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The staff here are extremely rude, bathrooms dirty. We waited outside for over 20 minutes in the cold because the receptionist couldn't open the door. Refused to let us leave our bags even for a few hours. 100 dollars is way too much for this...More
We arrived to a street walker checking in. Constant bashing and running up the hallway. I'm positive men were doing drugs in the room opposite the shared bathroom. The fire alarm went off at 4am and the receptionist reset it 20min later. The fire fighters...More
On arrival there was a man checking in a prostitute at reception. Awkwardly their key didn't work and they came back three times before accessing their room. In that time we were informed the room wasn't ready (fair enough as we were a fraction early)...More
I stayed for one night. Just needed a bed as I was in the vicinity for drinks with friends. The area is a bit rough, there are plenty homeless people around, living in tents on the street, but they don't bother you and obvious that...More
We found the place surprisingly clean. Staff was minimal but helpful and friendly. They said its new management and the place was renovated. Rooms are tiny and linens a bit worn. Shared toilet and shower always clean. A tourist hotel; no residents. We asked for...More
US$817 - US$848 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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