A bit of an odd place. There are a lot of good things about it but a lot of bad too. The staff were really friendly but it is sometimes difficult to track them down, including at check in time. Our double room was right next to reception so there was a fair bit of noise. The room itself had some nice decoration, including a full body shower, but there was no hot water, which made it useless, and even if there had been the water pressure wasn’t high enough to use the full-body elements of the shower. There was also no door between the bedroom and the bathroom, which is odd.
Breakfast was ok and there is a nice area to sit outside, while it is close to the train station and the main good areas of town.
The Bohemian Place has a lot of good things but for every one of them your eye is drawn to a bad thing (like a patch of damp in the wall). It’s a nice art deco building and because of its age I’m sure it needs a lot of work all the time - if the owners can get on top of that it could become a great place to stay one day but right now it feels like a glorified hostel.