The hotel is split into two parts - the one you see in their photos, and the tired, concrete block, with no air conditioning, that many of the rooms are in.
Parking is free, so that scores a point, as does the location. That’s it, I am afraid.
The one member of staff working in the entire hotel was nice enough, but he couldn’t man the front desk, and clear the dirty cups and bottles from the lounge. Yes, it is one of those places where they maximise profit, by having literally done one person to do everything, from 4pm onwards.
Room was averagely clean; bathroom had had a once over, but didn’t sparkle. The lamp shades were stained and the skirting boards and door surrounds were chipped. Shower curtain was fitted so that one has about 60cm of space, in which to shower, whilst getting wrapped in he curtain.
The room faced the railway station, and was blisteringly hot. Opening the door to the 80sq cm balcony just let in the noise of trains and taxis. Don’t come here on a sunny day.
If you must stay here, make sure you get a room in the new part of the hotel, and don’t pay more than 900NOK - it simply isn’t worth more than that.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking