Aaram Baagh – Sanchi is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Sanchi, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a desk, bringing comfort and convenience to your visit.
The hotel features room service. Plus, Aaram Baagh – Sanchi offers an on-site restaurant, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Should time allow, Sanchi Stupas is a popular architectural building that is relatively easy to get to.
Enjoy your stay in Sanchi!
The place is a small palace and has an old world charm. If u want peace and quiet,this isthe place to be. The food is superb. Staff, very attentive. The ambience is very nice. There are several locations one can walk nearby. The Satdhara stupas are just about 2.5 kms away.
Aaram bagh's location is spectacular. It is situated at a very tranquil location, and Sanchi is easily accessible. The Satdhara stupa's are also very close by (long and beautiful walk actually), and is not be missed. The rooms and the hotel have a lot of character. Food was spicy, though, and could have been better.
Amazing stay.. The staff is so humble, the hospitality is perfect, We enjoyed our stay. Its a perfect hotel to stay near Bhopal. The hotel is so safe to stay they have all the precautions for the covid-19 virus .. Food also very testy. Recommended !
We had a great time at Aaram Baagh Sanchi hotel during our 2 day stay. Thanks a ton to everyone there. Friendly staff, Clean and neat hotel and rooms. A beautiful property in Sanchi. Best for Bhopal and Indore Travellers.
Waw, Amazing heritage property and wonderful hospitality around Bhopal in Sanchi. I recommend must visit to this property, i m planning to visit again in December 2020. Rooms are big and unique. The building is charming with a lovely garden for coffee or drinks. This is a must stay hotel. The staff was friendly and attentive.
I stayed in Aaram Baagh Sanchi Hotel with my family. The breakfast served was very nice and tasty. Front office staff Vikram Singh very polite and helpful. The rooms are very big, the beds are pretty comfortable. This is heritage hotel in Sanchi. There is big garden. Best hotel for relax.
Stopped for a Pre-ordered lunch for a group. Very average food in a out of way place. The service was slow and food bowls were not filled up in time. Toilet was an issue as we were a group of 50. Cannot call it a palace, it’s just a big house built in the past.
We got exactly what we wanted. A great hotel close to Sanchi and surrounding stupas and somewhere we could completely relax. This ex Hunting lodge is a true Heritage Gem. We paid for the main bedrooms at the front on the property and they were absolutely great, huge with good facilities. The service of the small workforce was just great. Always on standby with plenty of advice about places to visit. The property sits in beautiful countryside with great views of the sunset. The lawns give you a great place to have fun with a young family. Sanchi is about 20-30mins away and other amazing stupas are just 2-3km away. The whole setting is so relaxing. Bedding comfortable and hot water on tap. Rooms with very effective ac. Meals were plentiful with good spice choices with main dishes. WiFi and TV is coming soon..... but honestly it would only detract from the serene atmosphere. We hope we find time to return one day. …
Charming former Raj era hunting lodge with plentiful character features and a nice lawn garden. Food was very good and service even better. However, the place feels a little neglected. The private plunge pools attached to the large suites are empty and presumably not functioning. No WiFi/TV. It’s about a half hour by tuk tuk to Sanchi village but given the awful standard of the handful of hotels there (the MPTC tourist bungalows place is dire) you are better paying the extra for a comfortable night in this historic find.
The address gives a hint of the hotel's situation, that is, near other places but not that close! It is isolated, allegedly starting off as a hunting lodge, and at times, you drive through a river to reach it, but it is well worth it. Wonderful staff and some of the best Indian food I have tasted.