The hotel is located in the district built in 50-es of the last century, as well as the hotel's building. Thereby, living there may be interesting for those who are interested in Soviet architecture. However, the surroundings are absolutely dull. One of the city beaches is a couple hundred metres away.
As to the hotel facilities, they are regular for a normal two star accommodation.
But the walls between rooms are too thin, so you can hear your neighbours talking. Hearing what happens in the corridor is also easy.
Floors and beds are squeaky. I have no other claims.