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First of all you must understand that we are not talking about a normal hotel,actually we are talking here about a "piece from hell" or better to call it "the nightmare",for the last 7 years I've been traveling abroad at least twice a year and...More
- There is no name (label, sign) of the hotel out side, so you can not see where it is.
- The reception is in other building in basement and very poor and bad quality welcome.
- The hotel located in among disco places, thus...More
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