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As other reviewers note, this hotel is cheap but in a questionable area. The staff was very helpful with planning and that impressed me. This area has beggars on the streets, lots of Arabs and ethnic groups, and so be prepared to walk past quickly...More
The hotel is located in what could be described as an ethnic ghetto. The hotel itself is old and dated. There was a new shower stall, but between the walls of the shower were gaps of about a quarter of an inch, meaning showering resulted...More
This is one of those hotels that, annoyingly, change their nightly rate depending on perceived demand. So when demand is low and you can get a good rate (for eg 60 euros for a single use twin or double room) this is excellent value. The...More
Firstly, don't confuse with hotel of same name in the parallel street.
Secondly, just remember why you chose this hotel: value for money. That means not expecting Sekt (Germany's champagne substitute) for breakfast, designer laden rooms, flowers in every nook, carpet ankle deep, and subservient...More
This hotel is by no means fancy or amazing but it was clean and a good value for the money. The location was walking distance from every tourist attraction like the clock tower and St. Peters church. However it was not on the nicest street.
US$66 - US$246 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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