This hotel is actually called hotel Iro. I stayed here from 13-20 June 2008. I stayed in room 209. I have some remarks: No shower curtain so everything gets wet after taking a shower. The curtains in the bedroom are more like lace curtains so they let in much light, you can look into the rooms of the opposite hotel. The food is very modest; bread, bread and more bread in the morning, some cheese, meat and tomatoes, yoghurt, cornflakes, no boiled or fried eggs. At night plenty of salad + tzatziki and a main course. It's recommendable to get your dessert when you get your main course, otherwise the Russians will take everything.