The rooms are clean and cozy. The single beds are relatively wide, and comfortable. The window looked over the garden, which is big and beautiful.
The one and biggest downside to the hotel was an electric generator that kept turning on and off, even during the night. It was very loud and interrupted the otherwise peaceful atmosphere of the hotel. Light sleepers beware!
The hotel restaurant service and food was pretty good - we discovered the delicious local soup there, called Shooli.
The coffee shop in the back is a nice place to rest in the afternoon, but the service is sub-par and rather expensive.
The hotel is a bit off the beaten track - so you have to take a taxi to and from. But the reception is very professional, and will order a taxi and/or tour guide at your request.More