If you don't like the elevators and want to use the stairs instead,
dont use the stairways #3 !! You cannot exit these stairs since all of
the doors only open on the outside; once inside, you are trapped. You
have to bang like mad on the door, waiting for some customer in a nearby
room to open you. Imagine what would happen in a case of fire!! The
staff at the reception adopt a Monty Python attitude and pretend the
problem does not exist ("but there are three staircases!").
Other security hazards: if you want to use the kettle for tea, make sure you first unplug it once it starts boiling and throwing hot water in all directions, and then get a thick towel to grab the handle, otherwise you'll get burnt badly. If you use the chair, do not lean backward, it is made in a flexible metal and you'll fall over.
The rest is, in comparison, only minor inconveniences (the entire hotel is decorated with 'artsy' pictures and sculpture of naked men with large dripping penises, the closet is minuscule and obstructed by a table in front of it, the table has a large knob sticking out in the middle of it, so that you cannot use it to work or put a tray on it, etc.. ).
To top up this, half of the staff is nice, but does not speak English, and the other half does speak English, but is not very helpful, if not borderline rude.