0.68km from Cultheca-museumWithin easy walking distance from the city centre, the Luis Hotel is a bit of an enigma. A recently refurbished building inside and outside, it calls its decoration style “vintage”. This means no new furniture (perhaps except the beds) but an assembly of chairs and tables and accessories from the junk store, to recreate a 1950-1960 atmosphere. A shop also called “Luis” across the street shows off more of the same. Our large and high-ceilinged room was on the ground floor, with newly sanded old parquet and walls painted dark red or brown, a wobbly table as a desk and some more small furniture items. However, there is no cupboard to hang your clothes, only a few coat hangers on pens in the wall. Incidentally, this lack of wardrobe is not correctly mentioned on the booking platform I used to reserve the room. When you travel with a lot of luggage for two people you have a problem unpacking it all. The bathroom is not big but normal for this price level, just oddly tiled in a way to remind us of the 50’ again. There is a make-up mirror but not enough hooks to hang the towels for two people. There is no air conditioning, just a small portable fan to provide some cool in warm summer days. Breakfast is served in a café in the front of the building. There is everything you expect from a German breakfast: nice rolls, croissants and bread, meats, cheese, eggs, fruit, cereals, smoothies, jams, etc. All items were fresh and of good quality. Price/quality ratio is OK but the “vintage” look and feel, although professionally applied, may turn some people off when they walk in.