Lonely Planet review
With a superb location in the old Exchange Building, this budget chain is right in the heart of the action. A perfect choice if you're looking for something central and convenient that will still leave enough cash in your wallet for the fun stuff.
Caveat Emptor. If you're here for the party, you shouldn't care that your room has about as much flavour as day-old chewing gum - if all goes according to plan, you won't be spending much time here anyway. If you're not treating the place merely as a late-night crash pad, then you'll be happy to know that, while they won't win any design awards, the rooms are actually quite pleasant - if a little small. The fairly large beds certainly don't help to make small spaces seem bigger. Downstairs, the utterly inoffensive restaurant serves up big portions of the bland classics. It's also where you can tuck into a continental or fried breakfast: based on the sight of the heated sausages, we'd go for the continental every time.