I booked a standard room with two queen beds. The room was clean and reasonably spacious, though the furniture looks old from the design, but was all in fine shape. One sign of the hotel being a bit older though is that there is no 'master' switch to turn on and off all lights. So you have to walk around the room and flip all the switches. The big plus of the hotel is what's nearby. The hotel itself is on a main boulevard, which is not the prettiest, a short walk away are car and motorcycle repair shops. However, the neighborhood is busy and does not feel in the slightest dangerous. Once you cross the main boulevard you are in an older part of the city with many cafes and restaurants in walking distance, including 'hawker' type markets. I suspect it may be an expat neighborhood as there were many western food restaurants. Evergreen was well worth it, I would stay again.