Posted Apr 27, 2016 on Hotels
The staff was very friendly and always ready to be of assistance, even trying a bit harder. The lack of elevators is a bit of a drawback, especially for older people, but we managed. Unfortunately, most of the time, people going up and down the stairs were noisy, not having been told strongly enough to consider guests in nearby rooms. Signs are not enough - parents, especially, have to be told to make sure that their children be as quiet as possible when going up or down the stairs. The food was plentiful and good but it would have been more efficient if full platters could have been brought to replace empty or almost empty ones rather than have empty platter taken away and after a while, bring the full ones. Again, what stood out the most was the efficiency and friendliness of the staff - all the staff.