Overall there are a handful of nit-pick things that we didn't like, although we did enjoy our stay here.
You could tell that the room was newly renovated, we noticed there were little unfinished things and missing furniture which made things difficult, such as: no mirror in the bedroom where the supplied hairdryer could be used, no cupboard or portable shelf to hold our bags (although there was a big space in the centre of the room) - so the floor was the only option for our luggage, which got very messy. No towel rails in the bathroom - so the floor was again, the only option.
Didn't like the idea of just checking in by typing in a code and grabbing a key off the hall table - anyone could just grab a key as they went past if they wanted?
The check out process was unclear - we just left our key on the hallway table.
Never properly met any of the staff except for a 'hello' in the breakfast room.
No face cloth washer with our towels, and no convenient bottles of shampoo/conditioner and body wash - luckily I thought to pack ours.
The breakfast room could get very quiet and awkward (especially with 6-8 people in there) so some background music would definitely lighten the mood.
We really liked our newly renovated room which was handy on the first floor - the double bed was super comfortable and there were nice touches to have bed side tables and even a TV.
The breakfast included croissants, ham + cheese, hard boiled eggs (already peeled which is a nice touch) fresh fruit, cereals, juices, yoghurt, toast and spreads. It was overall delicious, although there was no honey and only plain english breakfast tea or hot chocolate sachets (although these were in the room) - but it was wonderful to wake up to the smell of fresh croissants every day!
It was nice to have the standard hotel tea & coffee amenities in the bedroom, the linen was all nice and clean.
Very convenient location to the inner part of the city - and quite affordable.
Overall it was a very pleasant experience and I would stay here again.