First thing first, there are some serious stairs to climb (no elevator) so if you have bad knees, out of shape and get winded easily, or are wheelchair bound, this may not be the place for you.
The property manager was very pleasant and kind. He upgraded our room which moved us from the 2nd floor to the 3rd floor. Awesome, until we realized the floors were not the “American” flights of stairs. 72 steps we climbed (in America, this would be considered the 5th floor). Needless to say, we didn’t make a ton of back and forth trips to the room.
Hotel is very eclectic which we loved. However, the beds were not comfortable. Extremely hard. And the pillows were bit too big to lay your head on.
Location was great. Nice cafes at the end of the street. We frequented “Chay” quite often.