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This is the toughest hotel I've ever been to
see attached pictures
The most rude staff, what I ever see, here is the example:
The breakfast is possible till 10:00 am
before ten (about 9:55) the old guy came to my table and told me:...More
Cheap and you get what you pay for.
Bus 5 min to city center or 15-20 walk. Restaurant nearby, the one at Charles just east is okej and the first one 2 min walk to West is really nice.
Basicly you get what you payed for.
Small room was recently painted and smell was very hard.
Breakfast could be better but it was OK.
Staff was very professional and friendly and is a main reason for positive rate.
I've been there in february. Good 3* hotel. Quite big room with the corner to be and drink hungarian wine :) Good breakfast: omlette, sausages, cheese, vegetables, apples, etc. Not far from the centre.
US$34 - US$90 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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