If you set your expectations appropriately, this won't be a bad place to stay. However, there is a lot of room for improvement as well.
To begin with, it is very hard to find the hotel because there is no sign by the road. The hotel is located inside an undergraduate dormitory at the hospitality and economics university in Kiev (an odd combination academically to be sure). There are multiple room types; if you book a twin room there is a shared bath. The suite and junior suite have ensuite baths. This is properly disclosed so do pay attention to what you book.
The facilities are old and not in good repair. Considering the price, the deferred maintenance isn't surprising, but the refrigerator didn't work in my room and apparently hasn't for two years. Carpets are worn and dirty. The common areas are faded and in need of updating. WiFi struggles to provide a good connection as in many Soviet-era concrete institutional buildings.
This isn't the fault of the hotel, but there is a giant construction site next door and they start early in the morning every day with very noisy construction. Be aware of this "free alarm clock" or ask for a room not facing it.
Many of the facilities and services advertised are borderline fanciful - it's a worn, threadbare college dorm, folks. One with friendly staff who are making the best of it, but a college dorm nonetheless. Set your expectations appropriately and you will not be disappointed. The star level should be one star, though, not 2.5.