Tunwar ji ka Jhalra, Makrana Mohalla, Gulab Sagar, Jodhpur
Located inside the ancient walled city, steps from the Mehrangarh Fort, this was once the home of a Rajput aristocrat. Built in the traditional Haveli style, with multiple stories constructed around a courtyard, the original carved stone panels and antique shrines of the thirty-nine suites and common areas, including a breathtaking pool, were carefully preserved during renovation. The elevated position over Jodhpur lends a panoramic view of both the old and new cities. For a complete reset, the Ila Spa at RAAS Jodhpur is an Ayurveda-centered healing retreat. Try the Ky Nye, a treatment meant to balance the five elements (earth, wind, fire, water, and ether), using five essential oils and a combination of massage and acupressure, while crystals and herbal poultices are placed along your meridian energy lines to ease tension.
19 Ashoka Rd., Connaught Place
For a modern stay in New Delhi, the Eros Hotel takes inspiration from East Asia, with a more minimalist decor (think: cool greys and contemporary Chinese furniture). The 320-room property is also home to several restaurants of varying origins, from the Italian-inspired Grappa to the Chinese-influenced Shang Palace that serves a menu of Sichuan and Cantonese.
Ananda in the Himalayas
The Palace Estate, Narendra Nagar Tehri - Garhwal, Uttarakhand
Eat, pray, and love your way to wellness at this palatial mountain estate in the foothills of the Indian Himalayas. For those curious about yoga, meditation, Vedanta, or Ayurveda, it's a magical wonderland where you can experience a variety of disciplines and learn from a range of philosophies every day.
Vana Malsi Estate
Mussoorie Rd., Dehradun
A short flight from Delhi will take you to Dehradun, India, the home of the recently opened Vana. Inside the 21-acre, rustic chic Malsi Estate, each guest is supported in developing their own wellness experience, incorporating aspects of yoga, sowa rigpa (traditional Tibetan medicine), Ayurveda, spa treatments, and exercise to reach a place of physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual balance. A big part of one's personal program could be simply to relax—if that's the case, definitely muster up the energy to stroll through the forests, gardens, or orchards, as they are gorgeous.