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It is not worth the cheap price - will never stay there again. Broken showers and dirty washrooms, no ventilation, dirty rooms with unbeliveble smells and inedible breakfast. and no safe place to put your bags.
I will never stay there again. not even if...More
This place is just shocking.
Now, let`s forget one`s jugement, facts are here:
- carpets smell bad and are in poor condition (picture is attached)
- many broken equipments (pictures attached)
- morning breakfast was on small tables, 8 chairs for 6 tables... As a...More
Welcome smell was pee when going up the stairs to the room.
Matress was really old and painful. Carpet was broken in places, and looked dirty.
The smell in the room was just disgusting, the low and tiny window didn't let much air going through....More
The only good thing is about the location, that is pretty good. The staff was rude, the female washroom was very dirty and with no toilet paper. The linens were dirty and all areas were stinky. The staff took off my food without The worst...More
The staff was friendly & helpful. Check in check-in was very quick, deposit was required. Fortunately we got an entire room to ourselves even when asking for the cheapest room possible. (No other travelers check into our shared room) Bathrooms were not occupied. We stayed...More
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