Great place to stay if you're not driving because parking is atrocious nearby. The location is subterranean and if arriving at night it's kind of difficult to find. The entrance light was broken so you'll need your phone's flashlight to enter the code.
When I arrived the stairs leading down was iced over and very slippery, so be cautious when walking down in the winter, not an issue when warm.
The unit's door dosen't stay shut by itself, so you'll have to use the Schlage deadbolt to keep it shut. When leaving close the door and press the Schlage logo to lock the door. The bathroom door also dosen't really lock, not a big issue.
The room was very nice, though part of the floor near the closet was obviously rotted and sank down as you stepped on it. Noise level is OK as you can hear people walking above you, and people talking in the hallway.
Parking is a nightmare, and don't park at the goverment center garage per property's recommendation because they gauge the **** out of you. I parked my car at 11pm and took the car out by noon the next day, $60. If you must drive, find street parking by a meter after 8pm - I was able to find it by the 7/11, download the parking app and set an alarm at 7:58am to wake up and pay $4 for 2 hours to 10am.
Overall a great alternative to hotels, except parking sucks but that's big city for you.