I had an executive room on the 5th floor. The room was OK with adequate amenities. Nothing breathtaking, just a good standard business room. Water bottles were free and there were enough of them. Check in was OK. As usual the attendants are well trained and says yes to most everything, but it is not personal. I am sure it is meant to be, but as in most third world countries with little or no job protection (and plenty of job seekers) there's always a fine balance between pleasing the customer and overstepping the limitations of their job instructions, hence it does not feel personal, heartfelt and real - just odd. We had asked for a room with two separate beds, even called ahead, but it took two nights before they could accommodate our request. A bit annoying, since they promised it would happen tomorrow........twice(!). The reception area, as well as any other public area I saw, were well kept and of high standard. The restaurant adjacent to the reception offered a very good breakfast buffet. Enough options to please most travelers. I also enjoyed their lunch buffet a few times, as well as dinner one night. All visits which was of equal high quality. Thumbs up for both food quality and value! The pool area was nice and clean with attentive staff members. and no explanation was offered. A cold beer would have made the pool experience perfect, but no. For some strange and unknown reason, Sheraton does not allow alcohol to be served by the pool, as opposed to the neighboring Hilton. I also opted for a hotel car with driver. The driver was courteous and professional, but it was pricy. Go Uber.