The property was in a good location on the waterfront and within walking distance to a lot of sites. We chose to pay 11 Euro to park across the street at the waterfront car park (rather than dragging our luggage up/down the hill to the free hotel parking). The staff was nice. The Timbertoes bar was out of the ingredients for most of the cocktails listed as available. They did have live music in the evening, which was good, but consisted mostly of American standards. There were a couple of big issues with our stay. The first was that our room was located in Block B. I'm guessing Block B was the building next door and the hotel expanded into that space at some point. What this meant for getting to our room: elevator (lift) from reception to floor 1. Trek through a maze of hallways and fire doors following signs for block B, Climb 4 stairs with luggage, go through another fire door and around to the block B lift, take block B lift to 3rd floor, exit lift, down another hall, through a couple more fire doors, down a bunch of stairs with luggage, another hall, through 2 fire doors (and the cleaning staff storage area) to get to a door thay lists 2 rooms, key card to get theough that door to get to our actual door (which also required key card). The room was hot, dimly lit, and there was a lot of traffic noise. The bathroom was small and there was no place to put anything. The second major problem was the shower. The water was scalding hot-like burn yourself, can't stand in it hot.