The hotel is attractive, an upgraded old tower. The rooms vary from extremely large and beautiful to very small and hot.
The advertised shuttle never appeared, each time with minimal excuse (the driver was tired . . . ) and each time I waited 30 minutes at the airport before finally being told to take a taxi. I stayed there at the beginning and end of my trip in March, 2010, and all all four occasions there was no shuttle visible.
The service at the hotel was minimal to none. I carried my own bags up (and down) two flights of stairs, with young people rushing to help me only as I crested the final stair. Since one rings at the bottom to be let in, it was clear that I was coming up. No directions were given about the room, (e.g., in the grand room one must let the hot water run for 10 minutes before it gets hot). On leaving, I carried my bags down all the flights of stairs to the bottom in the dark, found in the dark the light switch in order to open the locked door, and let myself out in the dark to find the taxi.
The hotel seems to be a social center for the neighborhood, as throughout the evening people were ringing the bell and running upstairs to watch TV together. On my last night there was a soccer match, with probably 20-30 young men in the tv room shouting throughout the match, in the room and in the halls.
I think it might be a fun hotel to own, but it certainly wasn't fun to stay there. I don't recommend it, and wouldn't stay there again.