The hotel was almost fully booked but the suite was vacant when we arrived here in a late evening. We thought that the suite must be at least okay (somewhere around 80-100 USD) even if this hotel is mid-range. We were wrong.
The suite is large with three (!) balconies but the interior and cleanliness were very bad. The sofas and chairs were very worn with old chewing gum stuck in the edges, the coffee and tea cups had dried yellow liquid marks inside, the coat hangers were broken and twisted in the closet, the closet doors were hanging and impossible to close. There were some dangerous electrical work with naked wires being put inside the sockets, the water pressure was non-existant and the bathroom had many broken furnitures. The mosquito net did not reach over the whole bed and couldn't be used and the lock on the main door was hanging with about one screw keeping it together. The room was in need of some serious maintenance and facelift.
This being the suite, we can't imagine how the other rooms are but this is not the way to teach the hotel school students who work here. The breakfast was okay and the staff was friendly. It is not the fault of the staff, their teacher/manager needs to do something before we can recommend this place to anyone.