India’s First Six Senses Resort Occupies a Transformed 14th-Century Rajasthani Palace
Located a three-hour drive from Jaipur, the lavish 48-suite hotel has been sensitively revived by conservation experts led by a royal heir, Prithviraj Singh
There’s no better place to savor the romantic beauty of Rajasthan than the new Six Senses Fort Barwara, the hospitality brand’s first property in India, which occupies a pair of 14th-century palaces and two temples once owned by a Rajasthani royal family. Located a three-hour drive from Jaipur, the lavish 48-suite hotel has been sensitively transformed by conservation experts led by a royal heir, Prithviraj Singh, along with Espire Group. Guests in need of solace can find respite at the 30,000-square-foot wellness spa stocked with locally sourced essential oils, clays, and specialty ingredients that can be mixed into energy-boosting scrubs. It’s all about turning the ordinary into something extraordinary.
A version of this article first appeared in print in our 2021 Winter Issue under the headline “Extra Sensory.” Subscribe to the magazine.