We had booked a double room on the ground floor, which was the value deal (about 50 euros/night). Half the height of the room falls below the ground level, though, so the window was high up, and my 1.80-meter tall husband had to climb a stool to reach it and open it to see the street from below. Other than this, it was a beautiful room (tiledwalls and floors, antique-looking furniture, high ceiling, large bathroom), and due to its proximity to the lobby area, we had wifi connection in the room which we wouldn't have had otherwise. However, the street noise was so unbearable we spent the night half awake although we were exhausted. People stopped passing by talking at some point but then the street cleaners arrived in their noisy vehicles. Anyway, it was as noisy as as room can be.
Next morning we wanted to change our room, and moved to the second floor to room 200 something, but there was a funny smell in the bathroom so we asked for another change. The two nice people working at the reception desk gave us a superior room (125 E/ night) without charging us the difference. We stayed another four nights and were quite happy with the hotel; however, if our first room is typical of what one gets for a bargain price, and our second room, which was just ordinary, is considered "superior" and therefore worth 125 E, I don't think I will stay there again.
The building is really nice and homey.
It is within walking distance to all the best sights, shops, restaurants, etc.
The staff is very helpful and friendly.
Turkish travellers will love that the bathrooms have bidets.
There is a cold drinks automat in the lobby but no hot drinks.