The communication with the hotel is only possible throughout e-mail. When calling the hotel no one is answering nor returning the missed calls. The rooms itself are small, with unpleasant aroma that cannot be aired by just opening windows. The hotel charges 50% of the rate for having a pet, however, there is no restriction on number of pets. Overall, the hotel itself is located in a typical Stalin era building with outdated interior and staff’s attitude that seems to be stuck back in Stalin era. The “exotic” environment for the visitors is most certainly guaranteed. In regards the breakfast: fee is 5 euros; coffee that just looks like a light brown liquid and porridge in shade of grey; the selection at the buffet was next to nothing; and the table cloths were stained. Overall attitude is unpleasant. I could only thank the housekeeper ladies who were the only positive individuals in this hotel.
Impersonal attitude, poor breakfast and room equipment!More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking