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The room was fine, but that does not make up for the robbery we suffered. The Spanish police told us that whoever broke in had a copy of the key to the apartment, so security is non-existant. Basically, as soon as we walked into that...More
3 Thank Stephan S
Response from Sergio_MH, Director Comercial at MH Apartments TetuanResponded September 28, 2012
Sorry not to have created a good impression and know first hand what is suffers when there is a robbery, but let contradicting as it is the first time in eight years since we opened the apartment building we had a robbery. The...More
We stayed here in February 2012 and stayed for two nights. We really enjoyed ourselves. The location was perfect - very central. My boyfriend did the Barcelona half marathon so the location was really excellent for that. The lady was very helpful when she gave...More
we are a group of friends and we stayed in this apartment for 2 nights.
it is very big and clean, air conditioning is really good.
Kitchen got all the essential equipment, but we didnt use it.
toilet is a bit dim but the shower...More
Thank Tyler L
Reviewed July 10, 2012
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