We stayed here for one night in October, and we were satisfied with our room and the service. The outer wall of our room was a giant window overlooking the park, and we slept great because it was very quiet. We went to the bar for a drink before dinner and had to go back to the front desk to ask for service. We enjoyed a quiet time in the bar with a beer, and then went to the restaurant for dinner. I had Lammrücken and my wife ate Wienerschnitzel accompanied by a nice Riesling. The lamb was great, but the breading felt off the schnitzel when you cut it. Normally when you cook a schnitzel, you dredge the veal in flour, then dip it in beaten egg before breading, and the egg makes the breading stick to the schnitzel. Maybe they ran out of eggs? My point is this: I have spent a total of more than two years of my life in Germany over the past 40 years of vacations there, and I have never seen a schnitzel that was not prepared correctly, until then. Breakfast was great, with lots of choices.