The hotel is surprisingly dirty. The lobby looks fine but when you get to the room floors, the carpets are heavily soiled. There have been no updates to the ceilings which are crusty, and walls. Don't use the stairs if you don't want to throw up. The carpet over the stairs has never been swept in the last 20 yrs it seems, and the stains on the walls are disgusting. I took pictures since it was the dirtiest hotel area I have seen, even traveling all over Africa where villages lodgings are cleaner than this. From its heights of 4 stars a million years ago, I would say that this is at worst a 1 star hotel and at best a 2 star hotel. Internet is spotty and some nights was unavailable -- as I was here for business, this was a problem. The two saving graces are that the room was okay as was the dinner. The hot water worked in the tub even though it didn't in the sink, the bedsheets were clean, the towels smelt fresh and the TV and AC worked. So, at the basic level it works if you can close your eyes to the rest and if you are on a budget. The breakfast was boring but plentiful and the dinner buffets seemed adequate though there were copious amount of food for the few people that frequented the dinner causing me to wonder what they did with all the food left over- hopefully not recycled again. I used this hotel because my company rated this hotel as relatively secure -with armed guards all over, and baggage x-rays at the door. Next time I will find a better option.