Amanbagh sits in isolation amidst the arid Aravalli Hills near Alwar in northern India . The region is rich in early Hindu history, dating to the dawn of Hindu civilization; awash with legend, the epic Mahabharata tells of the five Pandavas brothers who spent their last years in exile within a few miles of the Resort, over two millennia ago . The resort comprises a main building that rises over three levels . On the first level is the arrival area that leads to the reception hall and onto a shaded court, bordered on one side by the Dining Room and on the other, by the Lounge . Rising from the reception area is a sweeping staircase that leads to the Library and an outdoor terrace . Two external staircases lead to the Roof Terrace that is elevated above a canopy of trees and provides sweeping views over the surrounding landscape . Beyond the main building is a swimming pool, informal dining area and wading pool, all set within landscaped grounds . There are four categories of accommodation at Amanbagh: Courtyard Haveli Suite, Garden Haveli Suite, Terrace Haveli Suite, Pool Pavilion .
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