for honeymoons, luxury escapes and city breaks, as chosen and reviewed by Telegraph Travels team of editors and destination experts