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We had stayed in this hotel for 3 nights and had a good stay. This one is very near to the station which helps in commuting using local bus and metro. Nice lady who takes care of the house and was very helpful. I would...More
SCAM: Family and I planned to stay here next summer. Payed in advance at local bank but Hotel "did not recognize the wire transfer". I have bank statements and bank letters that support my payment. Terrible customer service wont give further explanation. Lost my money,...More
A nice enough room but cold shower and grumpy old man didn't understand simple sign language, could do with a kettle for coffee.....wouldn't go back, much better alternatives at the same price. Close enough to the station is a plus
In the interests of fairness, I'll start with the good:
Prompt check in
Plenty of clean towels
There is nothing else positive I can say about this place unfortunately.
The air con did not work
The shower was like warm at...More
Over priced for what you get, has a common kitchen with a small fridge and forks, no knives or glasses provided.
On arrival the owner will ask for extra money to cover "tax".
Breakfast is yoghurt or cake, which is often stale.
Shower is so...More
US$77 - US$115 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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