The first sketchy sign was the location/layout of the hotel. You pull into a parking lot with a little reception building, a big Chinese restaurant and a smoke shop. You have to call a number on the reception door to get a staff member to come check you in. After that, we were directed to follow the road behind the Chinese restaurant to the actual hotel/our room. We parked, entered the building and were greeted by an awful smell (like a very strong varnish). The room was clean, but freezing and there were no blankets in sight besides the sheet/thin blanket/decorative "tissue" on top. Most concerning things: first thing in the morning, we shut the door and realized that the door could be opened from the outside with a simple shove. We tested it multiple times to ensure it wasn't just the way we were shutting it. That said, anybody could've entered our room at any point that day. To make things better, when we returned to the hotel at ~1AM, we tried to enter our room only to realize that the door wouldn't open. No, it wasn't the card - the green light flashed when we tried the card over and over - the actual door wouldn't open. When you've had issues of not being able to lock the door and you get back to a hotel behind a Chinese restaurantat night to a door that doesn't open for no plausible reason, what's the first thing you think? Yeah, scary. We called the staff who arrived shortly after. He, too, had problems entering the room. When he finally got it open, we asked about reimbursement for one of the nights and he said that all he could do we change our room (yeah, because another room will change things). He said the door was that way due to the "land settling" and that we would've had to check out that morning in order to get money back. What and what?
The staff was reactive to issues that arose i.e. bringing my friend and I blankets and coming at late at night to open our room when the door wouldn't open ("due to the land settling"). The rooms themselves were pretty clean. The wifi worked.