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For what we paid as budget travelers we’re happy with the Bakadeer. The proprietress was amazing, very helpful and genuinely interested in our stay being excellent. The room was good for us (just a tad small) as there were 3 twin beds for 3 of...More
I like this little hotel it was very simple they offer the option to have a room with a single full bed two twin beds or three twin beds. I am not sure how to get in contact with them from out side the country...More
Welcome was great as we were dropped later in the day from a tour. Reception area is not air conditioned with no maps of the city in the lobby. The room was however supplied with air conditioning, wifi and adequate bed and bathroom supplies. The...More
Quiet little hotel - reasonably priced and minimal furnishings - we were able to borrow towels for cave tubing no problem and I got an extra pillow for the bed with no problem. Owner was helpful with giving directions to nearby market places. Room was...More
Nice little place to stay if you are not looking for anything extravagant. Price is cheap and what you get for the price is great. Air conditioning, excellent water pressure, very clean and good breakfast. Kind, pleasant, helpful and friendly staff. We walked around the...More
i believe there's only street parking because the place is extremely tiny and on a street that in any city would be considered a slum. And the rooms are so deodorized, they're uninhabitable unless your sense of smell is e... More
i believe there's only street parking because the place is extremely tiny and on a street that in any city would be considered a slum. And the rooms are so deodorized, they're uninhabitable unless your sense of smell is e trembly impaired.