The guys from the desk were kind and polite, good English speakers, I noticed one was speaking even Russian. However not much "socializing" from their side...here is the key, the room is there, breakfast at that hour, there are the elevators and then a full stop. Three days of hi and bye.
The place reminded me of the communist hotels on the Black Sea coast in the 70's. The bed was probably older than me and I'm 44...each move in that bed was pointed by a "creek-creek", very hard to fall asleep in such bed. The extra bed was even older, my kid was afraid to sleep in it. The light was missing on the last part of the hall to our room so it was quite creepy to get back to our room after the night fell. The TV? I don't know where they could find it, a 37 cm with 10-12 channels all Italian.
Breakfast was till 9:30, if one is a morning sleeper no way to get something to eat. Anyway, not much to eat, one type of ham, one kind of cheese, apples as fruits, orange juice from a machine and of course the rest of the small things like butter, honey and croissants. Three days in a row, same breakfast.
I wouldn't go for the second time.
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