When I arrived at the hotel, the guy at the front desk was rude and disrespectful. When he gave me the room and I walked into, I saw a naked man sleeping. I went downstairs immediately to request a room move. A person who has something of common sense would change my room immediately, this “receptionist” started to say that they haven’t any other room available because they were “sold out”. I checked the availability on their own website and surprise! All the types of rooms were available. After that, he told “we are not allowed to change rooms” I told him: are you serious? There is a naked man sleeping don’t you have rules? His INCREDIBLE answer was: we don’t have rules to tell the people how to sleep, this is a hostel and you need to share the room. I started to argue and after 10 minutes he said: “OK I’ll change you but it’s the last time”. Like if he would be doing me a favor or something. I arrived on 10th March at 20:00 hs, just if any manager wants to know who he was. At the other day, the girl who did my check out was nice and helpful. According to the bed and the bathroom, 3.5 points of 10. The worst choice in my life.…
The Giorgio Hotel was an exceptional stay. Beautifully decorated, relaxing atmosphere, and plentiful amenities. The F and 7 train are in walking distance. The staff was welcoming and accommodating to all our needs and wants. The beds were comfortable and the water pressure was great. There is a snack bar for late night munchies.
My money was stolen inside the room and hotel staff are not helpful at all to investigate. My request for CCTV footage is also neglected after 2 weeks of waiting. Not recommending this for travellers.
Very clean, very well located and friendly staff. You can leave your suitcase when you leave for the day without additional cost. The room was big and also the bathroom, very important, very clean!!!!
Booked this hotel just to get away for the weekend with my partner. The hotel has a hostel side so you do see alot of foreigners/tourists coming in and out. The lower level of the hotel featured couch area to chill and relax as well as a pool table. The rooms on the hotel side were small, and minimalistic. This hotel does not offer free breakfast. The area that the hotel is in is overall pretty quiet and a few blocks away from the train station.