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Small hotel with big room. Benefits: we had two bathrooms, big space, nice breakfast and terrace, clean. Could be better: air...
Very simple and cosy little hotel. The room had tree beds and it is not that comfortable. The beds were clean but the carpets...
Opted for the better rooms and had plenty of space. Room a little dated but clean. Breakfast fine for me. Hotel is within...
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Mike Koyul wrote a review Sep 2016
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia62 contributions13 helpful votes
Small hotel with big room.
Benefits: we had two bathrooms, big space, nice breakfast and terrace, clean.
Could be better: air in the room was disaster because room are closed too long, I suggest clean lady have it open all day if day are not rented, old fashion curtains should be replaced because they took dust, matrases are old and should be replaced in order to get better sleep
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Date of stay: September 2016Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Dubravka M wrote a review Mar 2016
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Very simple and cosy little hotel. The room had tree beds and it is not that comfortable. The beds were clean but the carpets not.

It us ok place to spend few nights if you are visiting that area, because of a good price.

There is no bar service after 23 and that is not a good thing. Breakfast good and tasty
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Date of stay: March 2016Trip type: Travelled on business
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LouJohnson wrote a review Mar 2015
Stafford, United Kingdom318 contributions98 helpful votes
Opted for the better rooms and had plenty of space. Room a little dated but clean. Breakfast fine for me. Hotel is within walking distance of the railway station and probably 20 minutes from the town centre. The staff deserve a special mention as they were all pleased to help and made the stay special.
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Date of stay: March 2015Trip type: Travelled solo
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AussieTravelAddict8 wrote a review Mar 2015
Perth, Australia87 contributions53 helpful votes
The staff at this hotel were lovely, but the hotel is more of a "motel", the rooms were all big but very very average. It seemed to us that our room was also used as storage for the hotel, we had an exercise bike & extra drawers just tucked away in the corner! The bathroom was not nice, the shower head had a broken holder, so it just dangled down, very hard to wash your hair! Breakfast was ok, nothing to write home about but enough to make sure you didn't leave hungry. We had a few drinks in the bar of an evening, that was quite nice. The hotel is on the outskirts of the town, which isn't a massive town, but you couldn't really walk to dinner. We didn't spend much time at all in the hotel so it did it's job of giving us a bed to sleep in.
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Date of stay: December 2014Trip type: Travelled with family
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Magdalena C wrote a review Nov 2014
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My family and I went on a trip from Poland to Greece. On our long journey, we decided to visit some small towns that would usually never come to our mind. During our research for small towns, we accidentally found out that a town named Vinkovci, in Croatia is the oldest town in whole Europe, so we stayed in Vinkovci for two days. We stayed in hotel Gem, a mid-size hotel, with a ranking of three stars. On our first look, we did not had any high expectations. We were welcomed very congenial. The room was clean, spacious and cozy. We enjoyed in food a lot. The portion of every meal is huge, and the food is very tasty. The staff is great. We loooove hotel Gem.
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Date of stay: August 2014Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Feel free to ask a receptionist to recommend you a good room. The best rooms are on first floor.
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