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The rooms are nothing like the pictures on any Booking site. The toilet smells like sewer.
The Staff is not very nice and barely speak English. Breakfast isnt very Good and was very crowded att 09.00.
Overall experience is bad. If you're looking for service...More
Last June, we stayed at the Concorde Hotel. The staff were really nice, they help us with a vending machine, even fixed a problem we had in our rooms really quick. Its a small place but awesome. Plus breakfast is really nice!
- 1 block away from Termini Station and bus stops
- Variety of restaurants nearby
- Staff are friendly, always smiling and accomodating
-room and bathroom always clean
AC not so cool
Elevator for the building is quite small
For a reasonably priced, low budget hotel, I would absolutely recommend the Hotel Concorde.
We had a triple room on the 6th floor. The room was a good size, plenty of space for 3 people. The room also had a balcony with a view, in...More
Me and my boyfriend stayed 4 nights in this "hotel". our room was on the 6th floor ( the hotel has only 2 floors) The room was very small for 2 people, what could be ok but it was very stinky and uncleared. The bed...More
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