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Location: Excellent - all main sites are within walking distance, you are in the heart of the old city, surrounded by restaurants, small shops for food and drink and a nearby tramline if required. Top marks here.
Front Desk Hotel Staff: Unfortunately...More
The hotel is in the old city. Great view during the breakfast. Nice personal. Very helpful. Speaks English, Russian. Small and clean rooms. Everything is near including the tram station. Shops, restaurants, everything around. Great location for the reasonable price.
First of all i must praise the staff .. they are professionals and very welcoming i honestly give them 10/10 for their hospitality as for the accomedations .. the rooms are small .. the shower is fixed and they were no covers on the bed...More
I stayed here from 20-25 August with 8 members of my family (ages ranging from 2-55). We arrived at the hotel around midday on the first day and were welcomed by the friendly hotel staff. They rapidly checked all the booking confirmations and showed us...More
I stayed here from 22-25 July with my husband and two toddlers aged 2 and 3. We arrived at the hotel past midnight on the first night and was welcomed by the friendly hotel staff. They rapidly checked all out booking confirmations and showed us...More
$38 - $143 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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