I'm glad I stayed at this hotel for 3 nights. They were courteous and offered amenities like a hair dryer and iron & ironing board (on request), and they even had an attendant allocated to each floor should you need anything. I suspect I was upgraded to a nicer room upon arrival as it seemed nicer and bigger than what I thought I'd booked. My room had a small balcony, although the door to it was locked and I had no key for it. I think other rooms had unlocked balconies as I could see them when I walked around. The tv had full cable channels, and the breakfasts were good enough.
The one drawback is its location. A few times I walked into, or back from, the city center, but you're better off taking an Uber each time. It's just far enough to waste precious time, and it's not a pleasant walk.
The hotel is located directly across from a major hospital, and you have all sorts of sick or injured people strewn throughout the street. It also seems to be located next to some local temples, as you have additional crowds of people in prayer throughout the street. The rest of the crowds seemed to be homeless. So not a fun mix to walk around in, and you'll be looked at, if not approached.
Again, take a taxi or Uber where you need to go and use this place as your resting spot, and it's a good stay.