Posted Aug 28, 2016
First look from the outside, the hotel looks as a palace as well as the lobby. The staff at the information desk were very nice and all smiles and very polite. Rooms are comfortable but when you open the window, all you see is a house in ruins with plants growing everywhere, like a haunted house. I mean they could have planted some trees to hide this macabre sight. These rooms were advertised as mountain view. Since our rooms were underneath the restaurant, we knew when it closes. You can hear all the chairs and tables moving around 11/midnight. The worst was the breakfast. Very little choice, worthy of a 1 star hotel. Ham, one choice of cheese, diluted orange juice, eggs, pancakes, cookies and everything related. Half the time, coffee pot was empty and had to ask to fill it. The staff at the restaurant were loud speaking to each other. They do their job like they were underpaid. The hotel is 15 minutes walk to downtown but since it's on a hill, it's tiring to walk back at night. They have a free shuttle bus that always shows on time as scheduled. The reason we chose this hotel was because it's a five stars and it has a parking lot.