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Spent one night at this hotel during our round trip. It is an older hotel and in need of renovation. Only one plug in the bedroom for charging two smartphones, a tablett and digital camera. The cost of drinks were too high for a hotel...More
The rating system needs revising, it's a bit ridiculous to jump from Average to Very Good, why no "Good"?
I would say the hotel was good.
The room was large, comfortable and suitably equipped, though rather drab - everything was brown.
The hotel seemed almost...More
- Good and safe location (not far by car to archeological park).
- Very friendly and very helpful staff. They speak English.
- Comfortable and clean room, even it's a little bit old and it needs renovation.
- Clean bathroom, even it's a little bit...More
Stayed for 2 nights, river view room with twin beds. Requested for extra bed.
Linen for extra bed is not very clean and smelled funny. Pillow is uncomfortable - too high and stiff. Beds were shaky, not sturdy.
Shower is good with hot water. Toiletries...More
We did no stay in this hotel but went to have buffet as a stop over lunch organised by the tour operator.
The Restaurant is located next to the river.. and was very busy on the day we were there. It seems like there was...More
US$61 - US$232 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The other answer is wrong. There are very few spaces adjacent to the hotel and spots are so small you will need assistance from a parking attendant to squeeze into a space, assuming of course one is available which it won't... More
The other answer is wrong. There are very few spaces adjacent to the hotel and spots are so small you will need assistance from a parking attendant to squeeze into a space, assuming of course one is available which it won't likely be. Your better off though, because who wants dents, dings, and chipped paint? The spaces are so narrow you literally can't open your car door without hitting the adjacent car. So, the more likely scenario is you will be parking in the large gravel parking lot located across the street, which is fine in the daytime, at night time I'd be concerned about my car being broken into or even stolen. There are many homeless people and drug users that live under the adjacent bridge. Your best bet - find another hotel, for many reasons!
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"The rooms that are higher up in the hotels have very hot corridors.
The pool is on the 3rd floor if of..."