The front desk is open 24 hours and staff were very friendly, one saw I was working in the lobby and offered me coffee. The location is pretty good, right next to the main touristy shopping street and within walking distance of lots of stuff. The lobby was nice to sit in and the wifi in the room worked pretty well.
Unfortunately, the entire building has a constant hum at 299hz (I measured it) and it was loud enough at certain points in the room to drive me crazy. It seemed to come from all around the room and was present throughout the building, it was probably connected to the pipes or AC or something.
The internals of the building were pretty dated, so the lift was tiny and there were raised bits on the entrance to rooms that you could trip over. The rooms use physical keys rather than keycards and you have to leave your key with the front desk. The room itself was small but reasonably clean and had a decent desk, so if you're travelling solo for business and get the room cheap then it's not too bad.
They did let me store my bags in a room for a while and the front desk was 24/7 so that was good, but there was no ticket system and they just left the room unlocked. It didn't feel particularly secure. Overall if it's very cheap then it's fine but if it's not too much more expensive I would go for one of the larger chain hotels. That weird 299hz hum really wasn't good.