Like other people say, when the taxi drops you off here you usually walk right passed it. It's in an old warehouse area that has undergone considerable refurbishment and I presume modern signage is not allowed. The rooms are a good size with comfy king size bed, 2 seater sofa and a desk and a sturdy table to place the suitcase. Decor is nice but there really are not any views. Of all the hotels I have stayed in in the world this is the only one where you have to physically remove your plastic room key from its housing to get all the lights off. In the night you have to then relocate that key and its housing in order to get the bathroom light on - I can see the practical side of that but it is annoying after a few nights. Generally this hotel is well situated to businesses in the area and Etihad Stadium as well as a number of good pubs and restaurants. Some strange noises during the night take some getting used to. Breakfast was good. A few errors on my bill on check out.