Again, other reviews prepared me. This isn't a place for light sleepers. My room overlooked the street, and young revelers shout and sing outside, past midnight. Also, one can be dismayed by the entrance, which is dark and dingy. Once you take the elevator up two floors to the pension, it is bright and clean. The bathroom is small, and my room had a shower, no bathtub, which was all right for me. The sign outside is on the second level of the building and can easily be overlooked. Note the address (number 49) and look for that.
I read previous reviews and they were very accurate. Many museums and other attractions are a 10 minute walk. And the pension is right at a subway stop. Breakfast is very good, although it's not a buffet. I had yogurt, fruit, a roll, coffee and orange juice. Ham and eggs are available, too. Also you do have to leave the pension and cross the street to get to the store where breakfast is prepared. Overall, for the price it's a good value. Think "budget."