They say you have to start with the good things in a critic. So here you go:
One good thing though it is quite central located...
here the rest:
In the first night we had to switch on the light as some people were entering our room. Turned out it was the attached room separated with a thin wooden door, and not in our room. So much about the noise level in the Hotel. The single glassed windows were also not very much keeping the outside noise outside. The bed as hard and comfortable for a Fakir i guess, but not us.
Well if you like a "familiar" place that means someone bothering you with a constant chatter then you might like to go there.
We will not go back there even if we have to sleep on a camping ground.