Booked at the last minute, and quite pricey, but I was hoping for a nice, if basic room. There were some problems. Finding the hotel was a nightmare, as it isn't at the booking address: you only see this deep down in the booking email. On a mobile phone, I missed this. It also requested emailing the staff to get into the hotel, but there was no email address given. There was phone number, and I finally called this (super-expensive via the UK), but the respondent, though helpful, didn't speak much English. I finally got an email address and mailed this, to which I quickly received a detailed and useful response, and so was able to locate the building and get access to the hotel's floor level. The hotel/hostel is based in a shared building, and some of this building space is pretty run down (image included). I had a passcode to enter the hotel, as it isn't manned by a receptionist, and I could use a QR code to enter the room. The room was about 3 paces long, and two wide, and just under half of it was the bathroom (see photo). This is tiny! The management is obviously trying, and the room seemed clean, if a bit beaten up. The linen and bedsheets were also clean. There was a TV, kettle and USB, so this was good. After going out in the evening, I tried to get back into the room, but the QR code lock didn't work - I kept resetting it, but nothing. It finally worked after 15 mins, but was a major panic - with my phone now out of credit, I would have been stuck if it hadn't opened.