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I recently stayed at the Hotel Luxia with my university on a weekend trip. I read the reviews and was a little concerned, but trusted my university to put us up somewhere decent. I was horrified when we arrived.
When you first walk into the...More
I visited with my university. I wasn't expecting much as I read the reviews before I visited, but this hotel is just grim. It mustn't have been decorated for decades, paint falling from the ceilings, splashes and writing up the walls from previous visitors. cracks...More
I have been travelling around many countries including eastern europe and India, BUT NEVER EVER been in such a DIRTY place like this. They do NOT have pillows! The room never been cleaned. This Hotel said that I can give them the rest of the...More
My husband and I stayed here for one night only, thankfully. When we got our room, it stunk of cigarettes (we are non-smokers) and the bathroom had small hairs in and around the sink. The rooms are drab, the beds are extremely uncomfortable and the...More
we needed a cheap place to stay for 2 nights and asked around in the area but it was far over our budget mostly over 100 euro a night. Luxia charged us 70 euro. The rooms have been reasonable, the bed sheets clean, the noise...More
US$70 - US$101 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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