Stayed here 3 times for 1week + each time
Posted Jul 22, 2013 on Hotels
This is predominantly a business hotel so is very quiet at the weekends - as it is winter here at the moment the pool is rarely used, but is kept clean and clear on a regular basis, should you wish to brave the cold water! The gym is basic, but functions, and there is a sauna attached (be aware you need to turn it on half an hour before you want to use it). Breakfast is more or less the same every day, but with plenty of variety of fresh fruit, cereals, cheese / ham etc, fresh bread / rolls / cakes, and a limited hot selection. Always two or three options of fresh juice and the coffee is piping and readily available. The breakfast is of the same standard whether you get up early, or towards the end of their service, as it is topped up regularly. The hotel offers a dinner buffet on weeknights, and a la carte the rest of the time. The buffet, as with breakfast, always has a wide selection (soup / different types of rice / selection of hot pastas / varying vegetable side dishes) as well as a variety of cold salad-type starters, and plenty of sweet options for dessert, including lots of fresh fruit. The a la carte menu is good and I have tried several different dishes from it - if you don't fancy the suggested garnish, the kitchen will happily amend for an alternative (the steaks are all fantastic). Drinks are of a reasonable price for a hotel of this standard, and the provisions in the mini-bar are also not expensive.