We visited the resort for three nights during a longer trip with the company of the owner to the Korowai region in the lowlands, which was a very good overall experience, for which the stay in the resort was a perfect starting phase. The location is great outside the hectic atmosphere in Baliem, which has turned into a city with motocycles etc. You can easily explore the countryside around the hotel by yourself before or after the daily excursions. You'll see plenty of nature and friendly locals, which seem to have good relations with the resort (many work there). The resort as such is full of artefacts from the Asmat region and the bungalows offer all you need (electricity, warm water, comfortable beds, good linen, since it can be cold at night in Baliem, etc.). The road leading to the hotel is in bad shape and takes a while, but the cars are good enough to reach the hotel safely - and the trip is worth is, since I found the surroundings of the hotel as good (if not better) as some of the more traditional trekking destinations in Baliem. We also did a "pig feast" near the hotel, which was an amazing experience and felt very authentic. Highly recommended!
One last remark: We visited during a time of civil unrest in Papua during August and September 2019 and I was quite concerned beforehand. During the transfer to the airport in Jayapura, we saw some buildings, which had been burnt down, but NOT near the resort. To the contrary: Due to its remote location, it felt 100 % safe there. Don't be distracted from visiting the resort if you read about the political disputes surrounding Papua. The resort is not affected!