Set high in the Aravali Hills, Devi Garh exquisitely brings together the best of old India with the new. Its soaring exteriors bear three centuries of decay beautifully, while inside is an exercise in refined white and metallic contemporary design. Sleek, polished simplicity creates an atmosphere of absolute calm. The use of local stone and marble adds richness. In the Devi Garh Complex two suites share a common black marble swimming pool, the larger Devi Garh suite has its own private deck and Jacuzzi. The Aravali Suite opens to spectacular views of the Aravali hills with balconies and bay windows - the view from the bathtub and shower is unforgettable. A range of dining options take you from garden suite lawns to rooftop beneath a carved canopy and open to the stars. In the Sheesh Mahal, a setting for two to four people tucked within a lower rampart, you can dine on traditional low Indian seating and trace the history of Devi Garh in the faded frescoes, mirror work and broken Chinese ceramic decoration.
The commitment of Devi Garh to Delwara, a village at the foot of the fort that once belonged to its feudal estate.