The staff were ok, but like weren't particularly social. Maybe it's just the culture of the small, quiet, suburban town. I also didn't the like the face that they didn't have soap by thesink in the room. And when I asked the receptionist for hand soap, she gave me--get this--shampoo. Unless I (a female) want hair growing out of the other side of my palms, please don't give me a shampoo in place of an ANTIBACTERIAL hand soap. That's just gross. :(
The wifi was ok in the room, but nonexistent at the main entrance/waiting area. The receptionist said it was due to the country-wise blackout from the day before, so I'll let that go, as he let me go back into the hallway of the rooms to make my booking for my next destination (I forgot to do it the night before). There's breakfast too. Nothing fancy, but at least it exists. With fruit. Healthy start for any traveler.