Devigarh is a luxurious and beautiful monument with rampart of domes, turrets and balconies that has an interior that is gleaming, sleekly minimalist and quite breath-taking. A modern and airy heritage hotel, it is carved from white marble mixed with sweeping sheets of glass that give it a clean, uncluttered aura that is distinct in Rajasthan and also absolutely charming. Devigarh is gateway to a magical vacation.
The walls of Devi Garh sparkle with semi-precious inlaid stones and swathes of bright silk are draped over the windows. The sprawling building is spread over fourteen floors and is an all-suite boutique hotel. Nestling in the Aravali hills and above tint Delwara village, it is situated comfortably close to Jodhpur.
An ayurvedic massage, a splash in the heated green marble pool or supper in the glassed-in pavilion restaurant; these are the little things that make a vacation at Devi Garh truly memorable. Devi Garh was painstakingly restored over a period of ten years. The results are clearly visible in mother-of-pearl headboards over marble-based beds, subtle lighting, decorative details bowls of petals and miniature paintings and other similar delights....
The east-facing suites enjoy floor-to-ceiling mountain views. Some are split level with balconies or Jacuzzis; garden suites have private terraces near the Lotus pool, and all have at least three rooms each. These sophisticated suites have modern amenities like power showers, DVD players and air conditioning. The staff is bewitchingly attentive without being intrusive and is ever-ready with a chilled glass of lime soda and a warm smile.
The white mirrored restaurant in the fort's upper pavilion terrace overlooking the pool and distant hills serves delicious meals. The menus are innovative mix of Asian and Continental. There are also special venues for exclusive dining. The Restro Bar offers a mix of cocktails, music and candle light.
There is a fabulous spa and numerous safaris are available for sightseeing and excursions. Take a yoga class, enjoy a picnic or shop for curios in the village.