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Very small room, with old furnture. The breakfast is very poor, we eat most of the time outside. They put shampoo with expired date. Some time we didn't have hot water. Not recomended. The only thing that is good is the location
We came for our vacation.
Very old hotel with old furniture and very small rooms. Poorly maintained.
What was served in the morning cannot be called breakfast.
Thr only good thing I can say about it is very good locationclose to METRO, BUSES...More
Travel wish priced and in the middle of everything. We had a 2 room 1 bathe with huge water jet tube. I snore so great for sister. Elavator, wifi,screen tv phone nice size room. Service was very good with the maids. Front desk at times...More
I stayed at this hotel for 10 days and while there was nothing seriously wrong to complain about, the experience was not satisfying to me. The room was small but, to be fair, nice and clean. The heat worked. The bathroom was fine. The TV...More
My room was small, but I was traveling alone, so it was quite ok! The service is not very good, they are not very friendly...so don't expect a warm welcome.
But the location is great! Everything you need is close by, there are a lot...More
$62 - $140 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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