Good thing: I'm not paying for it!
Not so good thing: I do have to pay for the internets (20 lbs/day for internet?!?!)
Good thing: Very nice room with a lot of space! (Hard to find in europe)
Not so good thing: Strange artsy dress form thing on metal rod that made me jump every time I looked over at her. I asked her to be removed...
Good thing: Very nice customer service -- one of the main customer service people introduced herself to me while I was checking in, asking if I had any special food requirements or if I would like anything special. (Dude.)
Not so good thing: Mini-bar no one should really afford. (I also had it removed from my room so I wouldn't be tempted -- there's a Tesco mini mart right down the street.)
Good thing: the cleaning staff don't put your stuff back where THEY want it. I rearranged the bathroom to my liking, including where the trash can was, and they left it like I arranged it. This is huge. In Mexico City I gave up after 2 days of the cleaning people putting stuff where they liked it.
Really, there's nothing too bad about any of it. But I will be looking at apartments very soon, hopefully tomorrow. I just want to be settled into my own spot.