I've stayed here on business in April 2013.
The location is really bad: no real roads leading here and it's hard to find which way to go, meaning that you can easily have problems approaching the place. You need a car or bus that can handle rough terrain -our first taxi (big Toyota) got stuck on a dirt dune... So be careful, especially on the way back if you have to catch a flight.
The property is big and you can find many different sport activities, this is the good side.
The bad side is that the quality you get depends a lot on where you are staying in the area. The "villas" are OK if you don't need internet at all (no infrastructure) and don't value your privacy (as these are always 2-bedroom apartments that are shared).
Privacy can be generally a bit of an issue, since both the villas and the premium rooms (I haven't seen the others) have many windows where you have to keep the shades on all the time if you want any privacy at all -in which case you just see the dark rooms, there's no middle way...
Also, due to the huge property, from many areas you have to catch a local (internal) "taxi" to get anywhere else. (I may be too spoiled, but these taxis smelled quite bad from the inside, like if the textile seats would never have been cleaned.)
The premium rooms are spacious and nice, other than the privacy issue mentioned. Be aware however (especially foreign travellers) that the water boiler must be switched on by you before taking a shower, otherwise there's no hot water. The switch has GSR written above it (nobody mentioned this from the staff to me or my colleagues, they seem to believe it's obvious...).
The main room (king-size bed and the living room parts separated by a few stairs) looks good, but not much light is available so it's a bit dark. The furnitures seem a bit worn.
The bathroom is big -strangely, this is where your wardrobe can be found. Both a bathtub (with water massage function) and shower can be found (shower is also available in the bathtub). The shower plastic mat looks disgusting, very worn out and dirty. Some parts of the wall are peeling off. There are big windows next to the bathtub, if this is your thing you may enjoy, otherwise keep the shades on. There's also an internal "balcony" (four walls, no ceiling) opens from the toilet that opens from the bathroom. A bit strange setup.
The AC is quite noisy but works well. However, the staff turns it off every time you're not in the room, so it takes a while to have a comfortable temperature again when you're back and turn it on.
The wall socket where you would need to leave your key doesn't do anything, don't bother, everything works without that.
There's a good selection of sport activities, but since I was on a business trip, I didn't experiment too much.
Also, foreign guests beware: if you ask for water, they always give you "filtered" water which is not recommended! Ask for a bottled water AND check if the seal is unbroken! They tried to give to me and my colleagues probably refilled bottles, had to ask for unopened ones, which were somehow a different brand than the ones they "offered" before... This can be a serious problem for foreigners, so be careful.
All in all, I would not recommened this place, there are too many downsides for it to worth it.
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