This is the funkiest hotel I’ve ever stayed in. It’s all industrial design in a reclaimed building. And it doesn’t really work, which is a shame. First, the web site is too cute by half, and so photo heavy that it crashes an iphone. When you arrive it’s impossible to find, as there is no signage, except for a tiny business card taped to the gate down a long alleyway. The concierge is found literally in a hole in the wall. There are 4 keys for each room: one for the padlock on the gate, one for the padlock on the gate on the stairs, one for the bedroom padlock, and one for the pool`s. Only one set of keys per room, which means you have to leave at the same time, as you must open and re-lock the padlocks behind you. There is no elevator, so you must walk up, but there is a funky wire cage lift to take up your bags. The rooms have very comfortable beds and pillows, but NO drinking water nor safes in the room. First place in Asia that has happened. There are meathooks hanging from the ceiling to hang towels, etc. The pool is really lovely, except there is no seating except for a concrete bench. To get there, you walk by market shops and up yet another steel stairway, with another padlock. We enjoyed our stay, but this place needs work on its customer service. Swipe cards anyone??