The hotel is conveniently located near the railway station. Close to the entertainment district of Bochum with lots of bars and restaurants to chose from. In order to get to the hotel from the train station you have to pass through groups of intoxicated homeless folks. It might have been an exception but I was woken up in the morning at 8 by guests playing music very loud in their rooms. Doors were propped open the party moved between various rooms and the hallway. I asked the guests to turn the music down. Shortly after, a full bottle of beer was thrown at my door. The bottle broke and beer spilled under the door. I tried to reach the front desk by phone, because I did not feel safe. The front desk did not pick up. I walked down to the front desk to complain. I was told by the staff that everything is ok, because the guest that had caused the disturbance just had checked out. Later a member of house keeping cleaned up the broken glass and offered me to move into a different room, as my room needed serious cleaning as the beer had spilled into my room and soaked the carpet. I did not feel safe any longer and left as early as possible. The communication of the front desk staff in this situation was not adequate. Everything is clean, but the bathrooms are very small. They are so small that you have to sit sideways on the toilet. The rooms are reasonably priced, but the low price might attract customers, that do not know how behave in a hotel.