A Maharajah-like break at Six Senses, Barwara  

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Last yr, the Six Senses group opened its very first tackle in India. A real haven of peace nestled in a former fort close to a national park.

It took ten years for this chic fort, belonging to the royal household of Rajasthan, to be reworked into an expensive lodge. The primary Indian lodge of the Six Senses group, this nugget of history is nestled not far from the Ranthambore National Park, the place quite a few Hindu temples stand and tigers roam freely. A haven of serenity, the architecture is a true tribute to the unique seven-hundred-year-old fort. Inside, modern decor provides the place a twist. A perfect stability between previous and new, opening onto lush inexperienced nature and luxurious gardens.

The journey takes on a Zen and wellness really feel with its unimaginable spa, offering Ayurvedic remedies. The lodge’s signature 2,800 sq. meters devoted to the physique permit visitors to treat themselves to massages or tailor-made packages – a resolutely Six Senses idea – and additionally it is potential to create one’s own beauty products based mostly on clays and important oils: undoubtedly probably the most lovely souvenir to slide into one’s suitcase. In fact, Indian gastronomy is honored at the Roohani table, which completes this stopover between luxury and custom. 


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