I reserved the room online the day before my layover. It was easy to reserve, and relatively inexpensive. Once I arrived, even though check-in time isn't until 2 p.m., the friendly and helpful staff were able to make a room available around 9 a.m. The check-in process at the hotel was simple and quick. You'll need a room key card to use the elevator, as well as to use the electricity (lights, temperature, TV, etc.) in the room. The television is operated with an iPad that is located in the room. The room itself was very clean and comfortable. This includes the bathroom as well. The water in the shower was nice and hot. There is also a marker on the ceiling which indicates which way the Qiblah is, and this was quite convenient. The hotel also provided a complimentary water bottle, which was much appreciated. Additionally, the refrigerator contains a variety of delicious snacks (chocolates, packaged peanuts, drinks, etc). However, if you choose to consume any of the items in the fridge, you will be charged a nominal fee by the hotel for those specific items that you eat/drink.
There is a gym and a pool at the hotel; however, unfortunately, I cannot provide feedback on those facilities because I was too tired to do anything but sleep.
There is a restaurant in the hotel, as well as a coffee shop on the lobby floor, however, I cannot provide feedback for that since I didn't eat there. Additionally, there are many diverse restaurants within walking distance (such as Lebanese, Indian, Chinese, American, etc.), as well as a shopping center.
Lastly (perhaps, most importantly), there is no free transportation FROM the airport to Suba Hotel, but you can easily take a cab; however, the hotel does provide a free shuttle TO the airport (which is approximately a 10-15 minute drive).
Overall, I would (and will) definitely return back to this hotel, and would highly recommend it to my friends and family.