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This hotel is basic, and with most rooms having a single connecting door, you can hear everything that's going on. Apart from that, we (a group of 8) found it clean, reasonable size (bigger than some more expensive ones I've stayed in) and our shower...More
The only thing going for this place was it was clean. No TV. No bar, No coffee, No WiFi.No Parking. (only on street in the week) Stale bread rolls , Morning coffee was like tar, Camp beds with plastic under sheet. Drains smell. The owner...More
Guys, a friend and I stayed in the Sayonara in January 2012 and think some reviewers are expecting a little too much for their money. The hotel was clean, the beds comfortable and we found the owner/operator friendly and helpful (lets face it we're were...More
Like a few other reviewers I read the mixed feedback for this hotel and was travelling in the hope some people had been overly harsh, unfortunately not!! Walls are indeed paper thin, I felt like I knew our next door neighbours very well by the...More
Like so many others on here, it was the worst hotel I have ever stayed in. Budget is the main word. The walls are so thin that we were able to hear others in neighbouring rooms coughing.
The beds haven't been replaced since the1950's, and...More
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