OK for a single night
Not suitable for people with disabilities. To get to our room we had to go down at least 3 sets of at least 3 stairs each, through three doors, none of which had disability buttons, and then up two sets of at least 7 stairs each, all part of a ridiculously long walk.
The room, which was a classified as an "Executive" suite, was nothing more than a slightly larger room. However, it was clean and relatively quiet as long as you keep the balcony door and/or the windows closed otherwise the traffic noise stops you from even being able to think.
The restaurant/dining room menu is also rather expensive so bring some snacks, sandwiches, little meat pies, etc.