My husband and I stayed at Amanbagh for 2 nights in January and loved the experience. If you're planning on visiting Agra and Jaipur, I highly recommend that you take a break from the touristy and dusty parts of India and stay at Amanbagh, which is located in a picturesque country side far from everything.
The resort is beautiful, but not in an ostentatious kind of way. The food here is amazing -- the vegetables are grown from their own garden, and I could definitely feel the freshness. The staff was warm and friendly, in a way that seemed genuine.
Amanbagh was such a unique opportunity to experience local life in rural India. We did a village walk in the morning through a nearby local village. The Aman guide who led the walk is actually a local villager himself. In the afternoon, we visited the haunted ruins at Bangarh. There were not a lot of people there (especially compared to the sites in Delhi, Jaipur and Agra) and I was the only non-Indian person at Bangarh that day. In the evening, we participated in the Aarti ceremony at the local Hindu temple. We also happened to be there on Republic day, so one morning there was a Republic day ceremony put on by the security staff at Amanbagh.More
- Free Parking
- Breakfast included