This is a standard tourist trap in Mongolia. You can opt to stay in the Ger tents or inside in the hotel, or in the villas. I went for the Ger Tents, so that is all I can comment on.
There is a communal shower and toilet for people in the tents, which is private enough, but please remember, it is still a camp ground of sorts.
The tents have several beds, so I expect that when it is a busy season, you could end up sharing the tent with others.
There is not much to say about the tents, except that if you let the fire go out, it is COLD. With the fire on, the tent is perfectly warm.
There is also a small wooden door, which will be knocked on at various moments during the night and very early in the morning by the helper staff who come to stoke the fire and keep you from freezing to death.
They offer a set lunch/breakfast/dinner which you can have. I have a photo of the lunch which was "Buuz". This was pretty much 50% mutton and 50% garlic... bring a tooth brush and tic-tacs.
The place is also owned by a Dutch person which is seen in the dining area. There is a Dutch flag up along with the Mongolian flag and there are several Dutch books and games which you can attempt to read or play.
For what it's worth, I think the place is OK, the beds are not very comfortable as they are simply a mattress on some wooden crates, but what more do you expect? The tents are not very authentic as far as a traditional Ger tent goes, but like I mentioned earlier, it is a tourist trap and is great for the cheesy photos afterward. The views are great and the sky at night is fantastic.
There is no TV in the tent, so bring a book.