We stayed at this hotel for four nights. Our ground floor room faced the entrance to the hotel and the huge window meant anyone entering the hotel could easily see our ENTIRE room. Not wanted to keep the curtains closed the entire day, we asked for a new room and were told 'maybe' we could change the following day. The following day we were told the hotel was fully booked, but we later saw empty rooms. The odd thing was that some friends were staying on a higher floor and had frosted glass windows, so not sure why our windows weren't frosted. Our shower door was hard to close, which caused leaking every time we showered and our toilet sprayer would slowly leak, meaning the bathroom was a watery mess most of the time. I was also surprised, given the price we paid for the hotel, that rooms weren't cleared every day.
We also had run ins with staff. After my first breakfast, I had to give my room number but had forgotten it. I offered to quickly run upstairs to check the room number or to leave a note providing my full name so the hotel manager could just cross-reference with my reservation, but kitchen staff got really flustered made a huge deal about this.
There was also a bellboy who kept on coming to my room to try to refill the mini-bar, even after I repeatedly told him we didn't want it refilled. He actually tried to come into the room while I was fully naked and yelling 'Don't come in!' - luckily the door was locked. Granted his English wasn't great, but in a hotel full of Westerners, I would hope that staff would be trained not to go into rooms unless let in.
Staff also went out of their way to make tips, insisting on helping where their help wasn't needed and then demanding tips. This is not something we experienced in the 12 other hotels we stayed at in India.
Overall, I think the hotel has potential to be great, but I expected more for the price.