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It is unbelievable not to have possibility to pay with credit card, thought it was announced when booking. Awful place for breakfast, small and dirty. Room is very small also. The staff don't speak English.
The only good thing about this place is the location,otherwise the place is in desperate need of a general uplift..Wifi is only accessable in the mornings!Quite strange! Poor breakfast served in a nearby small bar.
The location is very convenient. We decided to book in the area because of the early outbound flight we had. The airport busses stop is very close to this hotel.
The staff is very polite and helpful – both at the reception and the maids....More
Great locations, brekfast - coffee (really good) and some sweets it's ok but we have some problems with hot wather (was cold almost always) and the room was really tiny, small. But if you looking for some budget travell its ok.
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So this turned out to be a nightmare. Don't be fooled, there is no bar, no wheelchair access, no restaurant, its like be squashed in a prison with a fridge that does not work, internet that gets shut down and blocked your internet connections if...More
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