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My boyfriend and I entered the Cristina building and were instantly confused as there was no reception, no signs that instructed were the reception was. A nearby bellhop(for a different hotel..) instructed us to go to floor 3 where reception was. The receptionist was nice,...More
When towels not changed daily, bed lanes as well used for whole stay dirty, and dust allover the room and under the bed... this turns trip to be nightmare!
just don t know why such bad service... wish they do something about it.
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We also had the same problem as a previous reviewer where the address on the email is completely wrong so beware.
Overall it was average. The room was small and clean and the bathroom was the same. Good distance from the station. We felt safe...More
i stayed here in feb 2010 with my wife and 2 kids, it was a room with a bathroom it was very clean, it was all we needed for our stay, the girl that worked there was very nice and helpful, its a 5 minute...More
$46 - $124 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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