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Hotel is old, dirty, very poor and doesn't equals the money it costs. Staff is somehow friendly, but even instead of an upgrade (I booked a 2** Bara Junior and was hosted in the main building) it was still a catastrophe. There's no shampoo in...More
'Enjoy your stay'...
The room was nothing like I saw on the moment of booking. It was awful, old, smelled bad, the sheets were dirty and so were the towels.
No TV, air conditioner, mini-bar,not even a lamp!!! Disgusting baths, dirty and also smelled bad....More
Good for the price, the breakfast is simple and the rooms are clean. The staff on the other hand are not particularly friendly and they did not give back my deposit for the room keycards. Wifi barely works in the rooms and lobby. If you...More
Stayed 3 nights in a room for 1 on the 3rd floor or Bara 3 star hotel mid summer July.
- small room but okay
- no fan and no ac (very sweaty in the room each morning, ice cold showers taken to alleviate through...More
Unfriendly staff, no way of calling the reception and WE GOT ROBBED!!! Someone entered our room and stole our money. I wouldn't recommend this hotel even if someone paid me to. WiFi only on the "lobby" and they turned it off at night when I...More
US$29 - US$94 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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