I stayed with a group taking up three rooms in the "hotel". Staff recommended the Qpark across the street and said that it was free for hotel guests, which it wasn't (half price costing over 100 euros for 4 cars). Could have been a misunderstanding but the complaint was dealt with terribly. The manager didn't give us the time of day not listening to us at all, even though there was flaws in what the receptionist said. In the end up he paid out and stormed off! Not very good. Otherwise staff were friendly and helpful. Rooms were aweful half painted, tv didn't work, stinking and no lock on the small bathroom door. The shower door didn't close properly either, In one of the rooms someone had got sick in one of the kettles and it was never checked! Disgusting really! Worst of all was that every key opened every room door in the place!! No wonder everyone get their things stolen. Couldn't wait to get out of the place.
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