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We booked the Vivaldi for the cheap price, and learned a valuable lesson. You get what you paid for. It is in a good location, and the positives end there. When you walk in, the lobby is a construction zone, with the ceiling exposed and...More
Worn out Dirty bed sheets and towels, no cupboards or anything to hand your clothes, if you lucky you might just find a tatty bedside draws some where, & hardly no room to move about inside the room . The sink over lapse the toilet...More
This place was like brand spanking new modern nice shower toilet etc we even had the basement room wich we didn't have high hopes for and it was fine big window etc really clean and staff really friendly, E.g getting midnight munchies and the receptionist...More
This place is an absolute joke. The staff at the reception are so rude! Had to pay every time I wanted tea which was In a tiny plastic cup I forgot to bring money down one day they locked me out of my room and...More
Was a bit nervous booking here as the reviews were so poor but had left booking something a bit late so didn't have too many options left. The staircase to the lower floor is a little daunting, very steep and awkward. The smoking outdoor area...More
$49 - $280 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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