We got there fairly late in the evening- the night porter didnt think much of helping us carry our three heavy suitcases and merely gave us the room key, pointing at the nearby elevator! The room was weirdly decorated, pseudo- baroque style, and definitely pretty worn out furnishings. They had forgotten to empty the wastepaper basket in the bathroom! The room was all but quiet ,on a street where a bus passes every 5 minutes!!! The next day we were having breakfast with a friend in the breakfast room by the terrace. Apart from the tables, there is a large couch covered in pseudo-brocade. Our friend had come with her tiny yorkshire, who decided , after sitting on the floor for a half hour, to make acquaintace with the adjoining sofa.He was sniffing around it and his mistress kept watch. Suddenly the self- defined hotel Manager- looks more like a handyman!- broke into the room shouting. We were, that day, the only guests in the breakfast room apart from a man on the side, and wondered what could have happened!! Pointing at the poor tiny dog as if at a monster, he accused it of having jumped on the sofa- oh,yes, HE had seen it on his monitor!- and of having torn the " precious" pseudo- brocade. There was, in fact, a huge tear right in the middle of the sofa! Certainly not due to the tiny paws of the midget- sized Yorkshire , though! The Manager continued, I ll charge you for this, and we both felt very embarassed, as well as our friend. This is when the other person in the room decided to speak out. He d d been there for a few days before us, and had noticed the unseeming tear in the sofa the first time he d had breakfast in that room! They were, in other words, trying to redecorate their furnishings at our expense! needless to say, we changed hotels the same day!
Stay away from this hotel!!
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