We stayed here for 3 nights. The property is about 2 kms inside the jungle and you can easily spot sambhar, spotted deers, peacocks, bucks from the gate to the property and if luck favours you, you might even chance a tiger enroute. The property was actually a hunting lodge which is now converted to a hotel. Interiors are average. Everything is clean and neat, but nowhere close to luxury. The hotel is architecturally built in such a way that even in peak cold, you will feel reasonably less chilly within the property. The rooms have small windows with views of the jungle/trees. The terrace has brilliant views of the jungle and surrounding. A perfect location for a peaceful evening. The food is average, with non-veg only at night. Go for the property if you want views, and the experience of living in a jungle. Skip if you want luxury and lavish food.
Tip 1: Be careful, about the tax component. It is quite steep (nearly 15%+) and you will know this only at check-out.
Tip 2: Take a walk in the daytime to the gate with your camera.More
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