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The place is in middle of renovations, our rooms smelt of sweaty body's
The elevator and hallways were dirty.
Our room wasn't cleaned in the two days we were there no fresh towels either despite us asking.
Fridge not working. Stoppers for sink and bath missing. They removed the towels from the bathroom and put the pillows on the floor but didn't make the bed or replace the towels. A call to the front desk and they were quickly delivered. Advised the...More
I will start off with the good points: Beds were comfortable, plenty of plug sockets and good location for downtown..
Now for the downside: we were in room 1113, which is opposite the one and only ice machine for all 16 floors. This machine was...More
My husband and I stayed 2 nights in June. We loved the breakfas! It was much better than we believed based on other reviews. We could not believe how many hot and cold options and the quality of the items. Most other hotel breakfasts generally...More
This was originally a hotel, which was converted to a dorm, and is used as a hotel again in the summer. Rooms were large and well equipped.
The front desk was staffed by unprofessional students. Absolutely terrible service, they could use more training.
US$102 - US$591 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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