Good for a bed
Posted Apr 11, 2016
Staff spoke English and were very helpful.
24 hour access, just ring the buzzer and they let you in.
Mini bar was big enough to add own drinks to
Shower was new and warm, with different settings.
Very quiet - although this did mean you could hear neighbours showering.
Not so good things:
We asked for a double room, were told we had one. It was a twin room. We had to push the beds together each day as the cleaners kept separating them.
The door to the bathroom is a sliding door which was very flimsy and not sound proofing in the slightest.
Our sink wouldn't drain, the cleaners had to take the plug out for us.
We were on the fifth floor and the elevator was tiny and didn't make me feel very safe in the slightest.
£12 per person for breakfast - not worth it at all. There were a small range of meat and pastries, over cooked and cold scrambled eggs and bacon.