We were put into what can only be described as a transformed attic room on the second floor. One window with a view of a roof 1 metre away. 3 slanting ceilings, a floor that sloped and just one easy chair. The light fitting was damaged. The shared tea/coffee making facilities did not exist on the ground floor and the first floor facilities consisted of a kettle, apparently the boiler had not been working for at least a fortnight and the taps to get the water had been removed. The thought of carrying water to the kettle, making the tea/coffee and then carrying either up a flight of circular stairs or in a lift was something not to be considered. The food was very basic, with no sign of traditional German dishes, not very well cooked and what appeared to be an abundance of frozen vegetables. The lounge was a few rows of seats in the reception area. There was nowhere to go to relax either to read or just chill other than our room, which as previously mentioned had just one chair, that made it awkward for the other occupant. We also have severe reservations about the quality of the fire escape system. It seemed to rely on aluminium stepladders which in one location was draped over a wall. Not to easy for more mature travellers. You can make up your own mind as to whether you ever visit. Certainly not worth £1,058.00.
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