Being a flagship hotel of ITC, the Grand Bharat makes sure that it stays deeply rooted to India's rich culture and heritage, without adjusting on the luxury parameters set by it. The hotel speaks highly of its 104 suites which with their remarkable architecture and décor never fail to add stars to the hotel's legacy.
Accommodations are divided into two types:
At the ITC Grand Bharat, there are a total of 100 deluxe suites to choose from. These accommodations have been given interiors that put a great show of traditional Indian craftsmanship. Details in the wood work accompanied by use of rich fabric are the highlights of these suites.
The Presidential Villas are the more spacious accommodations at the ITC Grand Bharat. Designed specifically for the elites, these Vilas are themed as per the four popular medieval dynasties of India-Maratha, Chola, Mughal and Maurya.
Continuing the tradition of ITC's Excellency in all aspects, the Grand Bharat scores high in terms of its culinary delights. With a belief of responsible luxury in its heart, the guests are pampered with some of the finest global and Indian cuisines, cooked with the best ingredients. Different eating joints at the Grand Bharat are mentioned as below:
From the holistic Swasthya cuisine, Breakfasts of the World, Best of Pavilion to Modern Indian Mosaics, guests at the Aravali Pavilion have the luxury to gorge on any. Most of these mouth-watering cuisines are a blend of Indian and global flavors.
Strictly dedicated to India's colonial past, offerings at the India Room includes delectable foreign cuisines. From the ancient Greeks, Dutch, French, Portuguese and British, the restaurant has flavors of all of them.
The Verandah is much more subtle and laidback, which makes it a perfect location to wind up in the evening. Drinks and beverages along with sandwiches and steak wraps are the specialties of this joint.
The poolside marquee lounge of the ITC Grand Bharat, Apas Promenade serves yummy breakfasts in the morning and local Mewati barbeques in the evening.
Peacock bar is a gentleman's stoppage. Decorated in the theme of India's national bird, Peacock, the bar serves world renowned classic cocktails and spirits. Mature malts, champagnes and wines are its specialty.
ITC Grand Bharat offers a plethora of leisure and recreational activities to its guests. As the property is also famous as a golf resort, you can flaunt your lucky golf clubs at the signature Gold course. Being close to the Aravali hills, you can always choose to head for some adventure.
The facility offers opportunities to indulge in adventure sports like hiking, nature walks, rappelling, mountain biking/cycling, rock climbing and zorbing. Besides nature expeditions and family picnics are also amongst the prime leisure activities to indulge in. The Aravali region is a hot spot for various species of migratory birds. Thus, bird watching too is on the cards.
The Grand Bharat breathes in the essence of India. Guests can witness this fondness, when they would be offered a wide range of holistic and healthcare services. These are not simple massage services, but holistic retreats fused in traditional Indian therapies of Ayurveda. Divided into different therapeutic and aromatic massages, these are known to rejuvenate the body, spirit and mind.
A haven for holistic wellbeing, the Kaya Kalp is a globally renowned Indian spa therapy. At the ITC Grand Bharat, it has nine therapy rooms, especially dedicated to it.
The concept of Swasthya cuisine also finds a great mention in the hospitality of the ITC Grand Bharat. Carefully combining some of the best global flavors with these special type of holistic cuisines becomes the order of the day here.
The property has a fully functional, state-of-the art fitness center. Along with the basic fitness routine, guests can also practice Yoga under the supervision of qualified instructors.
Strictly dedicated to the ancient science of yoga and meditation, the Yoga pavilion offers new opportunities to stay fit and healthy. Naturopathy and Ayurvedic therapies also become part of the regime at the later stages.