The experience reflects a bed-and-breakfast establishment, rather than a traditional hotel. The building is older, has a lot of wallpaper, and the amenities such as the HVAC and plumbing reflect the trappings from a time gone, long-ago.
Since we had a late arrival, the "inn-keeper" was not there; she instead called us gave us the access codes to the front door and our room.
Upon arrival at the room, we did not how to operate the fireplace, so we did not bother with it. We were told we had complimentary wine, but did not see any wine laying around. We finally figured out how to get the heat going (late January stay) with a portable ceramic heater hidden in a closet. There were some signs strewn about the room explaining some things, or pointing to other things (a sign by a lightswitch said there are more light switches behind the vanity mirror) - without the guided tour of an inn-keeper, we felt like we were deciphering puzzles in an escape room.
There were no elevators to the upstairs rooms, that know of.
Overall, I may come back if I am in the mood to go down memory lane of years of old. But not likely.