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Stayed five days at this hotel. Arrived too early for check in but they allowed me to leave my bags while I went into the city. Got a room at the rear overlooking a car park which was quieter than rooms at the front. I...More
My wife, baby and I arrived late, but after a quick call they checked us in after reception hours. There is no lift, so we had to carry baby and pram up and down several flights of stairs. They didn't have any baby or cot...More
how do you feel to pay for a "normal" accomdoation and find yourself in a dirty, extrasmall and not serviced room? not a pleasant feeling the only positive aspect of this "hotel" is position close to railway station. then remain a dull place, where you...More
We stayed for a week in central private hotel, and found the staff very helpful and kind. We had a double room and shared bathroom, but rooms with bathrooms are available, however shared shower facilities clean and quiet. For the price I don't think you...More
stayed 12 nights. friendly staff.
could be better in routine cleaning and overall facility (though this is an old building so it has limitations).
only few mins from central station, so convenient for using train / public transport.
several restaurants nearby.
also a woolies at...More
US$64 - US$133 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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