This hotel really took me back to the grand hotels of the 1960s and 70s in its scale and fittings. Not bad in itself but it does trigger some melancholy reflections on how yesterday's luxury merely seems quaint and slightly bizarre nowadays.
No problem at all as far as cleanliness and amenities go but you could almost imagine yourself in "The Shining" in some of the public areas, which are airless and just smell old. The breakfast room is particularly depressing and geared to the conference trade which seems to be the hotel's mainstay nowadays. The restaurant is good and I have reviewed it separately.