Bed was a little too hard for my taste, but after a long day of walking and bike riding, frankly I didn't care. It was still "sleepable".
No elevator, which didn't bother me, but if you're not a stair climber and you're on the 3rd or 4th floor, you might have an issue.
Bartender in the lobby was constantly, though discreetly, offering me "female companionship" for the night ("I know pretty girl you like; I call her, tell her to come over..."). As a single guy traveling through Southeast Asia, I'm used to that, but it did get annoying after a while.
Was within a comfortable walking distance to eateries and pubs, as well as Old Market and Night Market. If you don't like to walk, however, renting a bicycle is easy and cheap ($2 for the entire day).
Not far from Angkor temple complexes: quick journey by tuk-tuk, or if you don't mind the exercise and a leisurely tour, rent a bike (it's at least 7 miles away, perhaps more depending on which temples you want to see). Riding the bike allows you to stop anytime and anywhere along the way, if you see something interesting...but it is a long ride.
Breakfast was pretty decent, including soup and omelette station.
Two complimentary bottles of water each day. Room fridge was nice and cold (though only powered when room key is inserted giving power to the room - not unusual). Complimentary coffee/tea maker. Safe for your valuables. Very quiet at night (re: not too much night activity after hours outside your window).
Pool is small, but clean and never crowded...and open late (at least 10pm)
Staff speak some English (some more than others). Helpful with planning for the day. Check-in/check-out was a breeze.