Braila is my home town I left some years ago and no relative remained there. I've travelled to Braila on business purposes and stayed in this hotel. Although new, the place looks and functions as an old communist establishment, with old style, deteriorated furniture. The bed seemed ok to me while sleeping. The bathroom is extremely small and the towels were not quite white... One big minus would be allowing smoking in the room which generates a deeper communist atmosphere beside the garnishing style.
Breakfast is another unpleasant surprise for the guests as it is ordered a la carte and the variety of options is very, very limited. The service in the restaurant was terrible, the two waiters seemed not to like our presence in there, not to mention taking our order and serving us. Again, smoking is allowed in the restaurant in breakfast, which makes you feel like eating toast with butter and honey in a railway station, among the train drivers.
This one I call a sad experience.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking