Don't be fooled by lovely pictures!
Posted Jun 8, 2015 on Hotels
WARNING! beautiful decor, but very uncomfortable place to stay. You are never allowed your own key, must rely on the fastidious owner to open the door. We had requested early ck in and he opened the door , yelled no ck in until 4pm and slammed the door in our face. No open area or lobby, he is constantly using a chemical spray in the halls. There is a lovely backyard, but no one is allowed to go there, in fact when my husband opened the shade at breakfast, he rushed and readjusted the curtain. He has an odd sense of humor, a woman asked what time rhe stores opened and he said, "you can't wait to spend money." she had to ask 3 times. I asked for the wifi password and he said "10 Euros", which was not the password but what he charged, He was however unalble to connect to the net. If it had not npbeen a nonrefundale rate, I would have cancelled before cking in , due to his rudeness, it did not get better. This man should NOT be in the hospitality industry, you feel like a bother to him in his house and pay 200 euros a night for what feels like a hostel, where you cannot come and go as you please. Do not waste your money, try the Radisson Blu or ANYwhere but this odd place.
Comment from Hotel Management
Sep 19, 2015 by Steindor Ivarsson, Hotel Management
The owner did not slam the door in your face. We are not constantly using chemical spray in the halls. The backyard is open to guest but smoke free. The WiFI costs 5 Euros pr. day and we have a Microsoft certified system administrator working in the hotel to help our guests. Guests can come and go to the hotel as they please we have a 24 hours reception.