Good service, old rooms/furnishings need face-lift
Posted Sep 1, 2015 on Hotels
This hotel nails the basics (good sized rooms, AC) and strives to do its best, but despite the nice pool, good front desk and restaurant/breakfast service and free Wifi, I can't honestly give it more than three stars because of its dark, far outdated (1970s?) furnishings, coupled with an uncomfortable mattress (and no flat sheet to spare me from the rough blanket). It served its purpose, though, as I had to meet friends down the street at the Kempinski hotel the following morning. I stayed in this hotel for a mere 16 hours and saved $370 from what I would have paid at the Kempinski; in that sense, it was worth it.