Let me start with the few negatives - there are a few homeless people hanging around outside the hotel and one even kept talking to me so if that's a problem for you then that's your warning. There was also a man who "worked" there (worked meaning, used the lobby as his working space) who told me not to take photos of the cafe even though he wasn't in the photo. He told me it was rude and said "I don't go to your house and take photos in your living room" -- umm, what?!! That doesn't even makes sense sir. Way to make a tourist feel uncomfortable. But anyways --- other than that, this hotel was SUPER cute and SUPER fun! I loved the "WeWork" theme they have going on and the room was HUGE. I loved the high ceilings and the interior decor. The hotel staff was very nice and genuinely happy to assist you. The gym was useful and the in-house cafe and restaurant were great! There's an underground train station directly outside and it was super easy to get around the city and enjoy the sights. I would stay here again because I loved the room and I loved the location minus the homeless people.