I stayed at this hotel for 4 nights last week.I was a little nervous as there were no reviews on this site,and I always check TA before I book a hotel.
The hotel is situated next to the entrance to the shipyard.It has only been recently converted,having previously been a hospital.There are 2 buildings linked together,one is the hotel and the other is empty.I was told by hotel staff that this is also to be converted.
The hotel is in a residential area,surrounded by non descript blocks of flats.There is nothing in the immediate area by way of shops or bars.I should say that we walked in to old town,15-20 minutes day and night and never felt unsafe.
We paid approximately £30 per night for a twin room including breakfast,which was basic but adequate.The hotel has no bar or restaurant at present,but I think there is still work being done.
The public areas of the hotel are very modern,staff spoke basic English.The bedrooms were a decent size with tv,skynews,bbc world.The beds were not the most comfortable.The strangest part was that in our 4 nights we never had housekeeping come into room.
If all you want is a bed for the night at a reasonable rate,and you don't mind making your own bed then this fits the bill!
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