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A lot of cheap decorations everywhere. Furniture, carpets, AC - everything was dusty. Room walls used to be white but not anymore. Wet and hairy shower.
The only good thing is that personnel was nice and helpful. In general if you have other options I...More
I stayed at Pasha Palas for 6 weeks. Generally it was Ok. The staff were friendly and the food was ok. The rooms were a good size. They have wedding receptions there about 2 or 3 times a week. If you have a room on...More
The staff was terribly rude and unfriendly. I couldnt communicate with the staff because they don't know any language!!
Besides, the room was very small and not clean and un serviced!!!
I will never recommend an accommodation in this hotel!!
Got a room for around EUR50 - and that's pretty much the only good thing.
Hotel consists of two buildings and I had to walk accross the street and a dark alley to get to the second building where my room was. Stink of cigarrete...More
I had to stay in this hotel since our first and second choice in the area was fully booked. The hotel has two buildings; one in the main street one in a side street. The room has a funny smell, it is very stufy. The...More
US$38 - US$53 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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