Posted Apr 16, 2015 on Hotels
This is not a hotel, despite the description. It's an apartment in a regular apartment building. Which means a common lobby (smelly and dirty) with no concierge, room service, or even extra toilet paper roll for the week of stay that I was there. Inside the apartment looks as in the photographs, but shabbier and dirtier. The bed was broken on one side (I was alone and could just sleep on the other side), the mattress was horrible, the sheets smelled like kitchen. The bathroom has no shower, just a giant bathtub with a hand-held shower which spits water in every direction with enormous force. The water, by the way, takes about 20 minutes to become warm, and I was advised by the management that I have to turn on the faucets in both the kitchen and the bathroom, to speed up that process. The windows are looking directly at a brick wall about 2 meters away. In short, for about 10 bucks more per night you can have a 2-room suite with warm floors in the bathroom, cleaning service every day, and every convenience of a modern hotel--that's where I stayed last time and thats where I'll be in the future.