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we arrived at 10pm, no problem with late check in. we booked for deluxe apartment, 1 bathroom,1 bedroom and sofa bed at the living hall. our apartment located on the 2nd level, and the room was exactly looked as in the picture. wifi connection is...More
We stayed on the first floor room 3. The room is a good size with a separate bathroom and bedroom. The room has dated from the pictures shown on the website, however, they were clean and the lady on reception was very helpful.
The rooms have nothing to do with the photos : much smaller, not clean, and not comfortable. strong smell of cigarette smoke in the rooms and the hotel. We didn't sleep well because of the light in the room (no black-out curtain) Rude staff.
So this apartment does not have an elevator. Not really cool when you have a baby! And our apartment was 3 floors up!
I was a bit disappointed with the apartment as it didn't look as good as the pictures on the website.
I had nice experience with Chef apartments. Everything was very good and well planned. The furniture, internet service, water supply, bathroom and kitchen quality. The price was also quite good. The management staff was also friendly, collaborative and helpful. I strongly recommend everybody to stay...More
US$59 - US$99 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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