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Stayed here with four friends for three nights and booked a five-bed-room with private bathroom several weeks in advance. Despite this, we were told on arrival that it "wasn't available" and were given a four-bed-room and a single, which were apparently much nicer. Both of...More
We only stayed here for one night and couldn't wait to leave the next morning. Dirty smelly bathroom, furniture falling apart and pillows with the thickness of a teabag. No wifi or tv. Our room was on the second floor and the lift wasn't working,...More
After arriving here, the staff was friendly with us (at least the man from the mornings), the rooms are big and clean, and it is located well, near the train station and close to many restaurants. The only downside is that the wifi works only...More
We visited this hotel in march this year. The name in the booing said Hotel Montestella which it was not. Very small room to fit 5 people. It's in the same old building as other 3 or 4 hotels - some of them with more...More
I stayed here in July 2013.
The manager was really helpful, he pointed us in the right direction for getting our laundry done, good food and so on. He was also really nice and polite to my girlfriend and I.
The rooms are really cheap...More
$53 - $131 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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