Given this hotel is in a small town I guess there are limitations. There were several tour groups staying there and I think that is who they mainly cater to. Rooms are old fashioned although they were clean. Ours looked out onto a grassy area, some look out onto the river. Our room was on the ground floor. It was hot and had the afternoon sun on the glass but we were able to open the window. Still very hot to sleep at night when the curtains were drawn.
The dinner and breakfast were automated, with people being seated in shifts. Food was limited in choice. The only desert was a huge bowl of chocolate mousse. breakfast was better than dinner for choice.
One great thing about the hotel was the free bikes. They did not have gears and had back pedal brakes but they were easy to ride and the town is flat so it was a great way to look around after dinner.
There was a swimming pool and the saunas were operational.More