We were pleasantly surprised by the bright and modern decor we found at Hotel Safir. In a small amount of square footage they managed a small kitchenette as well as a two beds, a desk, and a cute little bath. There were also some skylights that were strategically placed to let in some additional light during the shorter fall days. It felt fresh and clean and it was located just a block from the old town and close to a fabulous bakery that was to the right before the busy street and a well stocked grocery store to the left.
The breakfast was adequate, the coffee not so good. The staff was quite friendly and they seemed busy with refurbishing some of the rooms. You must ring the bell to enter, and there was a time that we had to wait for 10-15 minutes because no one heard us. I believe this was due to the refurbish so understandable.
My only real issue was with parking my car. The young woman at the front desk, who despite the fact she was very friendly, was a bit misinformed on the parking situation. She directed me to an area in which I ended up getting a fine. The parking for this hotel is actually coordinated with another close-by hotel to the left and I learned they need to actually call in order to have them