The resort was really not open for business. Luckily, staff members were there when we checked in, but were not expecting us. Other than the night watchman, we never saw another employee. On our last night, the gates to the resort were locked and we had to climb through barbed wire and hike down to the main building and find the watchman. He gave us the key and we hiked back up the hill. The front desk was not open the hours advertised. The hot water did not work and we had no one to ask. We called the number listed for the hotel, which is the owner in the United States, because we were concerned about how to check out with no staff. There was no staff for the free breakfast. Although hotels.com says that wifi is in the room, it is not. We had to go to the main building to use it and the lights were usually off.
The resort is about 30 minutes away from the main road with some challenging roads. We think that if the hot water is fixed, the resort would be a nice secluded place to stay in season. The resort has only a few cabins, but it has beautiful landscaping, pools, river, and waterfall.