The accommodation is reached along old-looking corridors and up a number of steps, so this is not a very suitable place for people with reduced mobility, and is also quite a nuisance when you are lugging heavy suitcases around. The rooms are tiny, measuring just 18 m˛. Their televisions are also miniscule, offering an equally small number of television channels. In some rooms it is on a wooden shelf; in others it is attached to the wall, like in a hospital ward. The floors are tiled, and the walls are decorated with light beige wallpaper and adorned with two paintings, a large mirror, a wooden suitcase holder, two separate beds and two armchairs.
The only facilities are the fridge (empty) and a telephone. There is no safe (it is at reception) or internet access (although there is a computer with charged access in the lobby), and no air-conditioning, fan, room service or balcony. There is a window, but it overlooks a pedestrianised street that can get noisy at times. The bathroom is provided with a bathtub and a flexible shower head, two bars of soap, a shower gel dispenser on the wall, a toilet and a bidet. However, there is no hair-dryer.