At Rakkh we believe that quality time spent together is a precious thing. We often lose sight of how vital it is to take time out of our busy lives, to switch off our phones, shut down our laptops, turn off the TV and re-connect with each other and with the natural world. You’ll find no TVs at Rakkh, no mini-bars, no room service. We actively encourage guests to spend meaningful time together as family and friends: to talk, share laugh and play together. Our communal dining concept encourages conversation and kinship with other guests. Share your experiences of the day, embrace sociability and be open to others.
We ask you keep your phones on silent whilst at Rakkh – or even better, switched off! Be mindful of others and take private calls in your room. Engage with your immediate surroundings. Take a breath and a moment to clear your mind of the clutter of everyday life and stay at Rakkh for a stay with a difference.