It used to be the best of the second generation of hotels of Brasilia (built in the 1980s).
It is big - about 80 rooms per floor.
Many guests are owners of a room; many others stay long terms, such as Brasilienses who just got a divorce, or people from other States who are taking an office in the civil service (and stay in Garvey until they find a definite place).
This mix of dwellers with very different profiles seem to have lowered the standards of the hotel.
Staff is more interested in helping long term residents than short term guests (the ones who need more assistance).
The infrastructure is old; the furniture is old; expect problems with air conditioning, old dusty curtains, leaking plumbing, etc.