The internet is routinely spotty and quite bad -- so much so, that you should not even assume they have wifi.
If you're lucky and are in a "wifi friendly" part of the hotel, you're fine. But if not, you will *probably* need to use your own phone as a hotspot. This is a biginterruption for business travelers.
As a business owner traveling, on two separate occasions, I had time-sensitive needs for wifi (i.e., once, sending a time-sensitive file to upload via email; another, having a time-sensitive video chat for work) and the interruption in service was clear and formidable. It also created stress as I was quickly trying to figure out a backup solution immediately before a meeting. The hotel should simply tell guests what to expect so scenarios like that do not occur.
Also, their TVs are a bit bizarre (there are no 'power' buttons? They all seem removed? Huh?) and a bit dated as they are not flat screens.
Lastly, the environment is definitely a bit seedy. I think there's a homeless shelter nearby, lots of folks with drug or alcohol problems very nearly, and I don't feel that comfortable at all walking here at night and avoid it if I can.
Other than Safety, Internet, and TV -- it's one of the better backup options I've found so far if your ideal hotel is not available.
Most of the staff is great. The beds are clean and crisp. The restaurant next door makes great breakfast. I appreciate how helpful everyone is.