This might be unfair...
...because we can't know for certain. But we didn't think the sheets in our beds (two queens, my husband has a sleep disorder so this is generally our best option) had been freshly laundered. They were very worn and very rumpled the way my own sheets look at home after I've slept on them for a few days after putting on fresh sheets. Hotel sheets, laundered commercially and 'ironed' in the process of huge industrial stacks, never look like that. We stay in 10-12 different hotels per year, and of course we change on our own sheets at home. We know what fresh sheets look like.
Which makes other things a bit of a moot point. Lots of rickety issues with the building in general due to age. Heavy doors that slam on your butt, an elevator that rumbles like a dinosaur, and the like. One advantage to age, though, in these Corona Virus times--individual room air conditioner/heaters, so you're not on a shared air supply with other guests.
Great front desk, though. Stephanie was very kind and helpful.