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Great short (2-night) recent stay here. Tony was away but his mom Veneta was a warm and extremely kind host.
My room (#42) was on the top floor and worth the climb up 5 flights of steps: while the room itself was compact and modest...More
We decided to splurge on what was written up as one of the best hotels in town and were very disappointed. The room was fine but small for the price. We did have a great view, but that's about the only reason this place didn't...More
Stayed here three nights and enjoyed it very much. Friendly and helpful hostess who speaks quite good English and pointed out things we shouldn't miss. Great location, and unlike other old town areas a taxi can take you straight to the door which I find...More
The hotel is family owned and it shows. Fluent English spoken by the owners. Very good service from the mum and son who run it. As others have said, no lift but not really a problem. Our room overlooked the fortress and the view was...More
Small family run hotel. No lift so keep your luggage to a minimum. Room was small and the bathroom was separate but had a key and nobody else could use it so there was no major issue. Perfectly situated in this beautiful part of the...More
US$31 - US$36 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hotel Comfort is a short walk uphill on cobble stone road but take it slow, it is not too big an effort. And when you get there it is certainly worthwhile. The place is really charming as are the... More
Hotel Comfort is a short walk uphill on cobble stone road but take it slow, it is not too big an effort. And when you get there it is certainly worthwhile. The place is really charming as are the owners.
Irma from Helsinki