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Rooms compact, but ample storage and fine for two people. Very clean linen and free mini bar. Staff very friendly and extremely helpful, especially the young man on reception(Roschanne). Very attractive little roof terrace which was surrounded by pots stuffed with flowers. La Fenice was...More
Very welcoming hotel, especially Assif who was really lovely. The hotel itself needs redecoration as its
rather tired, but is very clean with fresh towels everyday. The breakfast was excellent, with all you could wish for in a hearty breakfast. We stayed on the 4th...More
The double room with air conditioning and bathroom faced the street and was quiet as it was on an upper floor. The two windows gave a good view of the street below. A comforting feature was the fridge which was stocked with drinks at no...More
We were greeted by the friendly and helpful Assif. I was a little shocked when we entered our room. It was clean but very tired and grubby looking, it was also very small. We had booked for 7 days so I was concerned. We headed...More
Great location but terrible hotel, dark small rooms, awful bedding and grub bathroom.
The breakfast was also very mediocre.
On the whole, you would expect this from a very cheap youth hostel, not a three star hotel at 130 euros a night!!!
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US$99 - US$449 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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