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This hotel is totally adequate for a cheap weekend stay. The staff were very helpful & reception lobby clean & tidy.
Our room was small, but clean along with the ensuite. Bed extremely comfortable & clean; a very warm night was all made all the...More
The room was really small, old and dirty like most of the hotel. Breakfast was included but only toast with jam and some cornflakes. The bathroom was literally in a closet but it was clean. Overall good for one or two nights on a city...More
Nice clean hotel. Very friendly employees. The only thing is the breakfast. This is realy poor. There is hot water to Make a cup of tea or instant coffee. There is a milk and juice dispenser. There is a toaster for the Bread, but you...More
Clean room, but old furniture, just like the overall hotel.
The room was too hot, and had no chance to change it.
The breakfast was scheduled in a strange timetable, from 06:30 till 08:30, not used to it.
Free wi-fi, but unreliable, almost useless.
We stayed in the basement room which was very small, dirty and uncomfortable. It was extremely hot and humid, so we had to have the very small window constantly open, however this did very little to help and let in the steam which was coming...More
US$79 - US$174 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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