I stayed in one of the deluxe cabin rooms, which is a bit larger than the cabin room, but which still is Euro style with a sink in the room and toilets and showers down the hall. The room was very clean and attractively decorated. The combination of the plaster walls and dark wood floors and trim and the modern, minimalist furniture was very relaxing. The walls are a bit thin, but I was able to sleep just fine. Noise from the street with the window open was a bit loud during the day, but it was quite quiet at night. A room on the east side of the hallway would be the most quiet, as they are on an alleyway between buildings, if you need the most quiet room and don't care about a view. The bathrooms and showers were exquisitely clean and well taken care of. I never felt like I was sharing them with other guests during my two night stay. The staff is very friendly and helpful with sorting out local attractions and dining options (of which there are many). Attached to the lobby is the 14th Street Coffee, which offers breakfast sandwiches and lunch items from 6:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily.