excellent Indian food in the attached restaurant
Posted Jun 18, 2015
I was given for the first night a tiny room in the attics. It would have been ok, but the next morning I felt toilet odour coming from the aeration louver. They changed my room, and chose one in the old part of the hotel with windows toward back garden. There was a big construction across the street and the noise was bothering me, otherwise the hotel is located in a quite quiet place.
The hotel looks quite oldish. Elevators are really old and only few rooms are up to the three stars standard. The personnel is pretty nice and tries to be as helpful as possible. But the owner should definitely invest some money in renovating properly.