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Strange old place. No elevator to get to any floors. Had to carry luggage to top floor which is 5th floor. Rooms were outdated and separate bathroom and shower across from room. There is a small sink in room. Staff are friendly. I would not...More
I stayed in a single room on level 5 with shared facilities for one night in January 2017. This old hotel is located in the center of the CBD with close proximity to everything. The room price reflects that it is a budget hotel in...More
Clean, basic B&B style hotel, it was above a pub. Lift not working correctly but fine to walk up as I'm able.
Breakfast included in a lovely small communal breakfast lounge.
Would stay again as price reflects the accommodation.
My family with young children stayed mid January. I am aware of the very negative reviews here and think some of the comments were very far fetched. Perhaps they were travel snobs? It is by no means a glamorous hotel, it is designed to be...More
Good location, fast check in, self check out. No aircond but for dec nights still fine. Street noise bearable. Old fashioned but neat and clean so treat it as an antique touch, you feel good. Manually operated lift, yes, a new experience so the fact...More
US$70 - US$130 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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