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Dear Seminal Hotel manager
We have booked this hotel for 5 days. Comming Monday we will be there. But Im really worry abt the quality n variety of breakfast. Since its really impotant to us and here its not enough pictures abt that.
One of the worst hotels I saw. Bad bathroom with low water pressure , dirty rooms, no air-conditioning,and bad smell.
More like a cruise ship than a 4 star hotel!
The refrigerator was uncharged and even the water was not inside it. There were no...More
The service was too poor, the hotel smells bad , breakfast is boring and the same every day ,staff could not speak English and were least helpful , rooms where not clean , fridge did not work properly, no brush and toothpaste,
But the location...More
You can see my oldest positiv reviwe .in this visit we disappointed to see bad condition.the hotel realy not achiving any stars.all the furniture are old and mattress are old and yellowish. The mini bar wasnt working but they denied our request to fixing it...More
Stayed from 15-18 December. There is no less than one star to give to this hotel. The worst hospitality service you would ever imagine. Rude staff. Food quality and verity is rubbish. Cold water. The Turkish bath should be closed for health and safety. Very...More
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