You ask me why you should visit? I ask you why shouldn't you! While on the road to Anant Rasa, you'll experience the forests getting denser and nature getting purer with every kilometre passed. Finally you see a crossroad with a metal sign redirecting you towards the left road that goes up, and that's when you finally know that you're actually very close to an extraordinary stay.
The reception area is gorgeous in itself with a surreal view of the Himalayas all over. It opens up to a sprawling lawn with benches made out of log to admire the breathtaking view till hours at a stretch. There is also a little temple for religious gratification. Once you are allotted one of the rooms, the staff leads you on to a lane on the left of the reception entrance. It's a soil path paved only with square tiles with a lot of exotic flowers greeting you on the sides. It's quite a welcome experience.
The property has only 13 rooms in total, divided into Deluxe and Superior. All the rooms are designed to provide privacy to its guests. They also have high-tech facilities, such as an air conditioner, minibar, private bathroom with a shower and hand-made toiletries, a safety deposit box, bed linen and slippers. I really enjoyed the mammoth windows and big balconies included in every room to get some air right from the comfort of my room.
For some entertainment, we would all head down to the Club House. It has kinds of games to keep us busy during our stay. There was table tennis, carrom, foosball, and a badminton court outside. Once we were done competing against each other, we would either snuggle up on the couches in the gorgeous hall (the first picture of the article) right outside the games rooms or ask for tea and sit in the Club House's balcony to enjoy the view outside.