The hotel is a very good family run establishment in a quieter part of the resort.
Be sure to specify to stay in the main hotel building rather than the annex where the rooms are more compact.
The main problem with the resort, rather than specifically the hotel, is the time taken from putting boots on in the hotel ski room to the first ski run - with the bus transfer to the Penken lift and the queuing time at the lift plus the lift time, you can waste an hour at the start of the day and another 30-40 mins plus at the end. The last lift down of the Penken is at 16.30. so to avoid more queues at the end of the day, you tend to return early. This means you get a later start and an earlier finish. Compare this to a ski-in/ski-out resort where you can get an extra 2 hours skiing per day.
There is a new Penken lift due to be open for the 2015/16 season - this will reduce transfer times, but it remains to be seen by how much.
So with that in mind, Mayrhofen is a very good resort with plenty of apres ski for all tastes and the hotel is very comfortable with attentive staff.
Accommodation & Value 4/5