Where to begin....
The biggest issue I have is the apparent lack of pride/ownership. It would seem that there is only one key to the front door, and the man who works here took it with him when he left...so the front door has been consistently locked. It took quite a long time of ringing the bell, and finally shouting, to get buzzed in. The lady who came out of her room and stood by the desk, looking exasperated, repeatedly insisted that it wasn't her fault that guests were being left outside. (I didn't mention the telephone ringing every time someone rang the bell...other reviews have mentioned the paper thin walls...note this ringing was at all hours.) Look, I understand that there might be only one key to that door (probably something that needs changing), but if you are running a business, or if YOU are left in charge, it is YOUR responsibility. Figure out a way around the problem...maybe sit down by the front door with a book until the guy with the key gets back. Maybe just answer the doorbell that is being rung ad nauseam to the chagrin of the guests fortunate enough to have made it inside. What really got me was that she wouldn't even apologize. Didn't seen to even care at all. As far as she was concerned, it was neither her fault nor her responsibility. For me, that's a major problem.
To follow up on lack of pride/ownership, I noticed many worn-down and/or broken fixtures. Light fixtures were missing bulbs, the TV didn't work, the sink wobbled, the faceplate on the bathroom wall outlet was very loose, the toilet paper roller was broken and there was a maybe 30-40% left roll there with no replacements, the one bath towel was sloppily folded, the wall tiles where the toilet's pipes went into the wall were broken and were just a hole, part of the shower fixture was broken, and a piece popped off the radiator when I brushed by it.
Now, I realize that it's a low-price place and you get what you pay for.
Location was a short walk from the city center, the train station, and the bus station.