Stayed at this hotel for 2 nights with my friends. The room and bathroom were nice and appeared to be very clean. Unfortunately, the walls are very thin and you can hear everything going on outside of your room. The location of the hotel isn't anything special, you're far from anything touristy. I definitely would not recommend walking the streets at night near this hotel. The staff is very nice and the breakfast is fine.
Lana from CT
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"Excellent service from staff and good quality room"
The rooms are quite good for the price but the best thing about this hotel is the extremely friendly and helpful staff from the front desk to the bell boy. I arrived in a taxi without money to pay for it expecting the hotel to direct me to an ATM nearby. As there was none open in the area at that time of night, the staff at the front desk lent me money to cover the cab until I could get to an ATM later that evening. The staff was also extremely helpful in providing info, arranging for taxis and even helped me order delivery food as the hotel restaurant was closed at the time i wanted to eat.
Graham from Vancouver, CANADA
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This is NOT a hotel. This is a dorm! Small rooms divided by paper thin walls. The doors on each frame slam loud whenever anyone enters or leaves. There is constant noise from televisions, talking, from early evening until early morning. Back packers coming in drunk, speaking in the hall ways, pounding on doors. Then the staff starts cleaning at the crack of dawn. They slam the doors as well, play loud music, and talk and laugh until noon. A nightmare.
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