It is unfortunate that the keys and money collection is administered by the Town House Hotel at the address given by the apartments - they do themselves a great dis-service!
After a 20 minute walk from the hotel - where we were expected to go for breakfast, wee found the entrance to the apartments - a door next to a steak house that is open until 11pm. Inside we were greeted by an unlit stairway up to the first floor where we found our "apartment" - more a one-roomed bedsit - at the front of the building. I knocked over the tattered ironing board as I entered, an auspicious start! The room was excellently equipped, I don't think. A double bed with a kitchen sink parked next to it. At it's foot was a black leather sofa which had seen better days facing a small TV set. The room smelt damp and bore no relationship to the pictures we had seen on the web when we made the booking. Fortunately, on the way back to the hotel to cancel the booking we dropped in to the Hotel Grand L'Empereur and found they had had a cancellation. we got a superior room there for half the price of the so-called apartment. Further research on the net has revealed that one japanese visitor has been foolish enough to stay the twice, 8 years apart, and found it was just as abysmal in January as it was on his last visit 8 years ago. An establishment to be avoided like the plague.
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