I liked that you needed your key card to go to a floor on the elevator or stairwell. That is a nice security feature. I was in 217, and I could only use the elevator to go to Floor 2 and the Lobby. All hotels should do this.
The hotel is at the entrance to the subway (VAG), making it super easy to get to and from the Airport and downtown.
Staff spoke English well, but I was surprised that they did not know the location of the nearest ATM (which was across the street).
Internet. There is no wireless internet in the room, and the wired internet cost €12 a day. There was free wireless in the lobby and bar, but there was a lot of background noise and no privacy. Maybe this is the norm in Europe, but I was shocked at the lack of free internet.
It is a clear glass shower with no walls. This is find for single occupancy or a married couple, but for unrelated people this is awkward.
The toilet it is in it's own room. I just didn't like this.
Parking was €7,50 a day. Again maybe the norm, but seemed expensive.
Breakfast. It was good, but I stayed there for 14 days and there was no variation from day to day. After a week, I was getting tired of the same thing. We rented 5 rooms. 3 of my colleagues were told that they did not get breakfast and 2 of were told it was complimentary. I ate there 14 times and only 5 times did they even ask my room number. When I checked out I was charged for 2 breakfasts. When I argued that they were included, I could see they were going to up the count of from 2 to 14, so I dropped it. Not sure what the policy there was.
Tour groups: About 1/2 of the days I was there, there were huge busses of Chinese tour groups. So, some mornings the breakfast area was empty with maybe only 6 tables in use, other times it was hard to find a seat. The tours would arrive late at night, and so there was a lot of commotion of people getting into their rooms. I think that it was only an overnight stay, so they would check in late at night, and check out in the morning with breakfast. So, for the periods where there were 150 or so people all arriving or leaving at the same time, it was chaos.
They provided complementary shampoo and lotion, but no soap.
Bring your own soap.
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