First of all the location is not all that desirable, but if you can handle different ethnicities you will be fine. Solo, female traveler here and I had no problems with it. The little yellow sign is hard to find, but once you see it and learn which part of the metro to emerge from you do alright. Ring the buzzer next to the huge door. The little door is the one you go through. Walk straight ahead to the patio area and turn right. In the doorway to the right you see the stairs and the elevator. The elevator takes you to the 3rd floor. The hotel door is little, with a little sign saying 'reception'. Most of the workers there were very kind. They did mess up once and not give me my wake up call, so that was a little concerning.
There is a tram a block away, the metro is a block away and there are buses. The train station is near and it's very handy for catching the a.m. Leonardi Express to the airport from the South Entrance of the train station. The Indoor Market place is near. Fassies Gelato is right next door. A regular supermarket down the street. Many Asian retail shops around. The Asians were not that nice and one woman tried to keep a Euro she owed me by giving me a 5cent Euro when I was purchasing a cappucino..
All in all I recommend the hotel for someone on a budget. The hotel was very clean. A little noisy until after midnight from traffic. Free water and coke in a tiny fridge in the room. I was in the metro late and walked to the hotel. It was not at all that scarey.
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