We stayed here for a one night layover on our way to Norway. We got in early in the morning and took a shuttle to the hotel. We were able to stash our bags in the bell closet and go explore town until a room was available. When we got back from breakfast, the room was ready. The staff at the desk were very friendly and helpful. They made a call for us to confirm our afternoon tour. The lobby is an interesting industrial looking place with exposed ducts and wires in the ceiling. Our room was on the first floor, marina side, so we had a view of a building. The room itself was very modern with a queen-sized bunk bed. We couldn't believe it when we saw it at first, but the second bed was up a ladder about 6-7 feet above the other. The bathroom had a frosted glass wall and door, so not terribly private. The bed was comfortable, there was a large flat-screen TV, and there was free Wi-Fi in the room. It is located a short walk from many restaurants and shops in one direction, and the Maritime Museum in the other. Funky place to stay the night.