In “Where to stay in Ranthambore”, Ms. Jasreen Mayal Khanna highlights that “The cream arches and traditional Rajasthani frescoes at this stunning property mimic the opulence of a royal palace, while the gleaming tents feature clawfoot bathtubs, tiger-motif linen and floors made of teak.” adding “The 20-acre hotel is also known for its wellness offerings, be it open-air hatha yoga sessions or a Balinese massage in the haveli-style spa with views of a lily pond.”
Ms. Khanna emphasises that “The observation deck is one of the best lookout spots in the area and you can even ask the staff to arrange a Champagne sundowner with grilled food, right there.” adding “Children will get a lot out of the Little Naturalist programme, which has an emphasis on appropriate behaviour towards nature and animals.”
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