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We only needed a room for one night before our train in the morning. The location was great very close to the station which was perfect for us.
Check in was quick and easy however after walking up to our room we opened the door...More
It is a very basic hotel and i believe that at this price point, better options are available in immediate vicinity. I would not like to go back. They don't even have a fan in the room and in summers it occasionally gets hot.
Had a bad experience here. Dark alleys and dingy rooms. The first thing that greets you here is a big fat dog - unmindful of whether the traveler prefers a pet in the vicinity. There is no lift - take the stairs till the first...More
I booked this hotel due to the great location for the train station and also a good price for a city centre hotel. The hotel was basic, which I expected, and as it was being used as a base I had no issue with that...More
There are some negative aspects of this Hotel which should not be ignored but overall the Hotel is fine.
The problem arises with the access to the rooms. The Hotel is the conversion of a narrow six storey building and consequently the staircase is steep....More
$56 - $140 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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