It is the noisiest hotel in the world.
Posted Sep 27, 2016
It did warn 'no noise not guaranteed' but that's quite some understatement. Our room looked straight out onto the courtyard of the nightclub under the hotel. It's a great nighclub- we spent some time there. We went back to the room though at some point- no one else did until about 6am. The music did not just bleed through into the room- it was pumped directly into the window from the courtyard . Closing the window- which were not even double glazed to help! Made no difference but to make the whole room unbearably hot. Once the music stopped at 6 people took about 2 hours to clear the area completely and each group staying at the hotel bashed straight into our door which was the first on the corridor.
Not everything else was perfect either- there were no towels, the lock on the main door made it really difficult to lock behind you, the toilet door did not shut at all- the lock was faulty but even worse the door wouldn't even but pushed closed- it swung open. The double bed was too small for two adults to sleep in and the ceiling was visibly falling apart.
The staff were very nice- we requested new towels, an iron, and for a single bed to be wheeled in. Which they did in minutes.
If this was marketed as a stayover venue for the nightclub for stag/hen dos it would be great- I would recommend it. But it isn't- it portrays itself differently, including price. This was about four times more expensive than a room at a normal budget brand hotel. But it's impossible to sleep there