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Reasonably located hotel - near the station (not the nicest area, but very convenient). Staff friendly enough. Room was clean and bathroom had clearly recently been done up.
That said, it is horribly decorated and the fan provided was entirely inadequate, The room was stiflingly...More
All the negative feedbacks in the past are very descriptive of the hotel. I'll just leave a couple the things I hated the most. One, the late/graveyard shifts at front desk were a total joke. They show no respects to customers. They even spit repeatedly...More
I stayed in this hotel after booking it a day before my arrival as an emergency plan. I regretted after reading others' references however:
1. my room did not smell at all
2. there were no more beggars and street sellers than in other places...More
My boyfriend booked this hotel because it was right next to the bus and train station. This is the only "positive" thing about this hotel. It's really old and it needs maintenance. The bathroom was so disgusting, everything was dirty and full of mold. It...More
Unfriendly staff. The whole room smelled like toilet. The area surrounding the hotel is packed with beggars and street sellers who come over you the moment you step out of the hotel. This hotel is highly overpriced. Avoid a bad moment, avoid this hotel.
$36 - $110 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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