The hotel is situated just outside the gates of the sanctuary. That's the best thing about it. Beyond it, the place has a small and neat lawn to boast of. Other than that, everything else is quite mediocre.
The food is simple and filling, satisfactory, but nothing to write home about. The service is generally slow and borders on apathetic. The elderly single waiter in the dining room and one or two others seemed to be the few helpful and hospitable members of the staff, the rest were content to chatter amongst themselves.
The rooms were in a state of disrepair, only a single dull light worked in our room, two others were not functional. Plug points were not working. Barely any channels were subscribed to in the TV.
However, the rooms were really cheap and there are not many options available so close to the sanctuary. Considering that one generally wont go to Sariska for a long stay, it makes sense to grin and bear the place, if you dont want to spend too much.
They don't serve alcohol, so get your own.
An evening function was organized by the hotel - some Rajasthani singers and dancers. Helps pass the time, but again nothing exceptional. Other than that there are no avenues of entertainment, so get your own books, games etc.