The room was right above the pool, and the noise was so loud during the night that it was difficult to sleep. There were multiple nights when reception had to be called to complain about the noise. The wi-fi never worked. The smartphone and the computer would connect to the wi-fi, and within 2 minutes it would disconnect again. This happened on three different smartphones and two different laptops, so we know it wasn't our devices. Don't expect to have a good internet connection in the hotel if you stay here, because the router was constantly resetting. There was one day when we couldn't shower because there was no water in the room. We turned the knob for the faucet both in the sink and in the shower, and only air came out. Other days, the water pressure was so low, that it was impossible to shower well. At breakfast, we would arrive before others and sit at our table, and other guests would be served breakfast before us. The walls are thicker than in some hotels I've stayed in, but you can still hear neighbors voices and televisions through the walls. The cost for a taxi from the hotel to Sobornii Prospekt for us in November 2018 was about 35 UAH, which at the time was about $1.20 (USD), which is reasonable. The staff is friendly and helpful. You can call and order food delivery to the hotel from many restaurants and cafes on Sobornii Prospekt (the main street in Zaporizhya) for free, if you can speak Russian or Ukrainian well and have a working telephone.