This hotel look really old: it reminded me of low-cost hotels when you had to travel low-budget as a student. The entire atmosphere is rather depressing: its look is a mix between a hospital and a prison.
The rooms are big but dusty and oldfashioned. There is a television but the screen is so small that you can't watch it when sitting in your bed. The bathroom are big, but really industrial. There is a lot of noise in the corridors because of the many doors that other guests need to open and close to go from one area of the hotel to another and because the room is next to the road and parking. The bed is ok, but the sheets look and feel like they are 20 years old. The wardrobe was rather dusty.
Breakfast is really basic: bread and some cheese and ham. I would not recommend the croissants: they were really hard and crispy at all (I don't even know how they can get this hard!)
The diner we had was not bad but not good either: the porc they served was ok, but the fish I had the second day had no taste at all. The bread they served was really hard: it was a little bit warm so I suspect they just took the leftovers from breakfast and put it in the microwave to try to save it.
In general: I was really happy I only had to spend one week in this hotel. The hotel takes care of the primary human needs, but that's also where it ends. On top, I think the rooms are really expensive in comparison with what other hotels charge and offer.
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