I stayed here one night with my wife and her family. The hotel is located very close to the central train station and in the same building as the bus terminal so it was convenient for us since we had some luggage and came with train and left with the bus to the airport the next day. The price was also pretty good.
The room was comfortable but small without any windows. The single and twin rooms looked exactly the same with one normal bed and a second a bit smaller bed attached to the wall a bit above and beside the primary bed. To get up to the second bed you have to climb a bit so at least one in your party have to be in the physical condition to do so. In my room the extra bed wasn't completely level after you folded it down from the wall which caused me to wake up a few times during the night.
The bathroom was also very small and looked clean, but it smelled a bit like no one had used the shower for several weeks and the water lock had dried up.
In the lobby there were free coffee and tea and a few computers that you could use. The breakfast was included and it was a very nice breakfast.
The most annoying thing with the hotel was the elevator. Going up to the room with the luggage was no problem, but going down was a challenge and it took about 5-10 minutes before we finally got down.
When we got to the elevator we pressed the down button as we wanted to go down to the lobby. After a while the elevator stopped at our floor on the way up, since we wanted to go down we just let it pass thinking we'll take it when it comes down again. But on the way down the elevator went straight to the lobby without stopping on our floor.
We tried pressing the call button again and the exact same scenario happened. The third time I stepped on the elevator going up planning to press the button for our floor on the way down so it would stop.
On the top floor I pressed the button for our floor and another person who were going to the lobby pressed the button for the lobby. Then that overrode my choice and regardless of what buttons I pressed afterwards the elevator would only go directly to the lobby.
On the way up the next time I pressed the button for our floor and the elevator stopped there and the rest of my party came in and we rode the elevator to the top before we pressed the button for the lobby.
I talked a bit with a couple of other guys in the elevator that mentioned that as soon as someone presses the button for the lobby the elevator would go there. They were apparently staying on the top floor and had been going up and down many times before without ever reaching the top floor. Someone who was going down had always came in on an earlier floor on the way up and pressed the lobby button causing the elevator to go back down again.
After this experience I used the stairs instead.
All in all, it's an ok hotel and a good place to stay if you just want to spend the night somewhere close to the station.
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