Close to Expat bars, western fast food outlets and Nanjing University.
Staff speak a little English and they let me check in around 1000am after I had travelled on the sleeper train to Nanjing.
Checkout was a little more stressful on Sunday morning at 11.30am with a lot of others though.
Comfortable bed and pillows, 24 hour hot water, mugs, kettle and usual toiletries provided. Hair dryer in bathroom too.
Despite this hotel only opening in 2011, it is clearly popular and as a result rooms already seem a bit tired.
Note in Nanjing you have to pay a bit more for rooms so 250 RMB isn't going to get you anything fancy.