Our Story

We wish for you to share in some of our Grace, so you too can find it – Joy infused and Divinely inspired – in your own Life.

1919
Origins

Originally known as Morgado, meaning “dear”, Amrapali • House of Grace was built a century ago by Casimiro Honorato de Siqueira Nazare for his wife Maria Gracias and their five children. In this home the family lived and loved for many years.

Transformation
2014

In 2014 the restoration of Amrapali began with the vision for it to be a space where one returns to their innate peaceful and joyful nature. The original structure was respected and recreated wherever possible. Local artisans were engaged and encouraged to custom make every detail seen in this exquisite home.

2019
Present

Amrapali • House of Grace is an independent-minded, boutique hotel with a high level of personalised service. At Amrapali we value tradition and culture, while supporting identity. We want you to be nourished by that which brings you to life and increases your energy and vitality. Come relax in the curated experience that is Amrapali.

Simran Kaur (the dreamer)

Alex Von Moltke (the architect)

Abbas Sheikh (the foundation)