Room small and unwelcoming, tiny sink in the bathroom and television with only two channels in English.
Breakfast minimalist and just enough. Considering the prices in estonia value is not convenient.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking
We were with my daughter in this hotel several times and have a goog memory. First - it is lacated in the middle of the town, has good personal and rooms, nice terassa, where we met our new friend from Tallinn (thanks hotel). Second, staff are very helpful, they answered to all our questions, ordered taxi, recomended nice place for dinner. Service sometimes is better then in western such type hotels.
Narva is certainly a town thats quite different from the other Estonian towns. Many of the appartmentblocks look the same and a bit dull and grey.. and yet the town does have a certain charm because it's so different. It's worth to visit for 1 or 2 nights.. after visiting many cities in Estonia I wouldn't have wanted to do without it.
The hotel is located in an area with dull grey apartmentblocks... there is a mall at walking distance and the hotel offers free car park.
The room was quite large, but very basic in furniture and decoration. The bathroom was a bit on the small side but clean. The hotel stands out in this area because it's looks shiney and new compared to the surroundings.
The staff was "ok".. the ones doing the breakfast did their job, but don't expect much of a smile. The reception was more friendly. I don't think the people were unfriendly, maybe more just a bit introvert, as Estonians sometimes tend to be.
I would stay in this hotel again if I would be back in Narva.
We have stayed in this Hotel several times, and found it no problem.You have to remember its not anything like Tallin, but a good standard for this area. The staff are very helpful if asked, and will sort out any problems asap. Most speak english and they try hard to please you. If you like a holiday with a difference, try it, if not go to Benidorm.
We went to Narva as part of a tour of Estonia, but wish we could have missed it out! The whole town feels like a bit dropped off the Soviet Union and so does the hotel, although they claim it is very modern. We ended up escaping as soon as we could.
Basic hotel room, restaurant was dead and still poor. Hotel surrounded by concrete Soviet apartment blocks, one saving point was it's near to a supermarket which stays open late!
Well, one of those places I won't go again.
I have been visiting 3 times - June 2006, July 2007 and May 2008 and every time has been a smaller or bigger catastrophe:
* with the rooms,
* fixing the small thing is not functioning,
* having 150 extra visitors for the breakfast so that we had to wait 2 hours to have ours,
* heating not functioning,
* the restaurant has major problems in operational management and our meals have been forgotton, the wine never arrived as "the wine cellar was locked and the keyholder is away", when the meals final came the were wrong ones, and cold. The service was rude and tha language barried is hig like the Berlin wall. The final was that I was waiting over 2 months for the invoice as the staff serving on that night did not know how to write a bill, although it was order several hours ahead of the timeI specially went to pay it....
I can tell you a plenty of other stories.
As I said - the last place to stay over night in Narva.