Indian therapies and massages at the sprawling spa
The resort can arrange adventure sports, including ziplining, archery and wall climbing
What To Know
A 90-minute drive from New Delhi and about an hour from Gurgaon
Opened November 2014
Huge outdoor pool
Free WiFi for up to two devices
Parking on site
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Serene 20-acre retreat with contemporary interiors, a holistic spa and easy access to Damdama Lake and Sohna's hot springs
About a 90-minute drive from New Delhi, this restful retreat is a popular weekend escape thanks to its stellar amenities and proximity to Damdama Lake for boating and adventure sports. Set on 20 leafy acres, the hotel features bold, contemporary artwork, midcentury-style furniture and gigantic floor-to-ceiling windows. The 78 rooms and suites are done in a soothing green and taupe color scheme, with polished woods and black lacquered furniture, and all feature generous private decks or balconies. The contemporary bathrooms come with egg-shaped washbasins, gray slate walls and glass cubicle rain showers. Enjoy sweeping garden views and an international menu at Buzz, or dine on modern Chinese fare in Sian's intimate, softly lit dining room. Try a relaxing ayurvedic massage at the state-of-the-art spa or relax with a glass of bubbly at the space age cocktail lounge, Swirl.
In the Area
Damdama Lake is a playground for Delhi's jet set. Weekenders chase adrenaline highs with adventure sports like parasailing, bungee jumping and hot air ballooning; or you can simply bask in the sun on the lake’s grassy banks. For a health boost, ask your concierge about planning a trip to the natural hot springs in the nearby town of Sohna. The sulphurous waters are said to have mystical and medicinal qualities, especially during a solar or lunar eclipse. There are loads of shopping options nearby, too; for high-quality saris, carpets and baskets, make a beeline for Surajkund Crafts Mela. Some of the region’s finest craftsmen come here to sell their wares.