The room, far from the quaintly decorated appeal of the advertised photos, was the worst I've ever stayed in. There was no window. Or rather, there was a window, that opened into the storage room, where an assortment of toxic cleaning products were stacked up against the ledge- that is, till they locked the window on the third day (but did not clean the room). Our room was cleaned once of three nights. The beds were like prison cots, with blankets to match (similar to those they hand out on airplanes), with one flimsy pillow. The room was very small, with a massively high ceiling, and without natural light, felt like an asylum.
We were lucky enough to have arrived by day. Other reserved guests were not so lucky. Couples arrived on New Years eve to a locked entrance, where they stood till another guest (us, a few times) noticed and let them in. Once in they'd have no choice but to help themselves to the reception phone, where exhausted and with their luggage about, they made frantic calls in attempt to book another hotel.
I have stayed in many hostels, and never have I seen one so grim. But more to the point, it was extremely falsely advertised (I have photo proof), and far more expensive than it ought to be listed for, even over a holiday period.
The reception staff were kind and helpful... when there was someone there, which was strictly during the day, and often not then either.
The rooftop patio, although very sparse of furnishing (and with a sign next to the TV that read "This is not a TV!") was an appealing feature.