the premise, which stocks up all kinds of quick food and ready to make options for guests who have opted to cook within their own space.
The space is definitely a treat for members who have children as there are plethora of activities to choose from. From indoor sports and creative activities to that of soft adventure, the club has a list for children to explore and experience. From swimming in the pool to playing a game of cricket on its lawns, from enjoying pottery making to witnessing some Rajasthani art and cultural performances in the evening, there are all these and more for the live-in guests. For spa lovers, the Svaastha spa, can help you relax your tired feet after walking around the visually appealing Kumbhalgarh fort, the walls of which is claimed to be the second longest continuous wall after the Great Wall of China. As a suggestion do not miss out on the dramatic light and sound show at the fort during dusk and after. Come back for a moonlit dinner at the open air dinning venue called the Gazebo. If you are lucky you will experience surreal view of the moonrise from there. I did get to see that breathtaking sight unfold. Match that up with some `Ker Sangri' and other local cuisine offerings and the experience gets all the more memorable. Another interesting detour from property is the Ranakpur Jain Temple. It is worth taking the spiral drive down the mountain to view the architectural splendour of the temple in white marble.
There is no double that Club Mahindra is scripting its own story in the time share space and is confident of opening up more hospitality offerings in the future, giving the time share business increased recognition in India.