Location is in a gritty, crowded, lower class, not too clean neighborhood. My 21 year old daughter and I felt safe during the daylight approaching the hotel, and somewhat uncomfortable after dark. You ring a bell to gain entrance, and are then faced with an ancient elevator which takes you to the hotel lobby. The view from the bedroom windows is of a dilapidated, rundown courtyard, that makes you want to draw the curtains quickly. You get what you pay for, and the bedroom was clean and comfortable and close to the train station, and the landlady was trustworthy and caring, but I would probably pay more and stay in a more upscale neighborhood next time.
It was close to the train station, very reasonably priced, very clean, beds were comfortable, and landlady was as helpful and friendly as she could possibly be, considering she did not speak English. She left us coffee and pie for breakfast, although this was a courtesy as it was not included.