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This has become the new name for this hotel in my repertoire. We found our room smelly and stuffy with its only window opening to an internal air shaft, the toilet dirty, the shower mouldy, the food inedible, the service poor. Never again!!!
Helpful staff, who allowed early check-in. The bar, lift and downstairs bathroom are bonuses but the real winner is the location. It's right where you need to be and the tram line makes finding your way or a doddle. Great bars and restaurants are on...More
PROS: location is 5-10mins away from main attractions; short walk from tram stop; lovely breakfast; accomodating staff
CONS: small room and bathroom; wi-fi is temperamental; creaky elevator
Overall, great place for those on a budget
We stayed only one night but loved this quirky place,great location in the old area.The staff where caring and friendly,provided us with a lovely early morning breakfast of coffee and cake.i would have loved to stay there after our tour but a friend had booked...More
Helpful staff, nice breakfast room and breakfast, a lift (essential with heavy luggage). This is not a top of the range hotel and the rooms opening into the internal well shaft are dark and uninviting but the other rooms are fine. It is well located...More
US$29 - US$59 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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