As for a hostel, it is quite expensive, and for anything extra you need to pay - whether it is the use of the lockers (I needed to change the room after first night, so had to pay for a lockers, even though I had two days booked in a row) or use of computer to upload info in memory stick (not internet even!). Breakfast is also extra payment, and was very bad and quite unfresh, with long, long queuing. Lunched were more or less ok, but nothing spectacular for that price. Spaces - rooms and showers are very small, and the hostel is usually packed. Super heavy fire doors everywhere. Wifi is only in the public area, not in the rooms. Also, in both days they had noisy groups of teenagers. So, don't stay there if you come for business or study.
The hostel is situated next to the railway station, and also close to the bus station. The heating in the room was working well. The furniture is new. Staff is friendly. Nothing more to like, actually.