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The pros and cons of GHBA from a businessman point of view:
The location is great.
The personnel is friendly.
Service is good.
Breakfast: even when there is an early version available, if you want to enjoy the full one you will have...More
Booked this hotel for 3 nights based on good recommendations and 4 star ratings on the Booking.com site. It turned out to be a terrible place. It was a family vacation and we had two rooms. Both rooms were old, dirty and the place had...More
This place was in a great location close to Florida Street. The rooms are clean but small. The bathrooms had no exhaust and the towels they offered were clean, old and frayed. The elevators are really old. Breakfast not exciting. There are no bell boys...More
hotel a1 in everything rooms fab cleaness fab food fab pool fab really close to the yumbo center and a 5 min walk to the beach shops just outside the hotel loved it been twice now and will defo go again it is a gay...More
this hotel is perfectly located if you want to be close to Calle Florida, subway, Galeria Pacifico etc. My room was clean and everything OK. The matress though was rather worn out. Breakfast was OK. WIFI was terrible in the room and bad in the...More
$58 - $380 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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