Lull the mind, body and spirit with a host of holistic health services at this wellness wonderland a member of Healing Hotels of the World. Designed in the form of a mandala to reflect the relation between life and the infinite, the country’s first all-suite destination retreat epitomises high living and fine dining with sumptuous traditional Indian therapies at Kaya Kelp-The Royal Spa and personalised gourmet menus centred on the philosophy of wellbeing at its several restaurants. Guests can better understand their dietary requirements during consultations with the in-house Ayurvedic doctor and rediscover the magic of getting lost in time via leisure activities in nature, some of which are hiking, bird watching, mountain biking and rock climbing around the tranquil Aravalli Range.
The 100 suites featuring bold Indian colours and exceptional local craftsmanship come with either a semi-private pool and deck or a private terrace ideal for intimate gatherings, but for first-rate indulgence four regal villas are available, each of which is replete with a well-stocked pantry, temperature-controlled lap pool and Jacuzzi, dining room that can seat up to 10 guests and even an elevator for easier access across the two stories. A picture of majesty, ITC Grand Bharat allows the emperors of today to experience the luxury of eras gone by.