I stayed here with my Girlfriend in March 2004. We stayed only 3 nights, but the location is great (right across from the train station) and the rooms were clean and exactly as described on their website. Great place to sleep and recuperate after a day on the mountain. Not a resort, so don't expect to hang around because there isn't a pool, game room, sauna, etc...
The shower/bathroom is shared for the floor (but they have several rooms that have private bathroom, I recall). The shower has a timer on it so you have to keep pushing the button if you like long hot showers (energy saving). Each room has a sink and mirror. No fridge, TV or stereo. Bring a book.
The mountain is excellent and I'm going to return for a longer stay. One has to search for more difficult terrain, but there is ample virgin powder because powder isn't much coveted (unlike North American resorts). I'd need about 5 full days to get all over the mountain.
If you’re American, you might feel awkward pushing onto the trams (Ques are rare) but that's the culture and you should assert yourself.