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We picked this place because of its proximity to the train station & it was perfect for that. The room was satisfactory, but something to keep in mind is if your room faces onto the main street, as ours did, you'll hear the city tram...More
Staffs quality need to be improved.
We met 2 staffs, one is friendly and love to help customers, the other is impatient and not friendly.
The location is good and safe.
The room is newly decorated.
We lived 3 nights here, but 2 nights were...More
The hotel room in general was average. But one thing was shocked in my life, I was stayed at room number 5 and in between room no 5 and no 6 there was a door like a partition and also look like a room. When...More
I loved it. I stayed 2 weeks and I have got to say that Everything was clean, the room was nice and confortable. The stuff in the hotel was very kind and polite. We had a shared kithen and it was really good. I wll...More
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US$44 - US$131 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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