We stayed in the Stanley Thompson wing in a suite and it was very nice. The bathroom had been completely re done. It was large and clean. We had a sitting room with a fridge and tv, the bedroom was small but we had 2 queen size beds and another tv. We ate at the Waldhaus restaurant which is very old but quaint with a nice outdoor patio. The food was pretty much pub grub but good. The golf course was very picturesque. The spa was excellent. The pools are very nice and the area was clean it is easy to spend several hours enjoying the amenities. The massage was top notch....very good and the staff was very professional. It was an easy walk into town. The Bow Falls are right there as well. We didn't have much contact with the staff other than the spa. Check in and out was a breeze...not much direction to find room though.The hotel is an historic land mark and I don't think you would expect it to have large rooms. They have done well to keep it up and please today's traveller. If you want a modern, sleek resort this is not for you. It is expensive but you are paying for the name, location and ambiance of an old established Canadian gem!