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Sujan Sher Bagh

Rajasthan, India

Sher Bagh has been actively involved in the conservation of Ranthambore’s rich ecosystem, protecting the unspoilt landscapes and creating a unique escape in a park famed for its abundant wildlife viewing opportunities – you may even fall asleep to the sound of tigers calling in the distance.

Guests have the choice of 12 hand-stitched, luxurious tents which are air-conditioned and feature embroidered cushions and decor that ties in perfectly with the jungle surroundings. The choice of antique furniture evokes Edward VIII’s 1921 tour of India: the writing tables are teak, and the bathrooms stone. The service is worthy of royalty, and there’s a butler bell by the side of each bed.
 
Two suites are also available, including the Burra Sahib, set in a private clearing behind grass walls. If you’re staying here, you can soak in the sun on your veranda before heading to the private swimming pool, or napping under the neem trees. Visitors who opt for the Pukka Sahib Suite have their own walled garden, a private jacuzzi, and an open air tree shower. Both suites come, naturally, with a private butler.