Pretty bad place. They continually seek to see how little they can do to stay in business.
The place is dingy and not well maintained. Carpet was old, stained and thread worn.
On arrival the guy behind the desk said: "Room 25. You're lucky, you have a window!" Yep, that was the only way to get any fresh air in the room. Of course, that let in the the full range of street noises all night long. The sheer curtain in the window was ripped and worn where it has rubbed against the window sill for ages.
The toilet would flush only once out of 3-4 times despite the "instructions" of "Hold the lever down for 2 seconds."
We went down to the breakfast about 5 min before they indicated they were to close but found a very surly guy tell us they were closed. WE looked around and found some stale rolls and went elsewhere.
The website says they have "partial elevator." That means the elevator stops on a landing between floors. You still have to use the stairs to go up (or down) to the floor your room is on.
I asked about their posting a letter for me and was told, "I never use the post office."