I chose it because it was one of two places in the pedestrian village that offered a free breakfast. It wasn't cheap but it was one of the cheaper places in the village. It's at the bottom the village near the clock tower. It's a quick walk up the hill to catch the gondolas to head up the mountain, plus there are restaurants within walking distance. The free stand-up gondola which takes you to the top of the village is nearby.
There was a mini kitchen as we entered.
There was a living room/dining room (alas the fireplace doesn't work).
Here was the bathroom which was off the dining room/living.
Go up the stairs and you were in the bedroom.
Here was the bathroom off the bedroom (yes, there were two bathrooms!!).
Breakfast was from 6:30am to 10:30am ... there was toast, eggs, cereal, waffles, fruit, juice, coffee, etc. When we went down just after 10am yesterday there wasn't much left. Gord went earlier today and had eggs, etc.
You have to pay for Internet through an outside provider (it was $25 for three days and it worked well).
There is parking ... we had flown in and taken a shuttle from the airport so I don't know too much about it.
There is an outdoor hot tub that we had intended to use yesterday but never got a chance. After snowshoeing, we came back to our room and chilled instead.
I'd stay here again!