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This hotel is near very thing you would want to see with in walking distance and the staff will help arrange tours, the breakfast is nice and wakes you up for your day trip.
The rooms were find, However if you want first class, this...More
Well quite a place. Well located with little else. Make sure you get the best possible room in the hotel.Had to complain as taps were faulty rooms were just about ok. Had little choice as we had paid for rooms in advace
Well, did not get the promised beds. Had back pain for 2 days. Then owner was informed about it by tour provider, he gave an extra room for no cost.
The staff does not understand english (most of them).
But the location is perfect! everything...More
We booked this hotel as the price was reasonable.On our arrival we were greeted by Hotel manager Haluk whose service during our stay was excellent. We were shown to our room which was basic but very comfortable.As in some comments the TV, Telephone and AC...More
I stayed 1 x night at the hotel and was given room # 503. I admit it was a special deal (cheap). However, I din't expect a hotel room in such poor condition. It desperately needs to be renovated! Also, the bed linen seemed to...More
$45 - $100 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from hugh192016 | Reviewed this property |
I am not sure if there is a meeting room but they do have a second floor with tables and chairs where 12 people could have a meeting.
I would call the hotel and ask them if you could use this area.
hope I helped you.