Thumbelina would have been comfortable.
Posted 13-Nov-2015 on Wotif
Well I was put on the top floor that was pleasing, the lift cabin is 92 cm deep by 104 cm wide, so I fit with my luggage on top of my feet staked up. Room had a double bed and a wardrobe, walk-able space around both was 40 cm only on all sides. Window wall was slanted a la cape cod and below the slant was a small table. Bathroom was tiny, toilet was a child toilet I mean child toilet where only 1 part of your anatomy would be over the target zone, thus for 1 and 2 you had to constantly re-position your person. Shower had corner opening panels, 30 cm each when fully open one gets a diagonal entry space of about 50 cm, and the confined shower space when closed is 75 cm by 89 cm thus you had room to move 1 hand to turn water on and off not much else. Everything was old but very clean. Bed was rudimentary and had only 1 pillow, if you were tired you slept if not you never got comfortable. Room is cold central heating set to minimum (to save them money I guess), I bought a cheap fan heater and warmed the room up that way.