... but considering the price, what you get can be OK. Can be because it very much depends on the room you´re given. The first room was a dank and damp windowless cell and a weak light bulb. The A/C was as dated as the furniture in the room and cleanliness in general isn´t exactly a strong point of the Hotel San Remo. After insisting I was transferred to a much nicer room - ask for the ones with window to Calle 31!
The bed was comfortable and my new room spacious and with lots of light. The rooms come with cable TV and private bathroom. Don´t expect the rooms to be spotlessly clean. I found loads of dark hair on the floor and in the bathrooms. However, the hotel was not filthy, just not too clean either. If you´re not too picky, you should be alright.
Some of the staff were pleasant, especially those present in the evening, while some were (at best) not overly motivated. The area the hotel is in is OK during the day, but I wouldn´t wander off to far after dark. The Old Town is a mere 30-minute walk away. Or use UBER, which worked just fine for me.
I really don´t understand the reviews and the ratings the San Remo gets on several websites. It´s at best mediocre and was definitely the least pleasant place during my five weeks in Latin America (and not the cheapest either!). I would not go back to the Hotel San Remo if I could help it. I heard from some people that there are much nicer hotels in the Albrook area with only slightly higher rates. If you just stay for one or two nights, you should be alright though.
PS: Wi-fi was slow, erratic and there was no signal in most of the rooms, which is why there´s always people sitting on the steps and in the corridors.