Location was within walking distance to the town center and lots of shops and restaurants.
My family are all skiers and coming back here for a ski holiday sounds great. I just would not stay in this hotel if we did...
First, the hotel is a PAIN to find. The name on the side of the property is different from the booking name and the streets are very twisty, so it took us a bit to find, even with our nag system.
When we went to check in, they wanted to charge us to let our 6 year olds sleep on the couch. I find this insulting. When I told him I had made the reservation and noted the children when booking, he got belligerent with me, saying "so you blame Booking.com or me? Who do you blame?" We spent 260E for two nights stay. Reasonable would have been to say, hey, you are not requiring extra cots so don't worry about it, welcome! That was NOT the attitude of the staff here. They were there to milk money out of tourists, period. They wanted to charge me an additional 25E per kid. Plus breakfast was an add on charge, plus internet access. You get the drift.
Kids Play Room: they have a nice photo of a play room on their website, that is only open from 10-6 PM weekdays... So unless you plan to just hang around the hotel playing foosball and goofing in the ball pool, forget about that aspect of the hotel. I want to have my kids play in the rec room in the evening when my wife and I are tired from the day, to have it close just when most parents would be wanting access was just plain stupid.
Parking: they do not have ANY on-site parking. The parking they do have is PUBLIC parking controlled by the city. And you can not park there during the day, you know, the times when the play room is open. So, if you get sick on your trip, forget about staying here because the city will tow your car while you are resting in your room during the day. I suppose you could try to move your car every couple hours, but really...
Facility: minimal. I felt like we were staying in a hostel. OK, that might be a bit of an exaggeration, but only a bit. Breakfast was a joke (there are good bakeries and restaurants all around, so skip their breakfast).