The best thing this place has going for it is its location. It's an easy walk to the cathedral and other sites, and there's a great waterfront street right across the river with a ton of restaurants.
The front-desk staff was helpful, which given the deficiencies of the hotel, they needed to be.
This is far and away the ugliest hotel we've ever stayed in. We got the "family suite". You walk in through a tiny kitchenette and into a "living room" furnished with a sofa bed and a small table with a TV. The other room has a full or maybe queen bed. There's absolutely no other furniture - no night stands, no dressers. There isn't even any bad art on the walls. It feels more like you're squatting in an recently abandoned apartment than staying in a hotel.
The WiFi was absolutely non-existent. I'm used to hotels having painfully slow WiFi, but at least it's there. The night we arrived, the hotel's network wouldn't even show up on the list of available networks on any of our devices or my laptop. The next morning, it briefly showed up, but only long enough to bring up the sign-in page before disappearing. So the place saying they have WiFi is basically false advertising.
Despite the room being set up supposedly for families and for four people, there were only two sets of towels in the room.
The room wasn't dirty per-se, but it didn't feel clean, either. The drab grey paint on the walls probably didn't help. Neither did the hole in the door between the rooms.
There is no air conditioning, and the fact that it's on a corner of two very busy streets meant that we had to choose between being kept up all night because the room was too hot, or being kept up all night because of the noise.
We definitely would not repeat at this hotel, not would we recommend it to anyone else.