Six Senses Fort Barwara is not only a resort but an extensive conversion project.
A Rajput-style palace that incorporates 48 luxury suites, two pools, and lush gardens.
It's built around a historic core that occupies about 30 percent of the total area. This part originates from the 14th century and is owned by a Rajasthani royal family.
Like Jaipur forts and palaces, Mughal-Rajput elements are evident here. A few European touches are also noticeable.
True to its name, this spacious suite offers a spectacular view of the Aravalli ranges.
It has an enclosed garden complete with a daybed. Inside, the room is designed in a contemporary style, featuring neutral-toned furniture, and state-of-the-art amenities.
Yet one can easily realize the past regal ambiance through the arch doorway, the frescoes, and the intricate lattice works.
2,800 m² of the former Women’s Palace was transformed into a spa.
It has a delightful courtyard, two temples, and several treatment rooms. Interestingly, the original features of the old palace are still intact.
View of the sacred temple from the Grand Terrace.
Six Senses Fort Barwara Night in a Rajput Palace