Located on the main street in town. The staff were friendly and cheerful. It was four flights of stairs up to my room on the 3rd floor. It appeared most rooms are set back from the main road so noise was minimal.
My room was a decent size, comfortable bedding and good cable TV. But sadly, no wardrobe or shelving to place clothes. I had to live out of my suitcase so to speak. Given my other accommodations on this trip this was not unusual. The fridge did have various drinks and some snack foods.
During daytime there is no potential threat to a foreigner walking around in crowded areas but at night time I was advised to take a trike rather than walk anywhere, which is what I did. Martial Law 10pm to 4am. I was here for two days and never saw another foreigner.
Overall, from my research, this hotel is probably the pick of what is available. Being in a small town out in the countryside I wasn't expecting too much but I was pleasantly surprised.