The accommodation itself is excellent and, if I hadn't stayed there in the midst of a record-breaking heatwave, would probably have left me with a different impression.
Unfortunately, this was a record-breaking heatwave, and so trying to sleep in a room temperature of over 28 degrees was seriously unpleasant. There's no functioning air-con, and the window opens a scant inch or so. That's not enough to cool the room, but plenty to admit the noise of the trucks and 200db motorcycles that seem to make up the overnight traffic on the Great West Road.
The check-in procedure is ludicrous - I had to scan my passport and debit card (I'm British, staying in British accommodation), and part with a £150 deposit.
I ordered parking at £15 a night, but received no access code to get through the entrance barrier - as I discovered at 1:00 am on the night of my arrival. not only did this prevent me from parking on-site, but meant that I couldn't use the electric vehicle charging points - my principal reason for ordering parking in the first place. On checking my bank account, I see I haven't been charged for parking, but this is hardly the point.
This is a modern, pleasant and well-maintained apartment block. But it's sadly let down by poor climate control and badly conceived booking arrangements.