This place really seems like it's in or recovering from some type of transition. To be clear, the guy at the desk was nice and helpful and the place was "fine". However, it's the little things that add up. First, just a warning - you'll have to carry your bags up a small, winding staircase which might be okay if you have one bag, but we all had two. Second, we had a TV but it didn't work like a TV. There were no channels and seemed only set up for a laptop to be connected to it. We aren't really TV people, but it would be nice to have it on to cover bathroom sounds since we were 3 people in a room with thin bathroom walls (I'm the girl who was with two guys x.x). Third, the lamp didn't work. Fourth, the bathroom door doesn't lock. The room had the most basic IKEA-looking furniture, but it looked newer aside from the desk with a hole in it.
Most importantly, though, the wifi doesn't reach to the 4th floor. And since the three of us are relying on wifi connections to converse with family (no international plan), this not working was really inconvenient.