The only issue, which was a technologically charged society, becomes a big one - is the wifi was pretty weak. It didn't bother me as its a good idea to disconnect while traveling usually, but my boyfriend and I both work from the road and so this was a huge block to productivity. There is a lovely cafe across the bridge with wifi and a yummy breakfast though.
After our previous experience with a hostel down the road, that was more expensive. I was a little gunshy when I logged back on Booking.com to quickly find us a stay for the next two nights. I stumbled upon AdHoc and so glad I did - right in the heart of the town, the view from our room window was the best picture I took on our entire stay. Overlooking the river and the constant energy of the city, you always feel part of the fun, but without the noise when you'd rather just sleep. The staff were friendly, looking up bus times for us. The room was unique, with an old stove (or pizza oven) in our room. Bed was comfy. I had a slight crush on our whimsical patterned comforter. And bathrooms were okay. Helped that we went in low season so we had the shared bathroom all to ourselves.