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Water pressure is lowest.
inconvenient to do wash.
breakfast not good.
Bed condition was worst.
I will never go back.
Hotel staff was unkindness and unpleasant.
I hope that help to you my experience.
I stayed here for 3 nights in August and I had a really pleasant time.
Staff were friendly and helpfull, my room was clean and tidy.
The city centre was very close, I could reach it easily.
Weather was great for my stay, so I...More
If you set your expectations according to the price you pay for the room, no disappointment will occur. It is quite cheap for its location. The city center is at 15 min walking. They should improve their breakfast menu. If you need a hair dryer,...More
Felt unsafe, staff unfriendly... One was quite perverse! Bedrooms were ok but quite a walk 😕 wouldn't stay again. Stayed for a week. Wouldn't stay again unless it was for a night. (Easy taxi ride from airport so over night stay before moving to a...More
Read reviews, not sure what to expect but was pleasantly surprised. Yes they are doing building work and you could have a long walk from reception but that meant a quieter room away from the road. Everywhere was clean and tidy. Reception staff as helpful...More
US$30 - US$792 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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