We stayed in a junior suite located on the top floor which offered a unique view of the cafes below through the two picturesque double dormer windows. The room was charming with dark sloping timbers on the ceiling and stone walls and it was large enough so that we felt relaxed and the bed was quite comfortable. Another plus is that there were at least 7 or 8 English speaking television programs available which were by far the most that we have had in any of the other five hotels that we stayed in during this trip. The only negative aspect of the room was the bathing facility which consisted of a relatively large free-form bathtub that was located against one of the walls in the room. The tub had a hand-held showerhead to enable you to take a shower but there was no backsplash or shower curtain on three sides of the tub to prevent water from spraying everywhere. This situation required that you kneel in the tub while manipulating the showerhead around your body to prevent water from spraying the area outside of the tub. I might add that if you’re the least bit modest this could be embarrassing if anyone else is in the room.
I would definitely consider staying at this hotel again in the future but I would probably select the category of room that includes a balcony and a standard bathroom which incorporates the bath/shower even though the room would be smaller but then it would also be less expensive.