Hotel is about 1.5 kms from Lonavala station, not all auto rikshaw drivers know where exactly it is located. You must know some landmark nearby in order to get there, like Raheja House next to it. The resort is in the midst of shady trees and a garden, which wore a pathetic look due to heavy rain during the time i visited lonavala. Not that good parking facility. Talking about the rooms, they are spacious, quite big, but with minimum furniture and almost no interior, so it appears to be quite boring. The sound echos a lot, so you are left with least privacy. Door can be knocked anytime for any reason. In our case some maintenance work was being done, which i think should have been done prior to our visit. This was embarrassing.There is nothing like room service. I had to ask to front desk for a drinking water, which i never got, thanks that i carried one. If you need to go for a lunch, you need to travel out to the market place, and auto rickshaw drivers are there to ask for anything between 80-120 bucks for 1-2 kms, that too if you get it outside the resort. For dinner you are left with no options nearby. Overall, its not a good bet, when you have loads of other good options in hand. i will rate it as 4 on a scale of 10.