Were We Expecting Too Much From a Three-Star?
Posted Jun 19, 2012
The public areas of this small hotel are stylish and modern and the staff are very friendly. Breakfast was excellent, with a wide choice of cereals and fruit, all well-presented. The Wi-Fi worked, although it was rather cumbersome, with delays and the requirement to click through 2 "registration" screens every time you started a session; at least it was free. The rooms, however, we found disappointing. We were initially allocated a tiny double room with no balcony, or view; on requesting something better, we were given a slightly larger room, with a tiny balcony and the smallest en suite we have ever seen. Our sleep was disturbed on several nights by other guests coming back to their rooms late; there seemed to be no sound insulation between rooms, or to the corridor, as we could hear even normal speach quite clearly.