We were very disappointed with some aspects of this hotel. We deliberately booked into it a sit said it had access for disabled travellers but found this not to be so. Also their service was not up to the mark. When we booked I stated that we were arriving very early in the morning after a long flight from New Zealand. We did not expect the room to be ready but we did not expect that they had already toldthe previous occupants they could have a late check out. We were told we would have to wait until 2pm for a room! But they could offer us another room on the fifth floor. I specifically asked if it had disabled access and was assured it did . The room was small but they are all small here. The shower was not a walk in shower but rather a step up and climb and squeeze in shower. Once you were in it you could not move it was so tiny. The toilet was far too low for disabled access. However the room was very clean. The Tv did not work and we had to call the maintenance people several times to get it to work. Each time we were assured they would come at once but it took over an hour. The wifi in this hotel may be free but it is usseless on the fifth floor- do not book in if you want access, even in their own internet service on the ground floor it constantly cut out. The one good thing I like about this place was their generous and tasty breakfast. i thought this was extremely good value
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