The Restaurant is positioned on the lower floor of the main building and provides a regal atmosphere beneath its double-height ceiling. Seating is either banquette-style or at tables which flow onto the outside terrace. The food is simple, home-style, Indian cuisine, with a choice of Western dishes also available.
Another, more informal dining venue is next to the swimming pool. Here, one dines outdoors beneath a covered colonnade. The Library Terrace, located on the upper floor of the main building, is ideal for informal dining in the evening, particularly during the hotter months when a cool breeze can be enjoyed under a starlit sky. The Bar and Salon is located opposite the Restaurant and offers a cosy place in which to relax and unwind. The Roof Terrace, which is elevated above a canopy of trees, provides sweeping views over the surrounding landscape, and is another option for dining and refreshments.
The Library and Reading Terrace are located on the second level of the main building. There are a variety of reference books on the history, arts, culture and wildlife of India, as well as a selection of novels, magazines, newspapers, audio CDs and board games. Internet access is available via a desktop computer.
The two-storey Boutique offers the region's finest selection of silverware, jewellery, textiles and fashion. A variety of convenience items is also available.
A team of highly-skilled therapists provides a range of healing therapies, as well as more traditional treatments such as facials, massages and scrubs. These are available in the resort's spa treatment rooms or in guest havelis.
The swimming pool is centred within the resort's gardens and measures 33m by 12m. Light meals and snacks are available poolside throughout the day. Beyond the swimming pool is the wading pool measuring 12m by 12m. Both pools remain cool throughout the summer and are heated during the colder months.
Amanbagh is located at the head of a gorge which opens into a large valley. Flooded during the monsoon season, it becomes a lake which gradually recedes throughout the year until the monsoon rains return. Surrounding the valley and providing a catchment for the rain are rocky hills and knolls that support sporadic and hardy vegetation. The desolate hills make for an interesting visual contrast to the plains below.
New Delhi, with its broad boulevards and tree-lined avenues, is the primary gateway to Amanresorts' stays in northern India. The international airport is located approximately 35km from the city centre. Car transfers from the Delhi airport to Amanbagh take approximately 4½ hours at a cost of US$350++ per car each way, although it is recommended to break the journey with a few nights at Aman New Delhi which provides the perfect base for exploring India’s vibrant capital city.
The secondary international gateway to Amanbagh is Jaipur, which offers international flights to and from Dubai (the return leg passes via New Delhi) and Bangkok. Jaipur is a ½ hour flight from Delhi. There are approximately six daily flights between Delhi and Jaipur, and Mumbai and Jaipur during high season, operated by Sahara Airlines, Kingfisher Airlines, Jet Airways and Indian Airlines.
Amanbagh provides return car transfers between the resort and Jaipur, two hours drive away, at US$100++ per car each way.
Aman-i-Khás, a luxury tented camp for wildlife safaris set on the outskirts of Ranthambore National Park, is approximately three hours complimentary drive away.