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IHCL opens Taj Sawai in Ranthambore

The Taj Sawai, Ranthambore, unveiled by the Indian Hotels Company (IHCL), stands as a serene haven on the fringes of Ranthambore National Park, beckoning travellers to immerse themselves in the thrill of tiger safaris. IHCL, with the addition of this retreat, expands its portfolio to encompass 23 hotels, including 8 in progress, across the vibrant landscape of Rajasthan under brands such as Taj, SeleQtions, Vivanta, and Ginger.

The 60 keys hotel in Khilchipur Village, is an indulgent retreat with a colonial design inspired by flora and fauna of the region. A medley of tradition, nature and contemporary aesthetics, the tranquil water bodies enhance the atmosphere. Guests can embark on a culinary journey at the forest themed all-day diner, Machan, a grill and pool bar, Tropics and the rustic Whiskey Lounge. Over 2,500 square feet of banqueting space and an open lawn make for elegant meetings and social gatherings. Inspired by India’s ancient wellness legacy, J Wellness Circle spa including an infinity pool and a fitness centre offers holistic rejuvenation.

Puneet Chhatwal, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, IHCL said, “Present in Rajasthan for over five decades, IHCL has a special relationship with the state. Credited with putting Rajasthan on the global tourism circuit, we continue to expand our footprint in new destinations offering diverse experiences. We are delighted to open Taj Sawai, our second hotel in Ranthambore, one of India’s most renowned National Parks.”

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