You're checked into a mysterious hotel with mysterious patrons at your every need. Whilst faceless they're friendly, observant and clearly are of no harm to you. So here are 5 tips to help you enjoy your experience.
1. Reduce the Motion… Blur
This is just a small tip but if you don't have a high-end computer screen that can refresh things faster than Bob Ross' voice on a Sunday evening the game uses excessive motion blur in the more beautiful areas of the hotel without the option to turn it off. Strange though it may seem to have to destroy the ambiance of such beautiful crafted environments I did have to stop at one point to get rid of the motion sickness I felt.
2. There are secrets
Whilst very small and not very obvious, personally I didn't think there would be any, there are little secrets here and there designed for the world to be expanded upon. Doesn't seem like that much, but they tell of another story, not just yours.
3. It's a slow start to a fun middle and end
Don't get dissuaded by the simplicity of what amounts to having the right keycard for each puzzle. You'll get new mechanics later on in the game and each one is introduced. I admit I also questioned if this was all that would be to it in the very beginning but soon changed opinion as the game progressed.
4. Scope out the puzzles in their entirety
This is something I got from playing the game but before you start trying to complete a puzzle, double check to make sure you have everything. Quite a few times I ran down a puzzle thinking I completed it when I turned a corner and found a part of it that needed to be solved in the previous section.
5. Remember to mark down each day
This one I give for free, without any extra advice for it though. You have a calendar. It's not vital, it's nothing groundbreaking. Just remember to mark down what day it is. That's all.