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Bara Junior is an average, cheap hotel for a few nights. Buildings and rooms renevations just started. I got a normal older room, but it was clean, tidy and the bed was new and comfortable. Breakfast was good, receptionist was kind.
This is the worst hotel that i have EVER stay in. The rooms doesn't loke likr the ones from the pictures. The tiles from the floor were moving, the bedsheets were very damages, also the wals were dirty and with holes. In the bathroom there...More
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Response from Hajnalka M, sales at Bara Junior HotelResponded 30 March 2018
Thank you to take your time rating our hotel. Renovation of buildings and rooms are planned for that spring, a few things like beds have been replaced. Next time if you have any complain, please let the recepcionist know, and he will try...More
This is surely the worst "hotel" we have ever stayed in! The moment we steped in we knew we made a terrible mistake. After we passed the only good thing at this hotel, the reception (very nice receptionists...it has to be sad), we continued to...More
No air con. Terrible rooms, we HAD to move from the 'junior' section as that was far too bad to even contemplate sleeping in, there were bars up the windows and not a smoke detector in site, mouldy shower curtains, horrible beds....clearly not been decorated...More
Good for one night stand. Big garage, close to the city centre (possible to walk). Nice man at the reception desk at night. The room was not really comfy. Small, old furniture, desperately needs reconstruction. For breakfast maybe choose a different place. Despite this the...More
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