My sister and I stayed at this hotel in September 2012, as part of a tour of North Korea.
We arrived at the hotel at night after a long drive in the countryside.
The staff were nice, and we had an ok meal for dinner and went to bed. The bed was comfortable, with a fetching child's duvet cover on the beds (cutesy little teddy bears) which wasn't big enough for the bed, but it was warm.
Across the road was some construction work and there was Korean music and propaganda blaring til midnight. We had power all night, which was a good thing, and it was clean and bug free.
The next morning, we got woken up with the music and propaganda. Not the hotels fault whatsoever, I will admit.
The only problem was the shower, my sister had a nice hot shower, but when I came to use it at 8am, there was no water left in the tank, the only thing that was coming out of both taps was air. Thankfully, and randomly, there was a big blue rubbish bin full of water directly positioned over the shower so I managed to have a cold bucket shower. It woke me up at least.
Breakfast was edible and the bread was quite nice.