Has its ups and downs. Sufficient.
Posted Sep 20, 2013
I was having a generally good experience until the last day. My room key card cracked and I was charged 10 Euro for a new one. I got into it with the guy at the desk and he kept referring to the sleeve that the key came in, where it was printed that a replacement would be 10 Euro. When I protested further, he tried to say that the cards cost them that much, which is completely absurd. After checking with a friend that works in a hotel, she informed me that cards cost less than $1 and are used until they wear out. Note also that the keys they are using at Ivbergs are not new key cards, they reuse them like most hotels do. The "new" one that the clerk (who I believe was the manager) gave me already had a crack in it (after he said that he insisted he had "never" seen a key card crack before). I was pretty furious and thought about leaving the hotel but my flight left 12 hours later so I just stuck it out.
The breakfast was overpriced but still tasty- lots of things aren't included in Europe, so I wasn't mad at that, I just ate breakfast on the run most days. Housekeeping did come in one day when I was sleeping which I can't stand BUT how could they know I'd sleep late. No biggie.
Thin mattress on Euro/Ikea style slatted frame, it did the job. As a solo traveler I didn't like the fact that there was no peep hole or chain on the door, which was compacted by the fact that the lights in the hallway went out and came on slowly on a motion sensor.