The area felt safe and the breakfast was very nice. They provided fruit, eggs, and bread as well as coffee, water, and juice every morning. When we initially showed up to the property, they told us they had overbooked that property and would like to move us to a better property in a different location. It was further away from where I wanted to be, but it was the only way we could have a room to ourselves. This was NOT a place that owed a building and ran a hostel out of it like a normal thing you would expect in Europe. This was someone who clearly just owned or knew people that owned apartments that had locks on the individual room doors so he could rent them out by the room.