Convenient, good atmosphere. Good work and tourism balance
excellent location to where I needed to be. the restaurant was excellent the only negative I can say is that the walls are not soundproof, I could hear the conversations and TV's from the rooms around me
We enjoyed it greatly. The breakfast was exceptionally good. Very quiet and comfy rooms.
very close to main road, so a bit noisy. Hallways not clean looking, but rooms were fine and staff pleasant
The property itself was okay. The room was nice, but the bed was lumpy and hard to sleep. The staff was rude towards us at breakfast. Three different people were greeted and offered a choice of seating in the restaurant area before my spouse and I. When we stepped up, suddenly the only seating was ...
Terrible parking arrangements. Next to no parking spaces available. I had to park some distance from reception. Picking up elderly people at reception one had to drive out of the car park through 3 sets of traffic signs and back into hotel entrance.
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