We had to stay here to catch a ferry the next day and this was the only hotel available. The hotel is situated near mineral baths, so you can smell sulfur in the air constantly. The rooms were awful, and I've never seen a smaller bathroom in my life. The shower looked like someone drilled a hole in the floor and put a shower curtain up, and you can't even fit. You literally have to rinse half of your body off at a time ( and I am 5'6 and 126 lbs). I was actually scared to go to sleep in the rooms; I quickly realized that European "clean and nice" is not the same as American "clean and nice". The breakfast the next morning was not even edible, and the entire time we were there, only one man was running the whole hotel. It's very cheap, 60 euros a night, and what you get is what you pay for. I would not stay there again if someone paid me. The entire experience was almost surreal and very comical (once some time had passed).