Kipling Lodge, Ranthambore has been named after Rudyard Kipling, the 19th century Nobel Prize winning writer who has been immortalized by his literary works. The most popular of his books, the Jungle Book Series is a unique tribute to Indian wildlife and forests, as well as the innate connection between man and nature.
Set in the lap of nature, surrounded by lush fields and trees, and just a stone’s throw away from Ranthambore National Park, Kipling Lodge reconnects you back to nature and self. Taking a leaf out of Jungle Book and the raw adrenaline of wildlife, Kipling Lodge offers complete comfort of luxury, complemented by an authentic colonial charm.
A trip down the memory lane coupled by perfect luxury.
The first thing you’ll notice about Kipling Lodge is the colonial-inspired décor, making itself obvious in not so many obvious ways.
It gave us great joy to recreate the ambience of an era that is today found only in the pages of yellowed books or crumbling Dak Khanas. The boutique hotel evokes the bygone in its own little ways – in the manicured lawns, or the tastefully done furniture, or the quaint library-bar.
From the moment you step inside Kipling Lodge, all your culinary needs are on the top of our staff’s mind. All your meals are freshly prepared right here in our kitchen and served piping hot in our colonial styled restaurant. Our chef whips up delectable local preparations as well as dishes from across the world.
Our guests seem to unanimously rave about all of them. Of course, if you have certain culinary preferences, they will be attended to.
We are especially proud of our library bar where we stock wines, as well as international and domestic liquor labels.