Overall, this hotel doesn't deserve three stars. The entire building is in dire need of a renovation. It looked much better on the web, and we felt cheated.
The room had a dusty wall-to-wall carpet (which bordered on grimy in the corners), and there were brown stains of a questionable origin running down the wall (which was covered in the tackiest, sparkliest wallpaper I've ever seen, hands down.) There was a weird smell when you first entered the room and right after you used the shower (but it sort of went away if you opened the window). The bathroom was clean enough, but the shower stall was on the narrow side. There was plenty of hot water and the water pressure was good, though. The towels were also clean.
The window just about closed shut and did nothing to reduce outside noise (and there was plenty of it). The double bed was just two singles pushed together, resulting in a bump in the middle, which didn't make for a good night's sleep. The sheets weren't changed in three days (I noticed a stain on the second day and it was still there on the third, when we checked out.) There were two too-visible dark and greasy stains at the top of the upholstered headboard, where people have been leaning their heads against it. The WiFi didn't work inside the room; we only got a weak and intermittent signal in the corridor outside it.
The safe in the wardrobe wasn't secured to the wall or the floor; someone could just pick it up and go.
The breakfast was poor (nothing fresh was served—everything was packed and processed, no options for vegetarians, either) and the lady serving it was too surly, which made us feel uncomfortable—we'd have liked a second cup of coffee, but we were just terrified to ask. She didn't speak a single word of English, either. The cloth lining the little baskets where they served the single croissant & the single bread roll allotted to each guest was downright filthy and it had clearly never been changed.
The staff at the reception was welcoming, helpful, and spoke good English.