The hotel is excellently located on a quiet side street, just a couple of minutes walk from the central station. The interior is suitably decorated and makes for a very relaxing environment. The staff are friendly and helpful, although sometimes it does feel as though there isn't anyone around.
The room (Standard Twin) was a descent size. The bathroom needed updating (It feels as though much of Switzerland has been in the midst of a construction hiatus since the 1970s), as a result the shower rains water over most of the bathroom, the toilet flush easily malfunctioned, and the water was very slow to drain away from the sinks.
The most frustrating element of our stay was the unwavering determination of the hotel not to turn the air-conditioning on until June. It was well above 20 degrees everyday and the humidity was also quite high. The result of this was rather uncomfortable sleeping conditions, even with a fan that was procured from the reception. This reminds me very much of the central heating policy in Communist China, by which people living below a certain geographic line are not given access to central heating. Surely, the hotel management can be more flexible than the Chinese Communist Party?