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A Maharajah-like break at Six Senses, Barwara  

Last year, the Six Senses group opened its very first address in India. A true haven of peace nestled in a former fort near a national park.

It took ten years for this sublime fort, belonging to the royal family of Rajasthan, to be transformed into a luxurious hotel. The first Indian hotel of the Six Senses group, this nugget of history is nestled not far from the Ranthambore National Park, where numerous Hindu temples stand and tigers roam freely. A haven of serenity, the architecture is a true tribute to the original seven-hundred-year-old fort. Inside, contemporary decor gives the place a twist. A perfect balance between old and new, opening onto lush green nature and sumptuous gardens.

The journey takes on a Zen and wellness feel with its incredible spa, offering Ayurvedic treatments. The hotel’s signature 2,800 square meters dedicated to the body allow guests to treat themselves to massages or tailor-made programs – a resolutely Six Senses concept – and it is also possible to create one’s own beauty products based on clays and essential oils: undoubtedly the most beautiful souvenir to slip into one’s suitcase. Of course, Indian gastronomy is honored at the Roohani table, which completes this stopover between luxury and tradition.

Cheynnes Tlili