Rooms- though the rooms are spacious but they are at best functional. The interiors of our room was alone a work of art with patches of black on brightly painted walls. The wooden plank was conspicuously visible under the dunlop. The bathrooms shower was so intense and and funnily tilted that one could easily take a shower inside the room. We in fact got it readjusted.
Food- well. That was a saving grace. Breakfast spread was elaborate and delectable. Even other major meals were sumptuous.the staff were gracious and accommodating and was helpful through out our stay.
Location- pretty far from the market or for that matter any form of habitation except a hotel nearby.for people yearning for solitude and peace wont be disappointed. But there is a catch. If one wants to the beach which is right across and can be seen from the resort, sterlings boat is required which charges rs 50 per person since the make shift bridge linking the resort to the beach is broken.so the beach is accessible only from 7 am to 7pm.
Oh yes one major draw for weary souls is that brahmakumari centre is near by which actually teaches you how to live life life to the fullest and fine tune your reception towards gods vibrations.