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Perfect location with access to 2 metro stations. Lots of tourist restaurants around but apparently NO supermarket or convenience store nearby. Room rate for a single person was cheaper compared to the other accommodations. However, just be prepared for the quality.
Pension staff was available...More
I had unfortunately booked this place for 3 nights because of its central location and average price. Instead of a standard single room with view I received a 3-bed room with view towards a ventilation shaft in the centre of the building. Curtain and blanket...More
The building, the room, bathrooms, facilities are old and don't look clean. There are lots of restaurants outside of the building. So it's little noisy. But the friendly staffs are the reason that I like here. If it's revamped, I obvioisly would like to go...More
US$33 - US$64 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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