This hotel is hard to rate because there were some really good things, and some really not good things. We liked the location, and the rooms were comfortable, though having the bathroom sink in the main room rather than the bathroom is not great when one person has to get up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom. There were no amenities in the room, like facilities to make coffee or tea, or even water glasses. The hotel is also very noisy; the walls must be paper thin. We could hear every conversation and noise from the rooms beside us and from the hallway. We were away from the elevator, but could hear every ding as the elevator door opened and closed. We were on an upper floor, so could hear the weekend dance party on the roof lounge like it was in our room. Earplugs were a necessity. Breakfast was supposed to be served between 8 and 10, but one morning wasn’t served until 9:30. There were never any knives with breakfast, so cutting eggs or putting jam on toast was a challenge. There were no condiments with breakfast so until my husband found salt and pepper and hot sauce behind the cafe bar, there was nothing to put on the eggs. The amount of food available was generous, but it felt incomplete for those reasons. Staff were nice, but often absent - it seemed like there was often no one around at the desk to answer questions or provide assistance. They are perhaps suffering from a post-Covid staffing shortage.