Very nice, modern rooms at an affordable price. The hotel is located close to the station, thus an ideal basis for exploring the region.
Attached to the hotel is a gourmet restaurant, thus (or maybe of that) staff in general seems to be pretty stiff or even arrogant, when it comes to special requests. Guess a stay would be more smooth if you speak the local language, but then again I'd expect English should be understood at such a place.
As for the rooms: Airconditioned, no minibar, but water is provided free of charge. If you are on the first floor, it tends to be noisy because of the brasserie a floor below - avoid if you have a light sleep and want to go to bed before 1 a.m.
If you want a Digestif after the brasserie has closed (11 p.m.) you can have so at the salon of the gourmet restaurant; but be prepared to pay accordingly: 7.- for coffee and 25.- upwards for any spirits.
Breakfast is served to the table, there is no buffet, which somewhat limits the choice if you prefer something else than the traditional Swiss one.
- Free Wifi