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Nikos who works in reception is the loveliest gentleman ever! I lost all my money in a shop in Amsterdam and came back so panicked! He googled and phoned some shops and we managed to get all my money back! Without him I would've been...More
The hotel was all-in-all very average. We stayed in a three person budget room, which I wouldn't recommend if you're easily claustrophobic. There were no windows in the room, so it felt like the middle of the night if you revisited the room during daytime....More
It is what it is. A place to spend the night. Nothing more nothing less. It's situated close to the more touristic areas so there are plenty of bars in the neighborhoods. We didn't try the breakfast which is served in the pub just beside....More
The room is small, noisy( air condition makes noise very laudly) .Furnutire is old/not renewed, bathroom is discussing, beds are again uncomfortable and as if everything is perdect it is very expensive. Only good thing is the location, the hotel is in the center of...More
love the location, short walk from the central station, and surrounded by lots of food places. molly malone's next door is perfect for drinks in the afternoon, hotel breakfast is served here too which offers a good enough variety.
US$101 - US$471 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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