I recently stayed here from 13th-20th July. On the second day i had an accident and walked into the balcony door not realizing that the door was actually closed. It was very difficult to tell if the door was open or closed as the glass balcony door contained no warning stickers or any branding stickers telling you the door was closed, with the sun shining through it made telling difficult. If the doors do not have stickers advising of danger then they should not break as easily as they do. This would not have happened at a British hotel as all doors are made to standard policy which means they won't break no matter how hard you walk into them. I doubt that these doors were made to the same standard. Furthermore the reception then informed us that we would lose our 200 euro damage bond, even though it took them 2 days to repair the door. This is not an isolated incident as just down the corridor from where i was staying i saw another room having a door replaced. 400 euros for 2 sheets of glass is scandalous, especially when you take into account that the doors were either poor quality or not labelled warning of the dangers. An argument could be made that the apartments are laible for the damage.
However i will add that the rooms were very nice and were good value. I just thought i'd leave this review warning any future users, just in case they make the same expensive accident.
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