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Stayed for one week. Cheap hotel with basic amenities.
Pros: close to city, cheap, friendly staff-very helpful, free internet, fairly clean
Cons: it’s old so there are stains on carpet etc. it’s clean but because of the above can feel slightly dirty.
All in all,...More
Don't expect anyrthing all that fantastic. No lifts, and pretty basic. Basically a budget hotel so don't expect anything too grand. Staff are friendly though, and reasonably clean. Good for budget accomodation, though you do not get your own private shower.
The room that we booked had a queen size bed, PC desk, TV, sink for washing, wardrobe. It is a basic and good room for a budget stay near the city. The bathroom is shared, but there were no doors to the showers, which could...More
There are no lifts, so prams and bags are difficult to get to the rooms. The rooms themselves are very basic, containing little more than a bed, desk with a PC (I'm not sure what the PC is for) and bathroom. The ceiling has an...More
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