Our room was located on the first floor, right above the signs of the hotel. These signs were lit up brighter than the surface of the Sun (although thankfully, not as hot). The curtains tried their hardest, but we're no match for the overpowering floodlights.
Also, we were treated to a double strength dose of chiropractic alignment of our backs because the beds were harder, and more pointy than the bastion under which Klodzko rests. These beds have seen better days, perhaps in the 1970's when they were only 10 years old.
Our television did not want to work, but thankfully with the paper-thin walls we were able to listen in on next door even at 3:00 in the morning.
In summary, too bright (at night), too hard (beds), and too thin (walls).
The location was superb, really close to Klodzko Miasto train station. The hotel had clear signs and we had no problems checking in. The room existed and had a bathroom. The staff were really quite helpful and gave us lots of information on the hits of the town. The WiFi was also pretty good.