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Really should have read reviews BEFORE booking. Was after a cheap city stay for the long weekend, we got it alright but at the cost of having to put our toilet paper in the bin instead of flushing it down the toilet where surely in...More
We stayed in what is advertised as a family room, tiny with no where to put bags. The main bed is pushed up against wall so you will have to climb over your partner to get out of bed. Beds very uncomfortable and hard. The...More
I didn't expect the best as the price was cheap. They did explain prior to booking that there was no lift to the 4th floor apartment which I did question however I accepted this. On arrival I signed a piece of paper stating I would...More
I booked at city lodge for 2 nights via latebookings -
They have a policy than you need to cancel 3 days prior.
I attempted to do this however no one answered their phone....
I also contacted the company I booked though - even though...More
Besides all, yes All the reviews with one star here, I have to add beetles, huge beetles in the room.
It's now 1:25 am, I'm calling the emergency number and no one picks the phone. There is no staff in the building so... I'm leaving...More
US$75 - US$138 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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