No elevator. No handicap access. Accommodation is outdated and old-fashioned. Decor very old. Location far from center, action, train station. Premises in need of renovations e.g. paint peeling outside building, concrete cracked, lack of landscaping. Keys-only one per room and metal key on keychain. Doors thin. Could hear guests in hallway at night talking and opening their doors with the key. Receptionist-unhelpful, did not offer any advice, she ignored us upon arrival while talking on the telephone. Room-lights dim, window handle missing, no telephone, no hair dryer or iron (need to ask at reception or will not have), no toiletries other than soap. While it was nice to have a beach close by, it was not the main part of Sopot and a very long walk to get to the center e.g. restaurants, cafes, pier, main pedestrian street. There was a lack of places around to eat and transportation to center was lacking and unclear. Having no elevator was a major issue as had persons who had trouble walking and this was not clear on the website when made the reservations. Accommodation felt more like a student hostel than a hotel. This should be clear when booking a reservation in particular for foreigners, as we were disappointed when we saw substandard conditions.