District Alwar, Ajabgarh, Rajasthan 301027
Ranked 29 amongst 136 hotels in Alwar
Amanbagh Reviews (4)
What's a palce. super location well maintained room and hotel, hotel locate middle in the mountain ,and near a big dam I suggest any one who come here who:s feeling very haapy after visit this hotel it's also located bhangarh fort aisa's most hunted place
Superb hotel. & superb location. service is also good. near heritage fort. Bhanghar fort. aisa's most hunted place Hotel locate in mountain near a dam. in 1994 movie karan arjun made around it's Also sariska is near. love it. so comfortable
The room was neat and clean and well-maintained. Except the bed covers which were dirty overall it's a reasonably good value for money.Location and services are very good. This is a very good hotel for every person so please visit.The overall experience was good and there was no problem to find the hotel
A five-star property in Alwar, Amanbagh is set at the foothills of the Aravalli mountain range. The hotel depicts the architectural style of the Mughals. The property is just a short drive to the Sariska National Park, which is home to the Bengal tiger.
Amanbagh, Alwar, has 40 suites each of which has a private courtyard. The property is the preferred choice for those who would like to pamper themselves. There is a bathtub in the rooms which is carved from the famous green marble of Udaipur.Guests can enjoy and rejuvenate in the spa and also participate in the daily yoga that is conducted at the property.Book Amanbagh, Alwar online through HolidayIQ for some amazing deals on your stay.
HolidayIQ Traveller Hemant Sharma from Alwar shares, “What a place. Superb location, well maintained room and hotel. Hotel located middle in the mountain and near a big dam. Anyone who comes here will feel very happy after visiting this hotel. Read More
The princely state of Alwar offers an experience of architectural grandeur and heritage hotels. Alwar is close to Sariska tiger reserve which houses many endangered species. “Alwar is located in the lap of Aravali mountains. So these mountains Read More