By Indian standards of a two or three start hotel, this is pretty normal. The staff however, is very helpful. They have a lovely garden outside to sit and relax and average kitchen. But some India tea and a good sitting outside make for a restful time--depending on the book. Try to get a room upstairs with a balcony. I was on the main floor with a balcony which was nice, except I was right near the massage room and it seemed to be the congregating area for the staff. Little noisy. There is a great restaurant right across the street and make sure you order the aubergine and garlic dish. Great food and very reasonable. Temples are absolutely fascinating, but major hassling by tuk-tuk drivers and merchants.