Lack of cleanliness was an issue.
They keep the coffee machine, cups and utensils in the bathroom across from the toilet (see photo). Why on earth would they do that? Everyone with any sense knows you’re not supposed to eat or drink where you poop. Everyone with any sense knows that flushing a toilet launches urine and feces particles into the air, therefore it’s probably not a good idea to keep the coffee machine, cups and utensils in the bathroom.
The remote control was found in a sleeve printed with the words “fresh remote” (and an odd recycling symbol), implying that the remote was sanitized. (Some places do sanitize the remotes, supposedly.) However, the sleeve was found with stains on the front and back (see photos), probably a good indication that they do not in fact sanitize the remotes. I mean, if they want to mislead their guests into thinking the remotes are sanitized, why not at least put them in “fresh remote” sleeves that don’t look dirty?
The complimentary toiletries did not appear to be new or clean (see how the bottle in the photo looks dirty).
The shower did not work. Water ran through the tub spout, but the mechanism to divert the water to the shower head was broken. In that case, it was a good thing that the coffee cups were within reach in the bathroom because they were useful in creating a makeshift shower.
Not that this is uncommon across hotels, but it is noisy. You can clearly hear people talking and coughing through the walls. A woman had a coughing fit, and a man could clearly be heard asking her if she would like some water. Nice to hear that your neighbors have such a great relationship.
And the pool is not heated. less