We traveled with another couple and booked two rooms. Both couples join in the foloowing assessment.
The administrative office of this hotel is located on the fourth floor of a different building (approximately one block away) from the suite you will be using. Upon check-in, our host, Martin, gave us a very thorough briefing of the city (pointing out on a map where, restaurants, food stores, shopping and sight-seeing attractions are located) that was very helpful to us during our three-day stay.
Unfortunately, Martin's briefing turned out to be the highlight of our stay. Our suite was located on the first floor (second floor for Americans) and involved slogging our suitcases up 20 stairs, from the dingy entrance way, where two garbage cans are stored. The suite, itself, was old and tired and far below acceptable standards of cleanliness. The only upholstered chair was so soiled, it would have been impossible to sit in it without dirtying your clothes. The only other upholstered piece of furniture--an uncomfortable bench-cum-fruton-- was supposed to be white, but, instead, was grey with age and grime. The too-old mattress had no mattress cover.
When we checked in, the bulb over the sink in the bathroom was spent and the fixture over the kitchen table hung at a tilt. These problems were corrected over the next two days, but the suites obviously are not checked thoroughly between guests. Shortly after check-in, I pulled out one of the kitchen chairs on the seat of which was a crumpled paper towel containing the food that I presume was wiped from the hands and mouth of the prior occupant. When we returned to our suite on the afternoon of the second day, a used and dirty cleaning rag was on the floor underneath the sink.
The bathroom was miniscule precluding use by two persons at the time and contained an even smaller shower in which it was nearly impossible to maneuver.