It's a real estate opportunity. I'd take the building down or if it has good bones--it's relatively recently built --go down to the joists and completely redo--I question the bones as the floors aren't level. Kehler once had a great name--now its mediocre to poor. I'd invest in redevelopment.
The hallways are not clean, they smell of age--perhaps it's the odor of dust. The room was not cleaned properly--used soap in the shower, waste basket not emptied. The hotel seemed poorly managed. Even a tired old building can be kept bright, clean, and spotless.
Everything about the hotel can be improved so I'd start with the manager.