Built on the banks of a seasonal river, Mana @ Ranakpur spreads over 3.5 acres and features 40 rooms and 9 cottages. Each cottage has its own private courtyard, making them ideal for families and those searching for privacy. The infinity pool and spa make Mana @ Ranakpur the perfect escape from tedious city life. There is plenty of entertainment for children with sports facilities like badminton, tennis, basketball, water sports as well as video games and a movie library.
The hotel is a funky mix of glass, stone, steel and concrete that will provide a fantastic experience that unites the traditional with modern, local with foreign and rural with urban.
The multi-cuisine restaurant with live cooking counters and private dining areas will serve Continental, Punjabi, Chinese, South Indian, Rajasthani as well as Gujarati cuisine. There is also much variety in terms of dining experience as food will be served not only within the restaurant but also by the pool, under the badd tree and on the terrace. There is also a 200 cover banquet hall.
For the business client, there is a 75 cover dedicated conference centre with state of the art acoustic and visual systems. The various indoor and outdoor areas can be used for team building and creative brain storming sessions.
Mana Hotels has opened its booking channels through its website (www.manahotels.in), online magazine titled Traveller by Mana Hotels (www.manahotels.in/traveller) as well as through their corporate office in New Delhi.
To quote the CEO of the company, Rohan Rajgarhia, “The official launch date for Mana Hotels, Ranakpur is 6th November 2011. From this date, we will be selling our rooms. Interested persons are requested to get in touch with us via phone or email for advance bookings. Prior to the launch date, we will be doing a soft opening by the 1st of September. For the one month before the actual launch, we will be testing all the systems & processes to ensure a comfortable stay for our guests.”
Ranakpur in Pali district, Rajasthan is an ideal destination for a quiet weekend in small town Rajasthan or for a religious pilgrimage to many a famous as well as forgotten Jain and Hindu temples. It is a comfortable road trip from Ahmedabad and only two hours from Udaipur.