The only thing I did find difficult is that there is nobody at reception as there seems to be no reception. We came across the same at a hotel in Austria where the person welcoming us leaves at 8PM. As we traveled from abroad we can't always ensure trains run on time and our mobile phones were running on Romanian numbers which did not allow us to call the person there when we received their message. We rang the doorbell but no one opened which had us worry as we were exhausted and had a small child amidst a heatwave in a city we did not know, now standing in front of a closed door was not a nice feeling. We were blessed that the taxi driver had us use his phone as otherwise we'd be stranded outside. We also got to make sure that our phones work well next time, although when I book a hotel or place to stay, I expect to be able to go there and be received without the need to have to call someone (first time we called back there was no answer either). The person receiving us was very friendly and the place was one of the nicest we stayed in, when we got called back on the taxi driver's number. It's just that I can't really get used to there being no reception and that we are dependent on having to call someone using mobile phones which seems a bit unstable as either us or him/her could be out, have issues with the phones or simply not be there.
Very cool room (although there was no aircon, it felt very good) amidst a heatwave that was raging through Frankfuhrt at the time, so it was a very good place to be. The little kitchen was just what we needed as we have a little one and I am on a special diet meaning I prefer to cook things myself. The kitchen was even stocked with food - milk, bread, cereals and fruit - never had this much being given! And there was shampoo and soap which was very useful as we were traveling through Europe with only two backpacks, so we did not have any shampoo or soap with us. It truly was an oasis amidst a hot day, long journey and it gave us the best sleep we've had in a long time.