The good stuff first : The rooms are in immaculate condition - this is a new property. The not-so-good stuff : Location : The hotel is virtually in the middle of nowhere. Most autorickshaws we took were totally unaware of the hotel. The approach from the main road (perhaps about a kilometer or so) is pitch dark after sunset, and I wouldnt walk there in the dark. Due to the remoteness, there are no autorickshaws available at short notice - things have to be planned well in advance. Also, be prepared to be fleeced by autos and taxis alike. Amenities : This turned out to be somewhat disappointing. At booking time, I was given to understand that WiFi was available in all rooms. Turned out that it was available only in the lobby and few rooms adjoining. The more problematic issue was hot water - which was luke warm at best. The hotel staff came when we complained, armed with a thermometer - which read 43C. Now, it is your call if this qualifies as ``hot". Restaurant : Service was quick. The food was too greasy for my liking, but tasty. The prices were on the high side - expect to spend about Rs.800 for two people : I was told this is pretty much the norm in the touristy areas of Agra. Finally, the hotel did not accept credit cards(!) - and since it is located in the middle of nowhere, no ATMs nearby. I had a tough time finding an ATM that actually worked. I never got a receipt for my payment either, inspite of asking. The front lobby was prompt, but seemed totally inexperienced and unprofessional, perhaps due to the fact that this is a new property. Dont bother asking the front lobby for help with respect to sightseeing - google taxi and/or tourist services - I found that they had better deals than the ones recommended by the folks in the lobby. All said, I think I could have done better. The prime disadvantage is location. The room, though, looks great.