The same sounded promising...Tiger Hills Resort & Spa. Do not go by the name. It is nothing like a resort. When I called to make a reservation, I was told that rooms are at full capacity so they'll confirm my booking the next day. But, within 5 minutes they confirmed the rooms. When we went there, we realized we were the only other guests staying there.
Firstly, it is located on the highway so you have incessant traffic noise all day and night. This positioning is to make it more accessible for travelers to buy their wines, but a better option would have been to have the resort someplace else and have an outlet on the main road!
Secondly, the rooms were dirty. There were meal plates left outside the rooms even though we checked in late in the evening (so they can't complain they didn't have time to clean up). The porch lights were not working, making it difficult to put the key in the lock at evening. The floors and sheets were soiled, there were no bath towels in the bathroom, and there were, what looked like bedbugs on the bed. We even spotted a rat outside.
They have absolutely no view to speak of...only a small patch of lawn in a state of disrepair.Their pool table at the entrance has been broken for ages and not repaired (why keep a broken piece of furniture at the entrance is beyond me!).
The only saving grace was the food and wine. We had the tandoori items and sampled 2-3 wines. If you are expecting the staff to recommend wine according to your food order, don't. They can only recommend popular wines 'that go with everything'.
The price is totally unreasonable for a room here...Rs3500/night. For Rs4500 you can stay at the Taj nearby. Or if you are looking for something cheaper, there are other options available in the city. You can visit this place for dinner/wine.
Sula will be opening its resort this year at it's vineyard, just about 20km from the main highway, making it a preferred place to stay at.