Everything about this hotel was amazing. The receptionist (possibly the owner) was very helpful and informative. She sounded like she's from Britain. There was another lady who was there and she spoke German. So if you can communicate in either Slovak, English, or German, you're pretty much set. The hotel has its own curbside parking in the front. It also has its own restaurant that features local cuisine. Inside, the hallway is decorated with winter sport memorabilia and had a very welcoming fee. Our room was very big. It was very comfortable and cozy. The wifi was not very strong but when you feel like being off the grid, it's perfect.
Breakfast is available at 6 am and at the time, they served typical European items, like eggs, bacon, bread, cold cuts, cheeses, and yogurt. Many of their customers were also older German vacationers and they seemed like they felt at home there.
As for Kezmarok, the town has plenty to offer for restaurants, cafes, and sights to see. It has a small town feel with a lot to offer for tourists. The evening that we were there, many of the residents were out and about taking strolls around the town and dining with family and friends. It is 20 minutes away from Tatranska Lomnica, where you take the ski lift to go to Lomnicky Stit.