The check-in desk is on the second floor and the breakfast room is on the sixth floor, the elevator was in-operable (and from the looks of the elevator it hasn't been operable for years#.
There is a spiral staircase that has 20 steps to each floor, so 40 steps to the Check-in desk – with baggage!
We were first assigned a room on the second floor #205. This was a double room, but had a set of bunk beds also. The curtains were two different lengths with one being about a half a foot shorter and they had stains on them that looked similar to tooth paste. The bed spread was dirty and stained, but the sheets were clean.
There was a small desk that enclosed a refrigerator that we were told did not work, #maybe it did there was no socket anywhere nearby to plug it in# and the drawer panel on the desk unit was broken and hanging loose vertically.
There was no shower nozzle and the shower door was badly cracked and had been patched with duct tape. The towels were thin and short like and infants towel.
The clerk was unable to turn on the air conditioning unit so she left and came back with a remote control #only one remote control for the entire building ) but was unable to get the AC going. We were then told there was a better room on the sixth floor with a working air conditioner.
We hauled our bags up 80 stairs only to find that the AC in that room was also not working. When we went back down stairs to complain, the shift had changed and the new clerk stated that he knew that the one on the sixth floor didn’t work, but the AC was fine in the room that we had just left. We went back to room 205 and the new clerk got the AC to work. No control of the temperature, but we had AC and could open the window if needed. So 80 steps back up to get our bags and 80 steps back down with baggage.
The Staff at the hotel was wonderful in spite of having to work in such terrible conditions.
Heed my warnings!