It is like most B&B's I have stayed in before, maybe slightly newer and cleaner. The interior is minimalistic, however with a modern touch, which makes it seem to be more upscale than it is, but you have everything you need: a clean bed and bathroom, and a room you can feel comfortable in.
The staff is very nice, except of one employee, who was really rude. We wanted to order pizza, and had difficulties with our cell phones, so we went downstairs to ask if he could help. For some strange reason, he found it very weird and disturbing, that we wanted to order pizza, and did not want us to use his phone nor did he want to order it for us. I have never experienced anything like this. However, all of the other staff was very nice and helpful.
The hotel is also conveniently located with a grocery and drug store within a five minute walk.
The same goes for public transportation. The bus stop is right across the street and the subway also only a block away.
Just a note if you arrive by car, to enter the parking lot, you have to go through the gas station.More