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The room was small and there were bugs on the bed i went down to tell the check in person that and that i was not going to stay there they said ok and that i would not get a refund on the room i...More
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Terrible place, first and main. Rooms are dirty, dirt on the floor in the room, dirt and someones hairs in the bathroom. Noise from the trams from 6am, since the conditioner is stick in the window, there's no way to avoid the noise. No wifi...More
Let me start by saying you don't usually book a hojo for luxury. This hotel isn't as bad as some of the reviews, but it's definitely not what I would call "nice". Stayed there for the Metallica concert last Sunday and it worked for what...More
US$85 - US$142 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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