Unfortunately, there are no other hotels in this desolate area. Over the course of my 14-day stay, the Hotel lost power more that 50 times per day. This was very annoying to say the least.
The hotel manager was friendly and very helpful. Most of the remaining staff do not understand English.
The rooms do have small refrigerators. The walls have peeling paint and the bathroom was in need of some repairs. Also, there was not any hot water for showers in the morning.
The food with meat at the restaurant was not very good. At different times, I tried dishes having chicken, fish and mutton and none of them tasted good. Also, I saw rats in the early mornings running from the dining room into the kitchen. I would recommend drinking only bottled water and eating the cooked vegetables with garlic bread.