We were reasonably pleased with the accommodation but felt a little uncmfortable as there were a lot of refugees on site, mostly young men hanging around all day.
With a young child this was a little unsettling.
The road leading to the hostel is uneven, broken, therefore causes real difficulties to reach without the car if someone has bigger luggage or is not a young, healthy person - there was no warning about it anywhere during booking. The road leads through the forest ('park') with limited lighting and I didn't feel there safe. The WI-FI theoretically exists but it's extremely poor and didn't allow me to connect to do my work.