We texted ahead but still found the hotel locked and unattended on arrival.
Eventually hauled ourselves up four flights of stone stairs to find, despite specifically requesting twin beds for father and adult son, we had been given a double. Told there were no twins - despite being listed as booking options.
We pulled the two halves of the double apart, took one sheet each (no spare sheets, blankets or pillows) and made do - but the resultant beds were so narrow that I fell out on turning over in the night, cut my head and bruised my knee.
Room furnishings very sparse; no drawers, no desk, one small chair. The website photos really flatter this hotel!
No English spoken or understood, so very difficult to communicate.
Wi-fi worked, but no English language TV channels.
"Reception" was cluttered and untidy, seeming to double as the superintendent's sitting room. Constant pop videos on TV!
Bathroom was all fine, with a good shower.
No cleaning or bedmaking - until we had a spill and breakage, and had to persuade the superintendent to come and clear it up!
Breakfast was just adequate with not much to commend it. One cup of coffee served. One juice. One jam. One meat, one cheese (same each day) 2 flavours of yogurt, some fruit, cakes and bread.
All that said, it's quite an interesting and "different" set-up, right in the middle of town with everywhere walkable. It's inexpensive too, so some of the negatives are perhaps fair enough. Try it for a short stay; you may like it.