Like everything, good and bad are subjective so I’ll try to provide facts and my experience so you can evaluate whether this hotel is good for you.
This review is for room 402 a deluxe room in a 3 star hotel.
The hotel is on a side street but it is a very noisy, busy corner. There is a bar across the street and several others in the neighborhood. However the double glazed windows do a pretty good job of keeping the noise muffled. You will hear police sirens each night since you’re near 2 main roads. I could hear the guest in the next room coughing at night so the walls are a bit thin. All in all the noise level is close to zero by midnight.
As for the location there are many cafes to choose from - you should have no problem finding what you want, including eggs for breakfast.
The front desk is very polite but they don’t go far to be helpful. When we checked in they did not offer the WiFi password or tell us that we needed to insert the room key in a slot on the wall to activate the lights. Since it was dark in the room that took a few minutes to figure out. We thought the AC was controlled by the buttons on the unit, and didn’t notice the thermostat for 2 days - blame jet lag brain. But when I called and asked if someone could come up and help us figure it out they said no.
A few things new to us as travelers and an FYI perhaps for other newbies:
Since you leave the key at the front desk when you go out, you cannot leave items charging in your room when you’re gone.
Even if you put the do not disturb sign up the cleaning staff will come in once you go out. They do not actually give clean sheets each day they just make the bed, unfortunately they don’t do a very good job. We had to remake the bed several times since the sheets were all bunched up.
The room is not large but it is typical of the area. The bathroom is very large with a separate toilet area. However there is no shower curtain so you get chilly while showering and get water on the floor. This is also fairly common.
A hairdryer is attached to the wall. It’s strong enough but you need to hold the button in the entire time you dry your hair. There are no outlets in the bathroom so even if you bring your own dryer you will need to use it without a mirror in the bedroom, unless you bring a freestanding mirror of your own. I put my husbands shaving mirror that has a suction cup on the glass door of the closet and used that to flat iron my hair. My husband rigged up a Velcro strap to hold in the dryer button for me since I have a bit of arthritis in my hand.
There is a magnifying mirror - about 5x - in the bathroom. However I found the direct overhead led lights to be very harsh and put on my makeup near a window.
There is a clothesline in the bathroom that’s handy for washing out a few things. And a large wall mounted radiator where you can dry things pretty quick, even jeans.
The bed is quite firm but the mattress is good, not sagging, so we adapted after a few nights. The bed linens are nice and soft.
There are only 2 outlets in the room, both over the small table so bring a multi plug converter to charge your devices.
There is a mini fridge stocked with waters and sodas but the water is $4 euros - they also do not mention that. The website says they offer “A service of tea, coffee and goodies is available from 15:00 to 19:00” we never saw any items offered in the 6 days we were there.
The site also mentions “A CONCIERGE SERVICE WITH MANY RESOURCES” but they struggled to give restaurant recommendations and looked surprised when I asked them to call a local restaurant to make the reservation for me since my French leaves much to be desired. I even provided the phone number but they seemed put out.
All in all I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend the hotel if it matched your needs but I would not select it again myself. There are many properties in this class at this price that may be a better fit for for me.