Our first room, smelled like sewage, and there were pubic hairs in the bathtub, so we asked the reception if we could change. Since the hotel was supposed to be 'full', the only room they could offer us was one right above the highway where the room actually vibrates when a bus drives by. At least it smelled clean.. however before the change was made, she suddenly came up with another (supposedly quieter room) once the pedantic receptionist (Reyes) found out I was pregnant. She made it sound like she was doing us such a favor, but what I wonder is, why didn't she just offer us this room to start with? When we asked why the rooms were smelling, she claimed that this was normal and depended on the orientation of the rooms 'as an interior designer' she knew all about this. Well, unless you are a civil engineer or an architect... I'm not sure I respect the 'sorry we can't do anything about it' attitude. If the hotel has a design flaw, then have it fixed. The final room we ended up in had the same problem. We ended up fixing it by plugging all the holes of the bidet and sink with moist toilet paper. As for silent, the hotel might have double glazing, but the rooms themselves are so poorly isolated that we could hear the snoring of the neighbor, and the loud conversing of party-goers coming back at 1 a.m. You can even hear somebody having a conversation in a normal tone of voice in the corridor..
Besides that, the breakfast lacks any warm items, and the wait staff is rude to say the least. Avoid if you can at all costs.