The whole place is more like a run-down East European student hostel we all experienced in the 80's and 90's as we grew up. The problem is that now we live in 2018 and this hotel is still sub-standard.
So the "hotel" is located between the 3rd and 5th floors in the building. Luckily the lift works. Hardly anything else does. The reception area including the bar is something out of the 60's dolce vita, i.e. badly needs a refurb.
Wait till you see your room! No TV or minibar/fridge, but the biggest joke is the bathroom (see the picture), obviously walled off the original room offering you about a 1x2m bathroom space, i.e. basin, bidet, toilet and "shower-above-toilet" all crammed in there. The whole thing makes you think you are in some youth correctional facility on Soviet territory in the 60's.
If you want breakfast? 8 euros. If you want air-con? 5 euros/night. Mille grazie! Being on the top floor in July and having no window, the only other option we had was to leave the shutter and the balcony door open at night. All mosquitos are welcome! The next problem? It's one big balcony accessible by all other rooms. Meaning, any loud-mouthed drunkard could have walked in at night. I slept with a knife close to my reach.
Summary: if you are a fan of Walking Dead, you will most likely enjoy the place.