A Villa for Your Majesty


Robert Powell, the highly acclaimed actor in the movie Jesus of Nazareth, once remarked, With the advent of Twitter and Facebook and other social networking sites, genuine privacy can only be found by renting a private villa for a holiday. Hotels are now out of the question for my wife and I.” We couldn’t agree more.
Let us first situate ourselves in history and time and share a chronological perspective. For centuries, villas have been the enchanting abode of mighty kings, princesses and lords. Subsequently, recessions, depressions and economic downturns inundated the continent of Europe where most of the regal villas are located. Many villas have been turned into vacation rentals but there are notable exceptions.

a table set for two with a view of the lake

The presidential Villa

Karma Lakelands in Gurugram boasts its flagship offering, the Presidential Villa. The first of its kind with a private infinity pool with a lake view, garden space, play room for children, a fun lounge with a pool table and even a sauna in the master bedroom, you can spoil your family and yourself with unparalleled luxury at Karma Lakelands.

Golf Villa 49 by Ama Stays & Trails

Taj Group

Golf Villa 49 at Karma Lakelands has four bedrooms with attached bathrooms accommodating eight guests. The villa features a spacious drawing and dining room area plus a fully equipped kitchenette. This is only a first chapter in the story. There is much more to keep you busy. Long walks within the 235 acre resort, cycling, a contemplative hour by the lake, the Experience Karma golf cart tour which takes you to four forest preserves within the resort, an excursion that goes past several lotus ponds, farm animals gently grazing in protected open areas, rain water harvesting, organic farming-- the list is way too long to replicate here. Villa 49 comes with a dedicated chef trained to serve you with royal style cuisine. Or you can dine at any of the five F&B outlets at the resort and experience the entire gamut from continental to Mughlai to Italian.