Ratings based on 2 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
2.5 out of 5
2.5 Room cleanliness
3.0 Service & staff
2.0 Room comfort
2.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
4 out of 5
Recommended
by Tuikki from Helsinki

Hyvä ja ystävällinen palvelu

Posted Sep 28, 2014 on Hotels
Yksiö oli isompi kuin kuvasta voisi ymmärtää, joten se oli positiivinen yllätys. Rantaan oli matkaa, joka oli kyllä tiedossa, mutta hyvä lenkki mennen tullen :). Muuten paikka oli lähellä kauppoja, ravintoloita ja pääkadulle käveli 5 minuuttia, josta pääsi paikallisbussilla hyvin liikkumaan. Lentokentälle tunnin verran ja paikallisbussilla pääsi vaivattomasti ja hinta oli nelisen euroa, taxilla varmaan useamman kympin.
1 out of 5
by A verified traveler from Newquay

A hotel in hell would be better than this place!!

Posted Sep 6, 2014
Pros: Nothing
Cons: Change of ownership
Location: Location is great ......the old village is fantastic
Behind the glossy facade Happy Days is a hotel that does not resemble its title in any shape or form. The room was a pit resembling a prison cell more than holiday accommodation. Four walls no window(S) a patio door that looked out onto a white wall and a balcony that was another room without a roof.... no views....except for white walls. The room was unclean and equipped with stained bedlinen and towels, dirty kitchen utensils that I did not intend to use. The hotel is extremely noisy at night the bar staff shout at the guests and were very intimidating. On the second day of my stay upon returning to my room it became apparent very quickly that my belongings, suitcase and bags had been rummaged through. Lucky enough nothing was missing... I truly think that I disturbed them. However I was soon to discover that others had had their belongings searched to!! So I cut my stay short as I was a little unnerved. This piece of information is worth keeping in mind if you stay at Happy Days. There is absolutely no legal basis for a hotel to take your passport away from you. Your passport is an official document issued by your State authorities and NO ONE HAS THE RIGHT TO TAKE IT AWAY FROM YOU. IT BELONGS TO YOU AND THE COUNTRY WHICH ISSUED IT. A hotel receptionists have the legal right to identify and register the people staying at their hotel. So they can check your passport and write or copy your details. HOWEVER THEY SHOULD ALWAYS HAND IT BACK TO YOU ON A SIMPLE REQUEST.