The hotel is not new, it’s in the traditional alpine style, perhaps a little dated in parts, but it is clean, comfortable and warm and suited our purposes. Bathrooms are functional, shower was good. There was no tea or coffee making facility in the rooms but the bar staff supplied a pot of hot water and cups for us to make our own tea, and glasses for water or wine when asked.
You could probably argue a bottle of water and a glass isn’t too much to ask for a 4* hotel, given the dehydrating effects of altitude.
Whatever the hotel doesn’t supply can be purchased in the Spar store below, facing the lake; water, wine, beer, snacks, plasters for blisters, shampoo, conditioner etc. Ski hire is available in the next store.
Breakfast, the buffet has a good selection of delicious fresh pastries, some fruit, meats and cheeses etc.
The dinner menu includes an amazing buffet of fabulous vegetables and salads. It would be nice to have a fixed price for just the buffet rather than the whole dinner menu. It’s €30 for the dinner menu of 4 courses, so €15 for the buffet would be reasonable, even €20 as the soup and fresh fruit were also on the buffet, giving you a decent 3 course supper. The extra two courses and puddings were good but not remarkable.
The location is fantastic.