My first impression, on entering the single room of the hotel, was one of utter disbelief. It was just large enough to hold a small single bed, a wardrobe and a small chair - not an armchair. The attached toilet and bathtub were just adequate for mis-shapen dwarfs. It was one of the most basic hotels I had ever stayed in during my 50 years of travel.
The air-conditioning occasionally produced some very loud and most worrisome noises. Despite repeated complaints, the staff were unhelpful.Since the small and very old TV receiver did not respond to the remote unit, I complained about it. A man came over to check. He informed me that it could only be started by pressing the button on the receiver, and not remotely. That TV switch was almost a foot beyond my tip-toe reach. Result: No TV for 7 nights.
Thereafter, I did not even bother to complain - though there was a lot to complain about. The blanket had been cut and slashed by some previous disgrunted guest - and had not been replaced. Small patches of paint had pealed from the sidewall and ceiling. There were large black ants in the basin and toilet, though the room staff took care of them after the second day. There was no bath mat and not even a soap holder with the bathtub. The wardrobe door would not shut tight. It was a bare-bones hotel witrh the barest min9imum of facilities. It had also been difficult to locate on the first day.
Considering these points, and the fact that no breakfast was offered, The charge of Euro 54 a night was truly extortionate. GTA Travelport, through whom my travel agent had booked my hotel, owes to its customers to ensure that the hotels offered represent good value for money.
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