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After myself and my partner reading the reviews on here, I was absolutely dreading staying here for 4 nights and couldn't believe I'd let myself book to stay here without properly looking into it. However, when we arrived, we genuinely couldn't have been more surprised!...More
Stayed at the Aston City Hotel from the 9th-11th June. We were originally dreading this after reading reviews of this accommodation on trip advisor however, we were pleasantly surprised! Check in is in another building just down the street, the man at reception was extremely...More
I went to visit the city and we arrive early to the hotel and we spoke on the reception if it was possible to do the booking and put our things in the dorm and it was denied and they only after 3pm, but no...More
Nice place! Was a long walk from station but nice views and perfect if you get a bike. Clean rooms private toilet, can be a little small but was comfortable. Loved staying here as so close to the park.
I am extremely disappointed and dissatisfied with the hotel I booked through booking.com. We checked into our hotel and got to our room, I was shocked to see how small and empty it was. There were no wardrobes to hold any of our clothing, no...More
US$78 - US$239 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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