On the down side, the rooms were so tiny it was hard to squeeze between your luggage to create any aisle to maneuver. And it was almost impossible to open our room door if the adjacent hall door was kept open (our room was first one on end of a hallway) because the doors literally collided. Keeping that hallway door open for traffic was preferrable, however, or it would be noisily slamming every time someone came through it. If we were already inside our room and someone else had left the hallway door open and we hadn't figured out the trick, we wouldn't have been able to get out of our room! The only other annoyance was that, even though having luggage storage available in a far deep corner of the basement was very much appreciated, after all the hoops of getting the elevator and following all the curves and corridors to find the room, the key would only work one time and sometimes not that one time either, requiring another long delay of finding one's way back upstairs, standing in line at the reception desk, etc....it was a very, very frustrating and encumbersome experience!
The food was superb. The staff was friendly and accomodating, providing fans and even a demonstration on how to operate the shower.