What: The Indian capital's first serious urban spa beneath the lobby of the slick, ultramodern Aman; there are tennis and squash courts and a 50-meter pool. Treatments draw on ancient Ayurvedic traditions of using locally sourced natural products.
The look: Spare to the point of stark, with unpolished metal, cream marble, and Mogul-style filigree screens.
Who goes: The Amanjunkie set and young Delhi divas who have ditched spa classics like The Imperial and the Taj Mahal.
The treatment: The 90-minute signature Khidmat body massage is invigorating and deeply healing. If you like strong pressure, request tireless therapist Tshering Lahmu, who adds Reiki and acupressure.
P.S.: Richard Rosen, the spa trainer, will design an uplifting exercise program for your stay (massages, $150).