at first glance it seemed to be OK at the reception, my room was pre-paid but at the point where they said that they needed to take a £20 pre-authorisation "in case of damage to the room" really got me thinking 2 things.
Firstly if they take a £20 deposit from each guest they must "expect" the rooms to be damaged by their clientèle, not somewhere that id choose to stay if my fellow guests are likely to damage their rooms.
secondly, if they only take £20 then they must be assuming this is the maximum amount of damage that could be done to the rooms?
Having stayed their I think that I would struggle to do more that £20 damage to the rooms so I guess they are right...........................
The room itself was a double & single combined, one single bed on the lower part of the room and then a double up on a makeshift mezzanine (there are several health and safety factors to take into account with this mezzanine let alone non-compliances with the building regulations)
The beds themselves were grubby as were the walls and lets not talk about the "shower room" which was dire
Having said all that I did get a room with a view, a view of the back garden which had old bedding and rubbish strewn all over it
Am I being unfair, no not really just honest, I left very early the following morning and went for a shower at another hotel!
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