It is very proud of its green credentials - masses of wood in the decor, even the room keys are laminated wood. You have separate your rubbish into paper, vegetable and ordinary grot. The bathroom bin is lined with a brown paper bag.
Downsides - no aircon on the hottest day for 50 years. I think it got to 28/29 C. No tea and coffee making. Upsides - iron and ironing board and a real fridge that you could chuck the minibar goods out of and chill your own water etc. Bathroom was more of a minimalist wetroom, so I was back to a flannel wash as I detest showers.
Breakfast was fine. There was a concession to those of us who can't eat wheat or gluten - rice cakes. I am sure out there there are some people who enjoy chewing polystyrene but I am not one of them. Most gluten free bread substitutzes are to be honest horrid, and a breakfast a bit of fried potatoe with the bacon and egg fills the carbohydrate gap.
The hotel is very peaceful, syet it sits above and in the middle of one of the largest. shopping areas I have ever seen
Apart from being a bit overwarm we slept well