Aibek seems to be a nice guy. He was very easy-going regarding the check-in and check-out. He provided clean towels and a single packed hotel soap bar . There were two czech beers and czech snacks in the room. Sweet!
The room interior itself was, well... let's say functional. The bed was clean but the furniture and the whole room was worn-out.
Aibek said that there was a boiler in the room but no one would have guessed he was talking about such an infernal maschine! I'm not sensitive to noise and I lived in a flat with an old-fashioned gas heater in the bedroom. But even with hearplugs it was not possible to find sleep. If you're not completly knocked out, don't consider finding rest!
The toilet was a shock. Tiny, a dirty & broken window (to the chimney or something like that) and without a toilet seat! Maybe it was broken someday and never replaced.
The shower (in an extra room) was broken, too. The only thing holding it in place was mold. The drain was clogged - footbath for free - yay!
There was a small kitchen and a fridge. No use of that therefore I didn't worry to check cleanness or function.
The tram station is just around the corner. But you HAVE to use public tansportation to get into the old town. Walking to town is no option.
All in all: Aibek is a fine guy but the room is no option for a second visit.