Very tiny rooms in a very well located hotel (between the train station and the old town). Breakfast buffet was not what we expected, not a great variety of food. Very narrow and small hallways to arrive to your tiny room without sights.
Good lord is this room TINY! Make sure to request a double bed room. Stayed here for 4 days and had to unpack luggage because I would not have been able to get in my room with it laid out on the floor. The people I was traveling with had considerably larger rooms with a double…
It wasn't a nice hotel from the outside but hey, don't judge a book by it cover. The rooms inside were renovated new nice bathrooms & small balconies. Well insolated so we didn't hear any noise from the other rooms The breakfast was good nothing over the top. Management was…
The hotel is great for a short stay or if your are going for business. The rooms are nicely renewed, specious, luminous and cleaned. The location is just very central 5-10 min walk to the train station. The staff was very friendly and helpful! The wifi is free so that's always a…
The hotel is located between the train station and the old town in the center of the city. The room facing the backyard was quiet and otherwise okay. The breakfast was very nice with plenty different food. Waiter and manager were very friendly.
"Rooms at the rear have a mountain view and are larger than those at the front, which have a street view. Only the back rooms at either end of the hotel have balconies - e.g. 31 & 36. Central ones do not. Balconied rooms are the ones to go for.."
"Rooms to the rear have mountain view over the roofs of nearby office blocks."
"Pay a bit more and have a better room if you want a decent sized bathroom."
"Choose a room with a balcony (41 room number is good but 42 doesn't have a balcony)"
"Think twice before handing your credit card."
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