There are a number of reviews online, some are spot on and some are way off the mark. On the plus side the hotel is clean and comfortable, and its location next to the railway station is great - after a flight and trip on the shuttle bus you get off and walk about 200m to the hotel. There is a supermarket nearby and plenty of bars and bistros if needed. Also (one of my favourite things) a bar with live music. Wi-fi works fine, TV had plenty of choice of channels
On the downside the street is noisy until about 1-2am and even after there is a lot of shouting and so on going on. As a single man I felt safe but this is not a hotel for single female travellers or families.
The receptionist also doubles as the barmaid so while trying to check in there are thirsty punters also vying for her attention. Its a busy bar so odd times you may like to ask about nearby facilities or questions about your stay the chances of getting her attention are pretty slim.