Most common adjective on tripadvisor – an oasis amidst the city chaos. I cannot agree more.
A perfect blend of simplicity and comfort, Anuraag Villa is a small boutique hotel nestled in the residential Bunny Park area of Jaipur city. It’s proximity to railway station and heritage sites makes it an ideal abode for Indian and foreign tourists alike.
As soon as you reach the hotel. you can feel its vintage vibes.
The entrance to the reception is decorated with traditional Rajasthani art.
Did you notice the peacock on top ? You’ll see the animal soon.
Once inside, I felt it was small yet spacious. Attached to the reception is an indoor dining hall. The decor is a reminiscent of the state history and its world-famous art and craft.
The above mural reminded me of veiled Rebecca. The library is well stocked with Hindi novels of Premchand and other contemporary authors, which I plan to devour during my next visit. Yes, there are English magazines and non-fiction too.
The ceiling is no less when it comes to grandeur and charm.
The indoor seating area opens to a beautiful lawn which had been converted to an outdoor dining place. The first thing you would notice is the colored glass wall, which is actually their kitchen.
Moving further, to the right is the seating arrangement.
The night view of same is more mesmerizing.
On one end there is a shamiana to let you enjoy the ambience in peace.
I was impressed with the entire design of the lawn or the dining space. With hanging lights, Buddha statue and marble murals, it created a very serene environment for a laid back meal.
Now let us a take a 360 degree tour of the interiors.
Our room was on first floor. You need to cross the exquisitely done gallery to reach your room.
The rooms are clean with all required facilities in place.
The only complaint I have is missing exhaust fan in the washroom and adequate place to keep toiletries.
Barring these, we had an impeccable room service and a good night sleep .
The hotel doesn’t boast of a gym or a swimming pool, but who would care for those, when you have a puppet show to keep you busy in the night:
a flutist to keep you enthralled during early morning breakfast and the national bird of India to keep you company for the heavenly experience you had always wished for