We stayed here for one night at the start of our trip. There were several of us travelling together, all flying in at different times. The easiest thing to do was to meet up at an airport hotel. The Radisson site advertised a free hourly airport shuttle. This was the main reason we chose to stay here. But when we tried to book the shuttle, we were told that it only goes one way - from the hotel to the airport. This made no sense. It drops people off then goes back empty?
By that point, it was too late to rebook. So we all had to take separate cabs, getting ripped off by various amounts, depending on the cabby. 15 euros to go from the airport to an airport hotel? You're kidding me. At that price, we should've stayed in town.
The rooms themselves were spacious. Mine came with a complementary stench of stale smoke, even though I requested a non-smoking room. The bin hadn't been emptied. There was a used hypodermic needle in it. Lovely.
Two people in our party got in early and ate at the hotel. (Not by choice, but there was nothing else nearby.) As they ate, four waiters stood there watching them, as if they were going to steal the forks. There was no one else in the restaurant, so the staff were probably just bored, but it made for an uncomfortable meal.
I've stayed at other Radisson hotels, mainly at airports. They're bland, but tolerable. This one, though, is below par.
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