We stayed at the “Nive” studio accommodation for 3 nights between Christmas and New Year. The studio was very nice having everything that we required.
However, upon first encountering Louise in the reception area, she was distinctly unfriendly. She showed us to our accommodation and then when exiting the room she turned around and went to the blinds and closed them explaining that the sun fades the linen and then shook out and rearranged the rug that was in front of the sliding door. The sliding door was a bit difficult to open and close and she was very impatient as she showed us the correct method.
Further, after returning from our walk on the first day we noticed that some of our belongings had been shifted. We enquired as to why this was done – John apologised and assured us that he would inform the cleaning staff not to touch our items but offered no explanation as to why they were moved at all. We enquired as to why it was necessary to enter our accommodation in the first place – he replied that the rubbish bins and toilet paper needed to be checked! We then requested that no-one enter our accommodation during our stay which was respected.
If you don’t mind some-one coming into your room and potentially moving your luggage then all is well. However, if you do have reservations regarding this behaviour, then we would suggest that you request that no-one enter your accommodation during your stay.
By the way, our toilet paper held out and our rubbish bins did not floweth over!
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