Bookmark Resorts, has recently opened its second property, Bookmark Jogi Mahal Resort, in Ranthambore. It is a newly constructed boutique luxury resort spread across a 3.74-acre area.
Speaking about this development, Ashish Vohra, Founder & CEO, Onora Hospitality, said, “Our endeavor through the Bookmark Resorts brand is to offer transformative getaways so that people can move away from the hustle bustle of city life and immerse themselves in the sights and sounds of nature. Our new property in Ranthambore fits this description perfectly. While it is a cosy, luxury base for wildlife enthusiasts who want to explore the National Park, it also offers a holistic wellbeing getaway experience that will make the guests feel good inside out.”
The property boasts of 40 rooms that include 19 luxury Rooms with a heated plunge pool and 21 deluxe rooms without the plunge pool. The rooms are well equipped with plush furnishing and soft lighting. Each room has a private balcony, a sprawling bathroom with an indoor as well as an outdoor open-air shower area and all state-of-the-art amenities. There is also a twin-bedded disabled-friendly room at the Resort. Vohra said, “The entire Resort gives you a sense of opulence and space, right from the massive lobby to the wide corridors to the spacious rooms and bathrooms to the spectacular banquet hall and restaurant as well as the central lawn around which the rooms are located.”
The Resort has a multi-cuisine restaurant, which can seat 80 guests indoor and 40 in the open air. There is an impressive banquet hall spread over 4200 sq.ft. area, which can accommodate a total of 500 guests. The large swimming pool, next to traditional Rajasthani stepwell-style steps, is the perfect location for an afternoon of relaxation. Bookmark Jogi Mahal Resort also features a spa with three treatment rooms, a fitness center, a bar and an amphitheater. “The wellbeing offerings at Bookmark Jogi Mahal Resort include yoga and meditation sessions, an array of spa treatments and a special wellbeing food & beverage menu. We are also planning to offer made-to-order food at the live kitchen in the restaurant to the guests based on their dietary preferences rather than having a buffet system,” Vohra added.