This hotel was just okay. It's not near the downtown area or the airport at all. As I checked in, I noticed a short staircase that lead from the lobby to the "2nd level", where the main elevators were. There is also a short elevator for handicapped people, but it was shot down on account of the "pandemic." I had a bad knee and was carrying a very heavy suitcase, but the receptionist at the front desk refused to turn on the elevator for me! I thought that was really poor customer service. The breakfast was decent, but something I ate there one day made me very sick for a few days. This restaurant forced guests to not only wear a face mask, but also to put on latex gloves! How ridiculous is that?! But even with all that protection, I got really sick from their food. On a plus side, the hotel is located in a nice and safe area, not far from the train station (within walking distance), where you can rent a car, and obviously take the train. The rooms are extremely small but very clean. I was there by myself, so I can't imagine two people sharing a room the size of mine. Also, on my way to check out the hotel, the nice, young, blond lady at reception, did turn on the elevator for me, in fact, she brought my heavy suitcase down herself. That made up for the rude (male) receptionist when I checked in. All in all, I would not recommend this hotel, unless you need to be in this particular area for some reason--maybe close to the train station? Other than that, forget it!