I was put into the very back of the building, which is quite a long walk down a corridor. This made trips to and from reception rather tedious. Another issue was the complementary "breakfast", which was quite frankly, a bad joke - tea, coffee, muffins, or muesli bars. Luckily, the diner across the road comes to the rescue. Also, my check-in was soured by a rather unfriendly night-time receptionist,
I was very pleasantly surprised of the size of the room (apartment), at least for the money I paid, it was fantastic value - including a kitchenette, sofa, TV, bathroom, and bed. It really is a loft-sized room. It's not too far from the Convention Centre if your game enough for a 45 minute walk, or to wait for a bus which will take you about half-way there (the bus can otherwise take you directly to 'The Strip'). There is a 24-hour diner right across the road, which was very handy for breakfast (see bad points).