Hotel Wolnack rebuilt so moved to Hotel Elisabeth
Posted Feb 9, 2016 on Hotels
Firstly arriving to Hotel the Wolsack I got to know on a paper on the door that hotel was closed for renovation. Was asked to call a number to a hotel in the group. It was just some 400 meters walk on a street that was under reconstruction, so walked in the rain in a wet mud with three cages.
Arriving at Hotel Eisabeth (an old rebuilt hospital?) I got an appartment, so a big room with a kitchen and a huge bathroom. Think the normal rooms where sold out.
The "appartment" was clean and the beds were good. The big problem was that the room was extreemenly cold as I arrived. No heating in there. You should use the aircondition for heating, but as they were off it was really cold. The hight in the room was high, so it was not enough to get a warm room before going to bed. The noise from the airco made it impossible to sleep, so turned it off going to bed. Waking up early the first morning it was dreadful to take a shower. Warm as long you were under the water, but then it was very cold. Kept airco heating on for the whole second day, so that evening/night was better.
Breakfst room was very unpleasant with a feeling of beeing in a hospital. Limited choises, extremely hard boiled eggs, the smallest crosaint you can find.
Think the hotel is oK if you need your own kitchen and are visiting in summer time. I will not return though.