First tip: do not go there. If you must, avoid rooms next to the elevator since almost the whole building can hear that people are using it.
Even if you avoid those rooms bring earplugs because the fridge (dated from the 60's) will make more noise than a mustang. Similarly the air condition.
Since most likely you will not be able to sleep, go to buy your own bread somewhere because the breakfast in this place is just awful.
The only positive thing is the people who work there who were polite.
And I forgot, prepare yourself to pay 200 $US for that experience.More