The resort is 9 kms from the Ramnagar railway station and 6 km
from the bus stand. The Dhikala gate of the Tiger Reserve is
12-14 kms away and the Bijrani gate is 7 kms away.
A wide boulevard of trees leads you to a spacious porch painted
in muted shades of coffee and cream. Funky, asymmetrical bamboo
frames stand out against white walls and maroon, gabled roofs.
Beyond, you can see dense greenery, stone structures and a wood
machan. In a nutshell, even before you set foot inside Infinity
Resorts, you are taken.
lobby has wood panelled flooring and carved, cushioned chairs.
An elephant stands guard nearby, ready to take the guests on a
safari. The resort is populated by groves of mango trees and
crisscrossed by artificial waterways. Birds chirp here, the
water gurgles and the plants have their names written on wooden
The resort has 32 air conditioned rooms categorised into Luxury
and Deluxe rooms. The Luxury rooms are done up beautifully in
contrasting shades of mud and ochre with jute chiks adorning the
windows. A wide attached balcony looks over to the pool and
beyond it, the river valley. There are comfortable couches in
the room. Amenities include tea/coffee maker, telephone, a
quaint writing desk made of dark wood and room heater. There is
round the clock room service.
en suite washroom has a glass partitioned shower area,
geyser and fresh towels. Bath amenities include talc,
moisturiser, soap, shampoo and shower cap. The Deluxe rooms have
the same amenities,
they are only smaller and there is no glass partition in the
The resort's multi cuisine restaurant, Gol Ghar, is round in
shape, made of wood and stone. The high ceiling has wooden beams
that crosscut each other and give way to a skylight. The seating
arrangement is also positioned around the centre, asymmetrical
couches that through the circumference. A little alcove in a
corner has more couches, shelves of books and wildlife anecdotes
on the walls.
Gol Ghar leads you to the deck, the outside seating jetty which
overlooks the vista of the mountains and the river valley. The
adjoining bar serves a variety of
Services & Facilities
With its Safari Desk managed by a team of naturalists, the hotel
can make arrangements for your jungle safari. This is also the
only property in the region to have a full fledged medical
centre with a resident doctor and an ambulance. The peanut
shaped 'Mahaseer' swimming pool is a delight to splash in, as it
gives you an uninterrupted view of the river valley, the
mountain sloping down where the pool ends.
resort's activity centre has games such as bridge, cards, chess,
table tennis, carom, darts and a jungle gym for children. The
wildlife library in the 'Gol Ghar' restaurant is well stocked
and the resort also arranges slide shows, wildlife films and
cultural programmes in the restaurant. Other outdoor activities
on offer include
river jumping, grappling, angling and river rafting. The garden
has swings for children.
The conference hall can accommodate 100 guests in theatre style
and 80 guests in U-shape. The restaurant has a capacity of
250-300 guests. Other facilities include car parking, laundry
services and car rental. .