Not a place to sleep when the weather's hot.
This hotel has no air conditioning. That would be alright except that it is in the noisiest neighborhood imaginable. The window is large and when open can cool the small room adequately. When closed it can keep out most of the incessant noise of the street. It can't do both at the same time. So either way, you won't get a good sleep.
Street noise at this location includes hundreds of motorcycles, dozens of sirens, and young men who yell at each other until 4 AM. The buses seem quiet in comparison. There's also an elevated section of the Metro nearby with an obnoxious expansion joint that gives a loud clunk for each axle that passes over it (4 per car, 5 or 6 cars per train). The Metro shuts down around 1 AM, and that's good, but then it starts up again about 5:30 AM.