Really disappointed with this hotel.
Money has clearly been spent on the entrance area, but as soon as I stepped out of the lift I sensed this was not going to be a good experience.
My room, on the second floor, dated from the late 1970s/early 1980s with fixtures and fittings from this era. The curtains didn't quite cover all of the windows, so was woken by the light early in the morning.
The carpet was old and had stains on it, I didn't want to take my shoes off. The room just felt unclean, even though the sheets looked fine. The TV didn't have a remote control (which may sound a bit lazy, but when paying 92 euros for a night I think a TV under 20 years old could be expected). Just did not want to have to spend any time in the room.
The bathroom was horribly dated. There was a pipe running out of the ceiling which had a gap to allow cobwebs to build up. The shower was a hot/cold mix, so either was scalding or freezing and needed constant attention.
Overall, a very disappointing experience. The rooms, for me, do not even merit a 1*.
The buffet breakfast was ok in the morning. A variety of breads/cereals/fruits etc.
The staff were friendly and helpful when arranging a taxi for us.
The hotel is also in the process of changing its name, currently called the Ayun from the outside. Would have been nice if we could have been advised this, rather than wandering around thinking we must not have the right address.
Avoid this hotel if you have any desire to spend time in your room and feel comfortable.
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