We ended up booking a disabled room much to the confusion of the staff, but it happened to be cheaper than their regular doubles. There were no windows in the room which made it blissfully dark for the several days I was sick and needed to sleep.
Good bed, great hot showers and good security. However, they need a night manager who is actually awake at night or at least has an alarm set so they are ready to meet late night or early morning guests. The rooms are not sound proofed so you can hear the front door bell super bloody loud. One such guest buzzed constantly for close to 10mins before the attendant came to let them in. In the morning the same thing happened and the attendant, now awake decides to play loud music because clearly everyone else should be awake too. Not what you need when sick.
Also there are no food places in walking distance that don't just provide deep fried goods. Probably worth paying more to be near a district with food. More
- Free Wifi
- Breakfast included