Need to know
Five, including two suites.
11am, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 3pm.
Double rooms from $86.79 (INR5,971), excluding tax at 18 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional room tax of 10% per booking prior to arrival.
Rates include an à la carte breakfast with western and Indian options. There’s fresh fruit, toasted millet muesli, eggs (they do everything from classic sunny-side-up to masala omelets) and Rajasthani dishes like split-pea pancakes.
All five rooms have a colour scheme that matches their name; pick from Moonstone, Sapphire, Topaz, Peridot and Spinel (which looks like a fiery pink ruby).
At the hotel
Gardens with lounge and alfresco dining areas; library; free WiFi throughout; laundry. In rooms: Bluetooth speaker; air-conditioning; free bottled water; Kama bath products.
Our favourite rooms
Try the Moonstone suite for size, a bright, calming room with the hotel’s only freestanding bath tub. When the sun’s out, the lattice windows throw patterned shadows across the floor, making for an inspired soak. Another winner is Sapphire, the only room on the top floor, which is full of furniture swirled with deep blue patterns.
The one-room Kothi Spa is a collaboration with organic beauty brand Pahadi Local, who make their oils from plants and fruits native to the Himalayas. Their signature product is the skin-softening gutti ka tel, or pure apricot kernel oil. The therapists are also dab hands at Ayurvedic-influenced reflexology and neck, shoulder and foot massages.
t’s not so much about what to bring as what to leave, to save space in your case: the design-conscious staff are all too happy to share insider tips on where to buy the best fabrics, clothes and Rajhastani art, so don't overpack.
All of the common areas are wheelchair accessible, but there are no specially adapted rooms.
All ages are welcome. Children will love the garden and the library, which is where the staff set up games and puzzles.