We travel by bus and train only, so this hotel met our needs - it's on two bus lines from the Stadt station, though we walked into town (downhill) on a number of occasions. It's on the ski hill just south of town. The staff was very friendly and welcoming when checking in/out or when dining. They're in the middle of a massive renovation and new-build, but we never heard a thing. Very peaceful & quiet, with the occasional soothing rumble of a train from down in the valley. Stunning views from our room, which had a huge wrap-around balcony. The room was enormous even by American standards, as was the bath. (Fun item: Medicine cabinets swung out from the wall, revealing tiny windows to the outside!) Comfy bed and sitting area, though watching TV at night was awkward, as it was way across the huge room on the desk. Tons of storage so suitcases aren't under foot. Excellent (and free) wifi in the room. The only thing lacking was phone service from the room; we could only call the front desk. Desk staff, however, allowed us to use the office phone to call the airlines when we needed to reschedule our flight on short notice. Food was tasty and plentiful at breakfast and dinner. Lovely short walk uphill to the Berghutte is recommended. Lovely short walk downhill to the bar/restaurant at their sister property is also suggested. Walking trails are plentiful and well-marked.