A pretty bad experience
Posted Jul 30, 2015 on Hotels
We are a family of two adults, two teenagers, all in average health.
Our room was at the top floor of the hotel. There was no lift, so we had to slog up a lot of steps with our luggage to get to the room.
The owner spoke little to no English.
There was a heat wave and although it is pretty rare to find small hotels that have air conditioning, they didn't even have an oscillating fan to help keep guests cool.
The room itself had clean sheets, floors and bathroom, but the insects completely negated that effort. The windows were open to cope with the heat, which allowed in many crawling, flying insects and plenty of spiders to keep them honest.
The housekeeper walked into our room without knocking while our children were still asleep and my husband was just about to put his clothes on.
My husband and I had our morning coffee in the beer garden. As we were leaving, the owner asked us when we were leaving, and could we please leave soon. We told her we would probably leave in half an hour. The checkout time is supposed to be noon. She was asking us to leave at 9AM.
When we came to checkout, the owner told us that the credit card machine didn't work, so we'd have to pay cash for our room. No advance notice, not a word until we showed up at the reception desk to settle our bill. It would have been very awkward if we hadn't had the cash on us.
I do not recommend this place.