The room was quite nice--it's a little awkward getting into the one side of the bed because of location of the metal staircase that leads to the balcony. The bed was very comfortable, the shower was really good and the room was comfy, overall. We didn't make use of the kitchenette, but it would be a potential plus for someone who wanted to cook.
The only thing that soured the experience somewhat was one of the staff members. She was taking a long time checking in someone ahead of us and was rather curt with the man even to the point of seeming rude. I wasn't looking forward to it being our turn with her. After a few minutes a different person came out and checked us in. He was very pleasant. Unfortunately, I had my own unpleasant experience with her when the next morning I asked for an estimate of what a taxi would cost to the train station and what one would cost to the airport. As she was walking away from me (doing something else) she muttered that a cab wouldn't go to the train station--allegedly because it is too close? It was a twelve minute walk to the hotel from the train station when we arrived, which can be a lot for someone with luggage, who uses a wheelchair for longer distances. I could not believe that she essentially said a cab wouldn't drive that distance! When we checked out, there was another person working the reception, who was wonderful--helpful and pleasant. Overall, the hotel is great, but avoid the red-headed receptionist who is always in a bad mood