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When I booked this location had 4 stars, so I had higher expectations going in to my trip. First of all, you have to be buzzed in every time you return to the hotel. Second, the "breakfast" is glorified fruit and packaged snacks. The "minibar"...More
The hotel had a nice location, I walked with my bag from termini and didn't have any problem while walking, it's only a 5 minutes walk from there, the only thing is that it doesn't have an elevator, and I had to go up with...More
Great location and very friendly staff. The hotel needs a bit of a revamp as the carpets and fittings are very worn. Rooms are comfortable and tidy and it's close to the main train station as well as others so it worked well for us....More
Great location, just a short walk from the railway station and ideally placed to explore the City on a budget.
Staff were superb and hotel very clean, tidy and comfortable. There is a supermarket next door which is also very useful!
Would definitely go back...More
The employees here are extremely friendly and helpful. The rooms are very cozy and stylish. Unlike anywhere else I've ever stayed. Although, the bathroom is very small and hard to navigate and the shower set up is garbage. Other than that minor issue, I really...More
$57 - $288 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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