0.59km from OVGU. Faculty of EconomicsThe first impression (especially if you arrive after dark) is terrible. The place is deserted. The reception managed by a single person. Unimpressive entrance. The check in is fairly quick. They speak basic English. You are given a key card. You get to your floor and follow the signs of “hotel”, to another door, in a small area, and another door that opens in a long corridor. And then finally room. There is no manual lock behind the door. The rooms are big. Very basic. Some have balconies, mine didn’t. The bathroom is small and clean. The built-in-the-wall single beds are not the most comfortable but not bad either. Pillows too soft. The window opened to the fire brigade station but is not noisy. There is a good desk. The tv is too small. The heating works to keep the Temperature managed even in winters. You can request for a electric jug n mug. But will have to get the tea etc yourself. That’s where the market downstairs really helps. The breakfast is basically cold stuff, fair selection of jams and jellies and spreads, bread basket, juices, cereal and granola etc. You can make tea or coffee. There are no mugs. I had a fairly long stay there. The location, access to the super market, and the cleanliness of the place grows on you. I had one incident of finding my rooms door open when I returned one evening - but nothing was missing. Unfortunately the lady at the desk at that hour was not even sympathetic or concerned. She just said that was not possible. The front desk is managed kn a rotational basis by 3 ladies and a gentleman. I had fairly good experience with the other 3. And even though due to the continuing nature of my reservation, there were times I had to pack up and bring my luggage to the reception. But was told I could have the same room in the evening - inconvenient, but given my rather stuck situation, I took it. In hindsight, I should have taken a hotel in the city but if you are traveling by car and just want a clean place to crash, then this hotel is good.