India is one of those places where the accommodation adds so much to the experience of the trip. Travel in India can be hectic and hot, dusty and tiring, so where you kick back at the end of the day is important to refresh and reflect on your experience. It's worth it to seek out that hotel that is unique to your interests or to the surroundings and we can help you do that! Here
The Raas – Probably one of the best-located hotels in Jodhpur just steps from the Clocktower Market, for all your souvenir shopping needs, and below Mehrangarh Fort for some of the best sunset views in the city. A comfortable modern style that maintains the Rajput architecture that is so unique to this region.
The Imperial – Take a step back into the colonial past
Lakshman Sagar – Top of my list for unique remote properties! Its unlike any place I have seen in India! This hotel rises on a hillside overlooking a lake, like an oasis of color and luxury, on the edges of the "Badlands of India" near Raipur. Originating as a hunting property for Indian nobility, it still maintains itself as the place to disconnect, as is reflective in the zero kilometer concept (sourcing all materials from the vicinity). Open spaces and vibrant colors reflect the surrounding open plains and vivid clothing worn by the locals.
Rawla Narlai - Take a break from the frenzied city for a stay in slow luxury in the countryside between Jodhpur and Udaipur. Still owned by members of Jodhpur's royal family this heritage resort is full of character, comfort, and luxury. Enjoy a meal on the rooftop or by the 16th Century old
Raas Devigarh - Its mere presence atop a hill in the village of Delwara exudes royalty. Built in the 1700s, Devigarh commands presence in the valley for its history, its size, and its luxury. The modern amenities perfectly blend with the old world royalty. Despite its
Jamtara Wilderness Camp - One of my favorite properties because of the pool! Yes, its in an amazing setting, in a great location to Pench National Park, and spectacular service, but its one of the few safari camps in the area with a pool. It's set directly below a massive banyan tree which
Tree House Hideaway - A fun and comfortable property of actual treehouses just outside of the popular Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve. These aren't your childhood treehouses, these have all the comforts one would expect from a 4-star property (A/C, modern bath, balcony overlooking the forest below). Comfy central lodge area is perfect for swapping safari stories with guides and other guests.
Kanha Jungle Lodge - More of a traditional lodge style, with small bungalows surrounding a centralized, but open air lounge area. Tons of books to read up on that mysterious blue bird you kept seeing. Welcoming staff, managed by a lovely family for decades, are ready to help with any need or story about the nearby Kanha National Park. It was immensely comfortable and felt like I could have stayed here a lot longer.