The Oberoi Vanyavilas, is spread across twenty acres of lush, landscaped gardens which are rich with indigenous plants and birds. Guests can stroll around their torch-lit pathways in the evening and delight in the melodious chorus of frogs singing in their lily ponds. From the top of their observation tower, guests can admire panoramic views of the bordering jungle, spot wildlife at the nearby watering hole and sip champagne at sundown. Spread across twenty verdant acres, their Luxury Tents are totally unique accommodations amongst luxury resorts in Ranthambhore. The Luxury Tents are cradled by lush, fragrant indigenous flora, set within traditional mud walls and located along pebbled drives that are lit at night by glowing torches. All accommodations are served by a dedicated personal butler and offer complimentary access to high speed Internet for up to four devices. Guests who stay with us are guaranteed a stay experience unmatched by other luxury hotels in Ranthambhore. Guests looking for a luxury dining restaurant in Ranthambhore will not be disappointed by their magnificent indoor and al fresco main restaurant, with its daily changing menu of authentic Rajasthani specialities, pan-Indian and continental dishes.
The original structure of the Sawai Madhopur Lodge was built over 80 years ago and not much has changed. What is now one of the top luxury hotels in Ranthambore, was once a hunting stop for the Maharaja of Jaipur. Tents were pitched on the vast grounds and the royal family camped here often. The original art deco styled lodge still houses the original dining hall, bar and lounge. The veranda added later also remains with all its grand style. The tents however, have made way for luxurious rooms and suites. And, while the spirit of the lodge remains, it is a new spirited style that makes its presence felt. You can choose from a selection of 20 suites and 16 rooms, which are all part of the original lodge structure. Enjoy the luxury of spacious accommodation and high ceilings.
Khem Villas, is a jungle camp established by Usha and Goverdhan Singh Rathore along with Pritam Singh on the outskirts of Ranthambhore. Goverdhan is the son of Fateh Singh Rathore one of India’s leading Tiger experts who is also aptly referred to as the founding father of Ranthambhore helping put the park on the Tiger Map of the World. Khem Villas is surrounded by lush indigenous trees and a cluster of small water bodies, mingling seamlessly into the natural habitat of the land around it. Today, it is not uncommon to see jackals, jungle cats, hyenas, desert fox, and crocodiles, within the grasslands around the campstead. It has also become a bird watcher's paradise. Guests will be provided a satisfying selection of Indian, Western and Oriental Cuisine during their stay. Out of respect to nature, all the food at Khem Villas is vegetarian. Rest assured, you will be pleasantly surprised! Most of their everyday ingredients are sourced from the organic farms at the hotel. Even the milk is from the local farm where the cows are fed organic feed. Like all things at Khem Villas, even the accommodation here is environmentally sensitive and sound. Great pains have been taken to use locally sourced materials and skills. At Khem Villas you will always be mindful of the vast jungle and the magic of nature all around us.
Kipling Lodge, Ranthambore has been named after Rudyard Kipling, the 19th century Nobel Prize winning writer who has been immortalized by his literary works. The most popular of his books, the Jungle Book Series is a unique tribute to Indian wildlife and forests, as well as the innate connection between man and nature. Set in the lap of nature, surrounded by lush fields and trees, and just a stone’s throw away from Ranthambore National Park, Kipling Lodge reconnects you back to nature and self. Taking a leaf out of Jungle Book and the raw adrenaline of wildlife, Kipling Lodge offers complete comfort of luxury, complemented by an authentic colonial charm. The first thing you’ll notice about Kipling Lodge is the colonial-inspired décor, making itself obvious in not so many obvious ways. The boutique hotel evokes the bygone in its own little ways – in the manicured lawns, or the tastefully done furniture, or the quaint library-bar.