The Bagh garden complex has 2.5 kilometres of walkways for guests to stroll and discover the delights of nature and art.
CHAMELI : The entrance block comprises of a Reception area with business center and a library having books of world renowned authors on birds and wild life.
MAYUR : The café over looking the gardens with a large sitting area offers a
range of refreshing brews and delicious snacks.
CHAMPA, MOGRA, GULAB, ANAR AND SURKHAB BHAWANS : The five residential
complexes comprises a total of 23 rooms, Each complete with verandas,
corridors, Patios and communal spaces for social interaction and quiet
contemplation. Each room at the bagh is subtle combination of history and
modernity. This creates a feeling of simple elegance and luxurious ease. All
rooms have handmade furniture, well appointed bath- rooms and the amenities
of modern technology.
GULMOHAR : The bagh offers the unique regional cuisine of Braj. There are
recipes from Bharatpur and vegetarian dishes cooked for god Krishna in
nearby pilgrimage centers. A selection of other cuisines is also served to
suit individual tastes.
MORCHALLI : Indoor bar serves an assortment of alcoholic and non-alcoholic
drinks with light snacks.
MAHUA : Out door bar serving non -alcoholic and alcoholic liquors for fine
VINTAGE SPOT : The vintage garage houses three vintage cars, including a
1946 Chrysler Plymouth, a1918 Model T Ford ,a 1938 ten Series III Morris and
a Jeep of II world war.
SHEESHAM : recreational complex fully equipped gym and swimming pool. Ayurvedic message and other treatments are available at the spa.(Jacuzzi, Steam & Sauna Bath)
The Bagh organises visits to place of interest within Bharatpur such as the Keoladeo Ghana National Park, the old fort, the museum and the archaeological site at Noh, as well as guide excursions to place within a two hours radius outside Bharatpur. These sites include Deeg, Bund Baretta sanctuary, archaeological sites at Sonkh, Bayana, Rupwas and Kumher, the pilgrimage centres of Brindavan, Govardhan, Mathura, Barsana and of course, World Heritage sites such as the Taj Mahal at Agra and Fatehpur Sikri.