When my husband and I arrived at Hotel Marco Polo II and opened the bedroom door where we would stay in for two days, we were surprised by a very strong smell of cigarette. We soon realized that actually the strong smell of cigarette was inlaid on the pillows, the mattress and the curtains. The bathtub was dirty, full of hair. The shower curtain contained mold. The toilet (which contained several dark spots leaving you with a dirty look) was a little broken discharge which made it difficult to use it. Therefore, the hygiene and cleanliness of the room was disappointing and inconsistent with the external and communal area of the hotel that looked clean.
But the worst was yet to come. At about 23:30 hours, when we were very tired and wanted to sleep, drunk young people started talking very loud in our hallway and knock on several doors, including on our door. We asked them to stop doing this, but they just laughed and then continued. Others guests were doing many other noises (eg, there were hairdryers connected for a long time, or there were several young people gathered in one room where they talked and laughing loud). There were also young people whistling and singing as they walked through the halls of the hotel. Doors banged all the time. We asked "please be quiet!" But the situation remained. We called the reception and asked for tranquility to sleep as we needed wake up early the next day. They told that they would resolve the situation, but nothing was done. Aside from the noise of drunken young people still had three more unbearable noises: 1) the extremely old elevator (lift), which made a loud noise whenever someone used it; 2 °) the noise from the street outside the hotel which is very busy cars and people walking and talking; 3) the noise of nightclubs that surround the hotel. Loud music came to shake the walls of the hotel.
It's a cheap hotel with friendly staff.