A tired old building , a small footprint, with aging finish and fixtures.
A favourite of nearby by embassies to house folks in town from abroad for a short time, expect chaos at the front desk and diplomats and their young female admirers in the bar.
The building is expensive, clearly was once quite grand, but now has a funny smell faded carpets and stained, worn furniture. The amities in the bathrooms were very nice. Towels and linens very high quality.
This is by no means a dive, just vastly overpriced and resting on laurels decades past due.