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Uncomfortable beds, you can feel the springs. 6 nights and my back and hips were killing me. Cold breakfast. You get a choice of omelette (only egg, nothing else), potato pancakes, porridge. Maybe one other choice. Coffee is so strong we had to water it...More
Great value for money
Staff speaks little english
Small breakfast (but can t complaint regarding the price)
We really enjoyed the location, the staff was nice, we recommend this hotel !
we made a 3 day res. we reached to the hotel with one day delay(second day in the morning), i confirmed to pay the first night which i coudn't stay due my flight cancellation, but they refused to give me the breakfast (an omlette, a...More
The environment looks good in the pics, and we planned to stay there for 4 nights, but we finally checked out and moved to another one with slightly more expensive rate but much more better environment on the second day.
Frankly, it is close to...More
The hotel is a little tricky to find. The taxi driver driver the whole way around the block thinking he missed it. It is through an archway on the side street near all the construction. Once I found the hotel, it was great. The hotel...More
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