Nobody was there at reception for a while. Then an employee came and tell us where is the room and the keys were inside.
First impression: the hotel looked like after-war design, no guests on the hallway, creepy feeling, the doors were old, broken (somebody could have been angry and punch the door), the numbers written with a marker, old carpet, the bathroom was like back in the 50s, mold in the ventilation, cold in the room (there was a radiator in the room, but the fact that there were ventilation holes to outside air meant it couldn't get very warm).
They certainly need to do some reparation in this hotel for future guests.
In the room next to us was living an old man which used for a few good hours the Skype on speaker which was very annoying due to the fact there is no sound isolation between the rooms and we could clearly hear their discussion( also, the music from the bar could be heard up to 1 a.m).
Overall, this was the creepiest hotel I have ever booked.
Oh, the employee from the reception was also doing the housekeeping. Not very talkative, but polite and helpful.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking