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Except Good localisation of the the hotel and very good area all the rest are veryyyyy poor.
Rooms are very small beds are catastrophic, matters poor till complain of my back painless, tv not really a choice of channels 1 in arabic and the rest...More
Avoid this place. When trying to do the check-in, the guy in reception told us the booking had been cancelled due to a "card problem", and they did not contact us prior to our arrival at the hotel. He was agressive, rude and unprofessional. Needless...More
Just left the Hotel and let me say it the location was so great but the bathroom was awfully dirty the sheets and towels was dirty, breakfast was normal the room didn’t have any facilities even the phone to the receptionist was broken tv was...More
Out of my genuine concern, please, do yourself a favor, steer clear of this hotel no matter how cheap the rate they offer! Big chances are your booking could be cancelled at any minute, most likely at the time when you arrive, without giving you...More
Guys! This is the worst hotel i have ever booked. The receptionist tries to rip me off. The room was so small i coukdbt even fit my suitcase and myself. Not even a hairdryer. And please lets not even talk about breakfast or how rude...More
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