The one and only positive about this hotel, and I mean one and only, is that it is clean.
The hotel is extremely hard to find. There is one small sign down an alleyway, and the hotel itself is just seven rooms on the 5th and 6th floors of a block. You gain access either via a long steep staircase or the smallest lift that I have ever seen.
Incidentally, I never saw a single fire extinguisher, or any maps of escape routes as you would normally get on the back of room doors.
We stayed 5 nights; we booked a “Standard Double” room. It was minute. If you look at the hotel’s website, all the room photographs are obviously taken with an ultra-wide angle lens. Our room was so small that you could only just walk round the end of the bed. The hotel’s answer to this was, “well climb over the bed” then they told me that I was too fat. I couldn’t count the number of times my shoulder banged into the wall mounted television. It would have been small as a single room, but with a double bed in it, you could hardly move without banging into something. Also, the paint was peeling off the window frames.
The best bit was, when we checked out, we were having a chat about the very expensive parking, the manager came out and he ran around the desk put his face, literally 4 inches from mine and screamed at the top of his voice at me. I have never, ever seen anything like it. At that point we paid the local tax owing and just left.
Don't go anywhere near this place !