Breakfast was in my top ten least satisfying complimentary breakfasts of all time. By the time we got to it it had already been standing around for an hour or so and wasn't exactly aesthetically appealing. It's free, so not the end of the world, but it's not something I really wanted to leap out of bed for after the first day. If you're in a hurry to get somewhere it's filling (there are boiled eggs, cold meats, cheeses, cereal, salad, etc to choose from), but it won't be winning any prizes any time soon.
Drains in the bathroom were a bit smelly if we didn't run the water for a while, but didn't really bother the two of us. Shower compartment was very narrow - I'm really short so it wasn't a problem but my partner is 6'3" and I think he had trouble using it with the door closed.
Hotel was really, really close to the bus station, Damascus gate and the Garden Tomb, so getting to the sights we wanted to see was really easy.
Our room (located on the ground floor) was very spacious. Double beds are actually double beds and not two singles pushed together. Rooms were well appointed, if a little shabby. I had forgotten my toothbrush but there was a new one along with a few other bits and bobs (shampoo, sewing kit, hand cream etc) available in the room. Saved me a trip to a local shop.
Food in the evening was good. We arrived fairly late and the hotel was still able to serve us, which was a bonus.
Staff were friendly and generally very helpful. If I found myself in the area again would consider going back.