This was a one-night stopover for us and it is perfect for that. After a long drive, the welcome was warm and helpful, and check-in very straightforward. There is secure (payable) underground parking if needed, and free open parking too. We had booked a superior room based on hotel photos and description but the room we were given was a dark, attic-room with a window too high to be of any use (or even see out of!). We complained to reception who, because the hotel was near-empty, gave us a much better room with French windows opening on to a stunning view so....be careful with your room selection (see notes). Otherwise, the room was excellent. very large, good quality fittings, double sinks in the bathroom, marble worktops etc. The bed was one of the most-comfortable I've experienced anywhere, with top quality bedding and duvets. The air-con/heating was very efficient. Perfect for the cold semi-alpine climate. Dinner was simple but very tasty (the hotel is quite isolated so eating in is the only real practical option) and breakfast was equally-good. Staff throughout were helpful and friendly. The overall ambience was wonderfully tranquil with the stunning scenery to complement it. There is a golf course 'on site' but this is not owned/operated by the hotel. It looks like it would be fun to play, if not 'top' quality but.....not at the quoted €60 per round...definitely too much, even to enjoy those views. Downsides here? Only two (or three, depending on your preferences). Firstly the Wi-Fi is very poor everywhere. Secondly, the (very nice) spa costs €19 per person which is way too much. Unsurprisingly, it was empty for the duration of our stay. Either include it in the room cost or at least make it 'affordable' if you only want an hour or two to relax etc. The third 'negative' (but a positive in my view) is the location. It is isolated which may not suit everyone but this brings a tranquillity that is hard to find and is perfect for a relaxing stopover.