When I tried to check in, the reception said they had no record of my booking, despite the fact I had received confirmation emails from Expedia. They said the problem is with Expedia, not them, but who know? Anyway, luckily they had a room- actually, it wasn't lucky, but more about that in a bit.
So, the good points: well, the guy on reception didn't speak very much English but tried to be helpful with check-in issues; the communal lounge area was pleasant with snacks and beverages available to purchase; there was a nice outside terrace area; the rooms were cleanish, and, despite not having any windows, would have been fine for one night.
You do have to walk up a fairly long flight of stairs to get to the hotel, which may be a challenge for some; the room facilities are basic; you can hear next door breathing; the pictures make it all look a bit nicer than it really is (don't they usually) and there's not a lot in the immediate area.
I realise I'm saying what a lot of reviewers have said, but I want to be fair, because what no seems to have mentioned is cockroaches.
It might just be me being picky about this particular aspect. However, I've shared rooms before, but not with this many: I turned on the light in the middle of the night and they went scurrying back into the gaps in the rather decayed skirting boards and walls. There was one hanging out on the door frame right by the bed and a couple having a drink in the bathroom. No, no, no, no, no. Just no. At 4am, I left.