Nestled in the lap of the Sahyadri Range in the Western Ghats – a UNESCO World Heritage site and among the world’s top 8 hotspots of biological diversity Shillim Estate is barley a two-hour drive from Mumbai. The estate overlooks the placid and serene Pawana Lake. With lush rice fields, the fertile valley, breathtaking forests, clean and crisp air, the elements in which to integrate mind, body and spirit. The Powerful landscape, which includes mountain forested ridges, butte and open grasslands, enjoys views of Tungi and Tikona forts among hills of the Sahyadri with their unique striking forms.
Designed for healing and absolute wellness, this all-villa retreat is a sanctuary for the body, mind and spirit. Explore the 320-acres of unspoiled sylvan settings that complements the organic, local cuisine, yoga, meditation, individualized spa treatments, Shillim Institute courses, local activities and excursions. Renew your connection to yourself and nature at Hilton Shillim Estate Retreat & Spa.
This Indian Eco-wellness retreat integrates the ancient philosophic, spiritual and artistic wisdom of South Asia with modern international practices. Experienced therapists will help you choose from more than 80 treatments and holistic spa programs. Share a table and the view at the seven enticing restaurants and bars enjoying locally sourced ingredients and gourmet cuisine. Engage all of your senses through activities such as aqua aerobics and swimming exercise. Explore the area on a bike or a horse, watching birds or simply trekking through the forest. You’ll also find classes in Pilates, star gazing, pottery, painting and cooking.
In 2017, the Hilton Shillim Estate Retreat & Spa were awarded Best Destination Spa in Geo asiaSpa Awards India, Best Luxury Spa in India at World Luxury awards and Asia’s Best Sensuous Hotel Spa in Haute Grandeur Global Hotel Awards 2016.
Only a 1.5-hour drive from Pune and just under a 3-hour drive from Mumbai, the hotel is nestled in the Sahyadri mountain range, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the world's eight hotspots of biological diversity.