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Close to finish and fantastic location for many tourist attractions; all walking distance.
Clean but very small room, air condition, easy breakfast included, friendly staff.
Good bus, train and taxi link.
Apx. 25 km from airport, 25 minutes.
I arrived to a grumpy man at reception and a stench of sewerage so strong I was nearly sick!
The rooms were small, dirty old with no window.
I was meeting fellow travellers on an Intrepid tour and couldn't believe they would book such a...More
Worst hotel I stayed in during my 3 months in Europe. I got stuck in the lift twice and the second time with staff who laughed, pushed all the buttons and told me this happens all the time. The stairs were dangerous and impossible with...More
We were a large group and check-in took exactly 1hour! The man at the reception spent all this time staring at his computer screen, trying to find out which rooms we had, occasionally giving out key cards that didn't work or room numbers that were...More
We booked into the Asur and was told it was closed for renovations and stayed next door at the Erbil which is owned by the same people. Room was disgustingly dirty especially the shower, tried to upgrade but said nothing was available. Upon our return...More
US$31 - US$81 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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