Personal batman (butler), Spa Tent offering massages, scrubs, facials and traditional henna art, well-stocked Lounge Tent, central outdoor fire pit. In rooms: free WiFi, king-size bed, sitting and dining area, rain shower and separate soaking tub.
With soaring six-metre-high canopies, elegant interiors, sunken marble bath tubs and custom-made teak furniture, these tents are seriously luxe. Creamy cotton curtains divide the enormous 'rooms' and a private entrance area where tea is served every morning. For added privacy, go for tent number one, which is set furthest away from the main camp.
The sparkling square pool echoes the region's traditional stepwells, ancient irrigation tanks with concentric steps on all sides. Take a dip and then flop onto a shaded sunlounger.
With safaris, walking tours and camel rides on the menu a suitably robust pair of shoes and trousers are a must but you'll want something a little more fashion-forward come sundowner time. Remember to add your camera to the kitbag and an extra memory card to hold all those safari snaps.
Entry and safari passes for Ranthambore National Park are an additional US$75 each, plus taxes.
Children are welcome and cots are available free of charge for infants. US$60 a night (plus taxes) will cover a bed and all meals for littles aged six to 12; for over-12s (including extra adults), US$125 (plus taxes) a night.
Aman-i-Khás caters to Smiths of all ages, and with safari-park surrounds Juniors can go wild and embrace their inner Mowgli.
All ages are welcome, but the hotel is probably best suited to kids aged five and over because they'll be able to enjoy (and sit still during) the safaris.
Once the kids tire of safari sessions, there's a swimming pool, croquet lawn and games of cricket to be won (and lost). The Spa offers Mehendi, traditional henna art of temporary patterns that are usually applied to your hands. Children can also learn to design their own hand-block print fabric. Beyond the camp, there are camel-cart rides, visits to Ranthambhore Fort, and trips to the Old City where kids can join in sessions of Gilli-danda, an old-school stick game.
The pool has shallow stepped areas for little swimmers.
A children's menu and high chairs are available. Packed lunches can be rustled up and the kitchen can heat baby food and milk.
Free babysitting is available upon request.
No need to pack
Baby cots, which are provided at no extra cost.
The camp isn't fenced, so keep an eye on younger children who might hear the call of the great outdoors and want to explore solo...