Of the minuses can only say that the ceilings in the room are quite low and may not be comfortable to people whose height 190+. And there is no safe in the room.
Stayed at this hotel for 2 nights during a trip to southern Germany. The aim was to visit the lake Constance (Bodensee) region. In the end, except Lindau went to St. Gallen, Konstanz, as well as in Liechtenstein (Vaduz, Triesenberg, Malbun).
The hotel was chosen on the recommendation of one person, who wrote an interesting review on one travel site about his journey in the same area. In addition attracted a high rating on the website booking.com through which have booked the room.
The hotel itself is very nice. Located immediately after the dam, which is very convenient. need to cross the bridge, at the roundabout turn left and after 50 meters you will find the hotel. You can stop (after turning) and unload the Luggage. The city center is literally behind the hotel.
The hotel consists of 2 buildings connected by a open corridor. Everything is very authentic. The room was great, I think that the total area of about 45 m2. The room consisted of 2 rooms + bathroom. Bathroom well equipped, all new, large shower cabin. Large TV, good WiFi. Breakfast is not too diverse, but quite enough to eat. From hot dishes only boiled eggs. Meat, cheese, bread, 2 types of juices, fruits, sweets - all tasty and fresh.
From the hotel you can go for 2 parallel streets, which is convenient. Our windows looked out on one of the streets. In principles was quiet enough, but in the morning came the different technical machines and created noise (we did not care, we would get up early). The windows have shutters and blinds, someone wrote that in the morning prevented him to sleep with window light, it's not so. At least in our room.
The service was good, give advice on all questions. At our request, gave us a kettle and tea.
There is an underground parking not far away. But we chose to park the car at the entrance to the dam to an open parking lot. Cost 5 euros for 2 days. Paid in hotels, they were given a card to enter.