More like an escape room than a hotel
The hotel is actually the student dorm, which seems to be rented while the students are on vacation, at least that's my guess. Maybe that is why it's so hard to get around - you need to prove you're smart enough to be a student? First I had to find it, which wasn't trivial, since it looks nothing like a hotel and isn't even a single building. If you do find the desk, they give you a map and a magnetic key. Your task is to find your building, open multiple doors, each of which opens in a unique way. Even finding light switches is a challenge. Now try doing all that in the dark, with luggage, after a long flight... Otherwise, it's actually nice. Comfortable room, designed as a long term living space for one person, pretty clean, and the free breakfast is versatile and nourishing (if you can find the dining room). Had to wait about ten minutes at check in, because the guy was away, but the checkout took just seconds. In short, a very good value for the money, if you don't mind to be challenged and like quest rooms.