A few bucks invested and a little more attentiveness of hotel staff could drastically improve this place. For the cost I wasn't expecting a lot, but there are some fixes that are definitely needed.
First room they gave me, the heavy steel door jam was damaged badly due to a break in with a crow bar at some point. The door wouldn't secure good so I took my luggage with me and they moved me to another room. The other room turned out to be secluded at the end of the hallway. The electronic door keys wouldn't work. So I took my luggage with me again and went to the front desk. Well, the guy who knows how to work their temperamental and unreliable card key machine wasn't going to be available for an hour. A girl walked me to the room, opened the door. I started getting comfortable in the room, moved heavy furniture against the door and put the do not disturb sign on the handle. About 5 minutes later, a forceful opening of the door occurred which scared the hell out of me. The maid was coming by to check out the room. An hour later, I walked down and somebody made the keys for me.
At night, I found out that the outdoor lights did not work on my wing of the building, and it was dark and scary. I called the front desk and all the guy could do was make excuses for why he couldn't turn on the lights, and that I'd have to call maintenance tomorrow and maybe they'd fix it.
Next morning, after returning to my room after brkfast, my key didn't work I AM OUT OF CHARACTERS