90's 5 star luxury. Feels remote.
Its the kind of luxury hotel that I thought had been phased out 20 years ago.
Overly fussy service, pink marble bathrooms, buffet menu from the 20thC.
If you like stuffy luxury, don't want to walk anywhere and have a large family then its fine.
But if you are used to hotels that are more useful (they no little store selling sundries, no ATM or money changing, there are no shops nearby, the spa is small) less formal, and with a wider selection of in-house food then try elsewhere.
Its the kind of place that has cigars on display, but you can't buy them.
I understand that it suits Indian celebs and rich fine, but I will never stay there again. I need less bowing, more edge, and a better location.