I've stayed in many old hotels on the outskirts of ski towns in my day and I have very reasonable expectations. All I'm looking for is a clean room and a bed.
The shared kitchen was nice and came with a stove, microwave, kettle, dishes ect. There is plenty of table space to cook and eat your meals there which was nice for me.
This property was very clean. The room, the bedding, everything was fine in that regard. The only failing of the room was that there was no remote. The signal comes in through an HMDI input with no receiver so there was no way to change the channels manually on the tv itself (so it was teletoon in French, no other options). The wifi is slow (as expected) but manageable.
The hotel itself is very loud, you can hear other rooms very clearly and if you're unlucky (like I was) and have a room full of partiers next door then you will be awake as long as they are (no one to call from the hotel to complain).
The hotel itself is COLD, i had to wear my outdoor winter clothing in the kitchen in the morning. When you get to the room turn the heater wayyyyyy up. The hot water in the shower will get there, but it took about 10 mins of running the tap until it was shower worthy.
They must rent out parking lot space to people in RV's because there was one parked out front with people in it and an extension cord running to it.
If you're a no-frills ski bum then this place is fine, just come prepared. If you're fancy, pay for a room in the re$ort village.