The hotel is well located in the heart of the old city, quite close to the cathedral. It is attractive and quirky. Instead of room numbers, they identify the rooms by the names of famous authors. We were in Mark Twain on the third floor. The rooms on 3 have huge exposed timber beams, which look great, but require some ducking if you’re tall, as we both are. The restaurant is on 2, but the elevator doesn’t stop on that floor, you have to climb stairs up from 1 or down from 3. Breakfast was ample and delicious—everything cooked to order. The staff was all very friendly and helpful. They seemed a bit overwhelmed one morning, but that was during the Song Festival and the hotel was fully booked. Overall, I really enjoyed my stay and would return happily. Nothing more I could ask for just continue giving the guest the great service that you provide.