Unfriendly employee. My English is not the best, and she made no attempt to speak slower or easier.
If you are a hotel you should be prepared to receive tourists who do not speak English.
The reception on the 3rd floor is untidy.
At check in we arrived early and had to make time on the street. OK, I understand, but at the right time they put me in the room but the key
They only gave me 30 minutes later, because they would have to get a machine to set up the electronic keychain.
They demanded a security deposit of & 150.00 (if I broke anything). No hotel charged me that in the UK. At no time did they say it would be necessary.
On the second day we went into the room and the door didn't open, we headed to the front desk and the clerk talking on the phone never looked at us and invited us to sit or gestured for us to wait.
The room has good space but is not cozy. It's very different from the photos on Booking.com. Looks like the furniture was thrown anyway.
Beside the bed there is no bedside table, which is near the window where there is outlet. The lights cannot be turned off from the bed, the switches are far away.
There is a pillar in the middle of the room.
One of the curtains has half of the different fabric, that is, it was placed there in a crocheted way.
Very few TV channels work. Most pixelate.
In the bathroom only ONE toilet roll for 2 people for 2 days?
Just ONE little flavor. Just ONE shampoo and ONE shower gel?
The internet has upload speed limited to only 30K / s. A photo takes 1:30 minutes to upload. As I play in the cloud all photos of the day, it takes 3 hours to take 100 photos.
The entrance of the building is a bit wide, there are beggars sleeping there.
In short: "DREAM" has nothing.
The good things: The location is great. The bathroom is modern and the bath is great. Quiet, we had a good nights sleep.