It is a nice area surrounded by shops and restaurants. The hotel is set at a competitive price, the WiFi was improved during my stay, so it went from no internet to good internet, dependent on the number of users at peak times. The staff were generally courteous, although they need to cut down on the use of sprays to hide odour and go onto more natural potpourri methods. The beds and bedding also had an odour which I can only put down to the treatment of them. I was bitten several times during my stay whist in the room and it wasn't mosquitoes, so I assume it was bedbugs. These can also be transferred by guests to their own homes and are difficult to eradicate. They need to have a strategy in place to prevent and control their spread and recurrence, not just sprays. The room had a TV, good shower and natural ventilation, although in warm conditions air-conditioning would be required. The lift is very small and can hold a maximum of 3 people, so people tend to use the stairs which are quite noisy for guests sleeping. The light switches are in strange places, so it's difficult finding them and you stumble in the dark, automatic lights need to be installed at the entrance to hallways.