Posted Feb 13, 2015
The beds here were comfortable. That's always a pleasant surprise while traveling.
The breakfast buffet had yogurt, pre-packaged pastries, and toast along with several types of juice.
The room had a heater you could use, which was great!
The hotel itself isn't bad, but there are several things that had us concerned.
The wifi only works on the ground floor. You have to sit in the common area in order to use it. If more than 2-3 people are already there, you won't be able to get connected. There was also at least one day where it would not work on our phones at all. We had issues communicating this to the hotel staff. Only the gentleman in the morning spoke any real English.
The en-suite bathroom was TINY. Neither of us are large people, but we both had to turn sideways to get past the sink to the toilet and shower. The bathroom was also frigid and smelled like a damp, unfinished basement. After checking the ceiling tiles, it looks like the bathroom might be exposed to outside air.
The bad side about the heater: it required inserting a fob on the room key. This meant that the room became cold if you left during the day to do things and had to be warmed up again after returning.
The room itself was really small. There was a map of the floor's plan on our door, showing bigger rooms present in the hotel. The hotel had a welcome sign each day to greet all of the guests in the hotel by name. Since we were one couple out of 5 guests, we wondered why we received such a small room