Surrounded by mango, jackfruit, avocado, jacaranda, and gulmohar trees, heady shivalinga blossoms at the entrance, this is the most authentic and reasonably priced heritage experience you can have in the heart of this city of steel, glass and concrete. Time has stood still in this stately villa of red cement floors, teakwood beams, and high ceilings, furnished with teak and rosewood antique furniture and beautiful artifacts!!
Rising gracefully above the neighbouring buildings, Villa Pottipati is like a ship anchored deep in the sea amidst bobbing fishing boats. A garden restaurant with sunny-yellow umbrellas and round tables resting on stone-filled ground could easily have you slip into beach wear and jump into the pool, evoking images of the Mediterranean.
Amongst the many styles of architecture of the various Neemrana non-hotel Hotels is the Villa Pottipati – a 19th century garden home that has been lovingly restored.
The red cement floors, teakwood beams, and high ceilings revive an authentic scent of the Indian gentry's lifestyle in colonial India, making it the ideal choice for discerning directors that endeavour to portray authentic period history.
The period rooms dating back to the 19th century – now all air-conditioned, have been refurbished with fine pieces of collector’s art and furniture. Named after traditional South Indian sarees, each room symbolizes the region of the respective saree.
The garden that surrounds the Villa offers opportunities for outdoor shots without any external disturbances and vast opportunities for creative directors who can adapt their locales with an inventive imagination.