0.76km from Cantina AztecaThis hotel is located in a two-storey downtown building that looks like an old office building converted into a hotel. They call it a hotel, but I think it's a hostel, because there are shared bathrooms also. To be honest, it's not absolutely terrible, but you're sure to find a hotel that's a few levels better with the rates they charge (such as the Omena Hotel or Hesehotelli). The corridors are creepy and full of stuff that doesn't belong there. Upon reservation, I was left under the impression that breakfast was included in the fee (96€/night, but this was because I booked only one day prior to arrival I suppose). When checking in, the young lady at the reception said that you have to pay for breakfast (15€...??) and reserve it beforehand. The sign-in procedure was also really strange. She looked up my name on a hand-written notepad with reservation names, handed me the key and pointed me to the general direction in where the room was located. Nothing else. No ID-checking, no credit card verification, nothing. Easy-peasy, but really odd. The room (entering using a simple physical key) was a 10m2 little closet with a tiny toilet/shower. It was also very cold - even after shutting the windows and turning the heater on 11, it was chilly. No floor heating either, so the concrete floor tiles were also really cold. The small single bed was soft and I guess it was cheap Ikea throughout. I didn't...well, couldnt put the TV on because I couldn't find a remote anywhere. Signing out was, uh.... easy too. Nobody in the reception, so you would just leave the key in a pot full of other keys and leave. Absolutely no paperwork during the whole visit. Zero. I guess you could call signing in and out "a breeze" however strange that may be. All in all... I'll steer clear of this in the future, and so should you.