From the information we got provided, when we arrived at the hotel (30 students) we were told that we couldn't have 3 bedded rooms and that they only provided 2 bedded rooms which was an inconvenience for us all. The images on the website look nothing like the hotel, they only give you one key and you have to give it back to them if you're leaving the hotel for the day, the woman at the reception wasn't friendly at all and gave us attitude, there was building work being done on the hotel downstairs which made quite a bit of noise, no tea/coffee making facilities in the room, no fridge, if we made any sort of noise the reception were asking us all to pay 25 euros and if one lot of us made noise they could take all the money (we didn't).
The hotel needs a makeover (when people aren't in the hotel) as it's very run down, I found mold on clean sheets and stains on the blankets they provided in the rooms. You can hear everyone in the hotel because the walls are that thin.
The only things that are good are that it's a short walking distance to the metro, the breakfast was very good to say it was continental and you could help yourself to however much food/drink as you wanted. The beds are very comfy and the room was spacious for the time we were there.
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