The Roseate is an urbane refuge that will transport you to a world less travelled. With eight acres of landscaped greenery interspersed with shimmering water bodies that echo the sounds of silence, it’s hard to believe that you are almost on the National Highway and not in a tropical garden. You can feel yourself hitting Zen mode in no time, here.
What’s a reboot without art to arouse and engage? Architecturally inspired by the five basic elements - the resort represents true design harmony. Gigantic columned verandas, 20 feet plus doors, and inventive play of a recurring flower motif are some of the elements that strike a pose in all their glory as you soak in the fluid indoor meets outdoor vibe of the property. The aesthetic story gets a further touch of drama with elements like a ficus wall element designed with 6,50,000 metal leaves, the spectacular sun-inspired dial that records all visitors as they enter, and the stately Isfahan pillars that bear testimony to the understated grandeur of the place.
The design narrative extends into the living spaces - open, spacious, and indulgent dens that encapsulate the utopian aura of your surroundings.
You can savour organic homegrown produce at Kiyan, the all-day diner that offers world cuisine with European bias, and serves up a stellar Grilled King Prawn, a zesty Pomelo Salad, and comforting Polenta Cakes.
For an unmatched Oriental ride, step into the elegant Chi Ni and allow much-acclaimed Chef Ban to regale you with his wondrous creations. We can still taste the Miso Soup nuanced with slivers of ginger, a delicate dish of Steamed Lobster, perfectly plump and pungent Wasabi Prawns, Bean Curd tossed with Enoki and Shitake Mushrooms, and a Splendid Yoghurt that married sweet with sour for a delicious effect.
Tariff: Starting at INR 6,988 per night