Set amidst the ancient Aravalli Range ITC Grand Bharat is a tribute to five thousand years of unbroken civilization. The expansive 1214056 sq.m.retreat expresses inspiration through an architectural blend of ancient, medieval and modern Indian influences. Just a short drive from New Delhi, this mosaic of luxury experiences encompasses 4 Presidential Villas, 100 suites, 27-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course, elaborate culinary experiences, conferencing facilities, 3,251 sq.m. Kaya Kalp – The Royal Spa & a host of recreational facilities. The retreat has earned a status of one of the finest destination wedding venues.

Appreciated by discerning travellers as the perfect retreat from the stresses of modern life, this magnificent retreat celebrates the values of unhurried luxury and the precious moments dedicated to enjoying the finer aspects of life.

It symbolises the concept of ‘Bharatvarsh’, encompasses the essence of India and brings to life myriad facets of the great nation through its architecture, interiors, services, cuisine, decor, and ambience. Echoing ITC Hotels’ ‘Responsible Luxury’ ethos, the ITC Grand Bharat combines grandeur with intimacy to operate the highest principles of environmental stewardship.

Design & Detailing
ITC Grand Bharat is an architectural confluence of some of the finest design styles, motifs and techniques that India has generated. The architectural influences include lesser known yet important gems like the stepped wells of Adalaj, Gujarat, the Orissan Nagara style Mukhteshwara temples, the royal palace of Baroda and the eternal ghats of Varanasi to mention a few.

This uber luxury LEED® Platinum certified retreat operates on the ethos of ‘Responsible Luxury’ – luxury without compromising the earth; featuring sustainable practices embedded in authentic indigenous experiences.

The dining destinations at ITC Grand Bharat encompass the traditional, the modern, the regional and the global – all of them delicious. Created under the strictures of modern day culinary tenants like the slow food movement, locavore and swasthya cuisine, the fare at the retreat promises mindful indulgence.

The retreat houses Kaya Kalp – The Royal Spa showcasing holistic wellness experiences, enabled through a range of natural plant and mineral products, accompanied by personalised consultations, ayurvedic rituals, hamam, yoga, swasthya cuisine and more. ..

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