The primary hotel (or B&B) address #25 looked nice and completely renovated. BUT the adjacent building, address #27 where my room was, was not renovated and was very, very worn. There were exposed wires in the hallway outside my door. The bathroom was extremely small with a mini sink and a glass shelf that made it impossible to use without hitting ones head. The furniture was stained, the carpet was dirty. The beds were very uncomfortable, no WiFi in this room meant I had to sit in the lobby of the other building to use internet. The stairway is an accident waiting to happen. The hotel has a separate key & entrance with no reception in building #27. For breakfast or questions in reservations I had to go out to the street and then back in the Petite Fleur entrance. Not fun in the rain.
I booked this hotel for 2 nights 2 months in advance. At check in I reminded them I had requested a quiet room. The first room faced the street and there was a festival in town. I was given a room in the adjacent building to accommodate my request, but charged the same rate as the original room in the main hotel.
The location is great, right in the heart of the historic Old Town. Breakfast was average, some cold meats, cereals, but lacking in originality & not much fruit.
I'm not sure I would stay here again.
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