Good for lower-priced hotel
Posted Oct 31, 2016 on Wotif
The room was spacious, clean and comfortable. My wife was concerned about one of the windows not closing properly, but in the end, I don't think it mattered (2nd-floor room). There was distinct wear and repair on some of the tiles in the bathroom, but it looked like part of the history of the building. If that is the case, I would leave it as it is! There was nothing unsafe about it. Lugging the luggage up the stairs was difficult (I'm not young), but the guy on the desk was happy to help. This hotel is mainly about the rooms; there is a reception desk, a single chair and a small table down stairs, but that was it - nothing fancy. That said, it didn't make any difference to the room! The bathroom was clean and worked fine. There were the usual things: tea/coffee, fridge, microwave, etc. There was nothing you could buy at the hotel (no vending machines, bar facilities, etc), but there were plenty of food shops and a couple of 24-hour minimart-type shops nearby (across the road) so supplies were easy to get. There is NO PARKING as part of the hotel, so great for backpackers, but not much good for those with a car (I don't know where you'd park if you had a car). A great room, but no good if you need parking.