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Stayed here for a couple of nights.
Close to public transport .
Lovely clean rooms....
We found the staff lovely and cheerful.
Make sure you ask for the corner rooms ( eg room 4) they are bigger than the others.
Would certainly come back here...More
We picked the hotel as we wanted to be near public transport and fairly central and this did the job. We liked the rooms which were spacious and had a welcoming feel about them - nothing commercial or boxy about this hotel. The bathroom had...More
Arrived at 9.30pm on a Sunday. Traveled straight from airport, having been ripped off by taxi driver claiming not to know where hotel was kept driving round, was greeted with as we walked through the door "we close at 10pm good job you made it"...More
Great spot right across the road from Om Central station!
Rooms clean and 3 star quality
Bistro has good pub food but their are cheaper eats around the area but nevertheless it's a good value feed
Only stay one night. It was perfect only a short walk to the train station we come from Newcastle and had a early international flight the next day. Right price right location. Need to book early to get the cheap rates
US$101 - US$150 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
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