Located between the train station and the main tourist attractions, a 2 minute walk from a small supermarket, the location is the best feature. We stayed there before and after our Mongolian tour.
Very popular with local tourists who seem to think they are still roaming the Mongolian steppes all alone, their main nocturnal habits consist of drinking vast amounts of vodka, yelling at each other and banging endlessly on the doors of any of their friends who may be trying to sleep. Complaining to reception brought apologies and sympathy but no action.
We ate breakfast there, because we couldn't find anywhere else, with one of us going into the kitchen to cook the eggs-it takes a brave person to face uncooked cucumber and sausage omlettes. The kitchen ran out of supplies constantly, so it was hit and miss if you would get bread,
or tea (Lipton) or coffee.