The hotel is almost on the end of the yellow line. It has, as someone else mentioned, larger than normal European sized rooms. It was quiet as well and I wondered if anyone heard my toddler. The food was decent. There was always plenty and it was fresh. There were both hot and cold options. The decor is typical hotel with nicer floors--my room had no carpet, which was a relief. There were two things about my room: the person did not change out the dishes-tea plate. We clearly used the plates and both times they were not exchanged. I did not make a fuss because it was negligible. Second, there was no curtain or door to the shower/tub. I consciously tried not to wet the floor, which was inevitable. On the side of the tub you could see the start of water damage (slight) where the water is always lingering. We were able to discover the neighborhood two stops north at Brenta. We found Indian food, Chinese food, a Carrefour and some other things. Going south to the next stop was a downer as there is only an 'American Diner.' Even further, the area looks less inviting so North was the better option. Overall it was an okay stay.