This is a clean, dated property that serves a purpose as nothing more than a very average 3-star hotel. The staff are friendly and helpful.
The rooms are tiny and whilst clean, are dated with marks on walls, chips off tiles and shower tray and a shower with a will of its own that wouldn’t stay pointed in the direction required due to worn fittings.
The room is so small that the only way to fit a double bed in is to put it under the small high-level window. The swivel TV is on the desk, thus reducing working space and the chair at the desk is very low, making any attempt to work difficult. The room was too hot and I wasn't able to work out how to reduce it (even in November). There are tea and coffee-making facilities in the room, but I did not use them,
Facilities in the hotel are extremely limited with a single bar that serves a hamburger and is a hummus specialty bar. I did not see anyone in there.
There are a number of restaurants around and I used Mezcal and Mandarin up the street (20€ and 10€ for a reasonable meal respectively). Breakfast is acceptable, but nothing special with limited hot food and the other usual minimal offerings to be expected at breakfast.
I would stay there again for convenience, price, and cleanliness, but with an appreciation of what to expect.