After a very winding road you will eventually arrive at this hotel, which has many different levels of room, each level heading up, up and up on narrowing stairs the higher you climbed. All rooms had partial views of the mountains.
Our small group of four were given the two rooms on the highest level, this room was small in size and contained 1 double bed and 1 single bed with just enough room to walk between the two, a clear view of the mountains could be seen through large windows on two sides, an old style TV that did not work and a self contained bathroom that did not have hot water. The quilts provided kept us warm, with two addition blankets stored in a cupboard.
As far as the mountain view, we were luck on arrival to be able to see the mountains clearly enough to take a few photos, but as the afternoon approached the view disappeared into a smoke haze making the sunset non-existent and on rising the next morning once again the sunrise was non-existent, which was very disappointing and not the fault of the hotel.
Meals you were given two options - self serve buffet (containing a very limited choice of food) or select form a menu. I would suggest ordering from the menu for money value. The restaurant staff service OK.
1 night at this hotel is enough as there was little else on offer.