ROOM: Relatively small rooms with a sort of tiny bathroom. The "double bed" was as so many other places just twin beds put together. And annoyingly there was a gap filled with hard wood between the beds. On the bright side the mattresses were so thin I didn't really noticed the difference. Otherwise it was clean we did have everything we need in a hotelroom. HOTEL: Gave the same feeling as some b&b or inns in the USA. Dark corridors, heavy wood and furniture and sort of pompeus. The service was good, and the staff helpful. They had a restaurant downstairs which had very good pizza. They did not however served a good breakfast. It was plenty of options, but only (dry) light bread, and the milk I think tasted really suspicius. Suspicius enough for me to take one spoonfull of my corn-flakes and promptly put the dish aside. And several of the other stuff had it's faults. LOCATION: Situated right next door to the entrance to the closest parking-area to the salt mines. Since that was the purpose of us being there, the hotel absolutely served it purpose.