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89 Chestnut is a university residence that becomes a hotel in the summer months. As such, the accommodations are very basic - rooms have no decor to speak of, no television, and limited towels, toiletries and no hair dryer. We stayed in a room with...More
+ The hotel has a fantastic location - within walking distance of almost anything in the downtown area.
+ it's cheap - but doesn't feel cheap.
+ the breakfast is great! Lots of options
- the wifi was terrible! On/off/on/off. Mostly off.
- the rooms...More
I was here for one night. This residence was good it was more than what I dreamed off. The room was large enough. but I was put on the 25 floor of the 27th floor. Received a complimentary breakfast and that is mind blowing a...More
Rooms are good, prices are cheap and you have all you need in your room. Some places are dirty. Rooms have some untidy places etc. Expect dust for sure. Cleaners come every week and do their job but not how I would like to. Nothing...More
The hotel is basic, the rooms need a renovation but are quiet, clean and the location is perfect. Many sights are within walking distance.
A real surprise is the included breakfast! Very good selection, freshly prepared and well organized!
In the upper floor there is...More
US$99 - US$134 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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