India Accommodation,
Northern India

Tree of Life Resort & Spa


The Tree of Life Resort & Spa Jaipur is one of the best boutique resorts in Jaipur, providing hard to find solace in India. Nestled among the undulating centuries old Aravali Hills, they offer relaxation coupled with style, beauty and unmatched service. The luxury resort features 13 villas set around 7 serene acres of land. And all of this, just a convenient 30-minute drive from the bustling city.

Built using local architectural style and design – with extensive use of sandstone and lime reflecting Rajasthan’s long architectural history – your luxury Villa will transport you through centuries of tradition laced with a modern touch. Each of our Villas, which are at different levels, are named after an Indian tree and the vibrant interiors are in the colour of the flower of that tree. Natural stone has been used extensively on the floor and ceiling. Large windows allow for abundant natural light and a beautiful view of the surrounding hills. Villas are available either in one or two bedroom configurations, with the choice of garden view or private pools.

Dining at the resort is made to be an individual experience, with the chefs happy to put together local or international dishes to sit your tastes. The Ashtam restaurant is the usual dining area, although location dining can be arranged anywhere in the resort – whether that be by the poolside, in the gardens or on your villa’s veranda. The Eternal Garden is an organic farm garden, run by local farmer, as part of the organic foods initiative. Guests are encouraged to explore the garden with the chef, choosing the produce they would like and curating their own dishes. Indian cooking classes are also available.


Meditation area, temple, infinity pool, steam room, sauna, spa and gym. Villas include living rooms, large closet space, ensuite bathrooms, outdoor showers, sunken bath tubs and couples spa areas. Standard amenities and toiletries are also provided.

Optional Activities

Explore the surrounding area on foot, bicycle or even elephant. Visit the elephant village to wash, feed and interact with their 100 residents. Explore Jaipur, or spend time with a local family at their home. Visit the nearby school and teach the children a subject of your expertise, or experience the life of an Indian farmer on a trip to a local farm. On site, indulge in a spa treatment or yoga session, visit the gym or take a lesson in Indian cuisine.

Jonathan Morris

Area Specialist

If you have any questions regarding our India tours, please feel free to contact me on +44 (0)1803 866965

Really nice villa. Food was outstanding and generally a lovely peaceful atmosphere.

Mr J H - Kent