The hotel is perfectly located to reach the central shopping, restaurants and bars/coffee houses in the pedestrian streets and also Old Town on foot. The hotel has just been rebranded as a Ramada but it is a Ramada in name only. It is an old, tired hotel with worn, elderly bed linens and furnishings. Our room, while large, suffered accordingly. There was a hairline crack starting at the corner of one wall and continuing about 180 degrees around the room. The room was clean, the service adequate. Breakfast was below average. There was an interesting tableau which we observed at breakfast. All tables were simply set except one which was elegantly set with a white tablecloth and marked "reserved". We were nearby. Shortly, an elderly woman entered and was seated there. She was served by no less than five staff. For example, one waitress delivered a cup of tea and after it had steeped, a second waitress removed the tea bag from the cup. Throughout this opulent breakfast, a man in suit and tie stood at her elbow to do her bidding and answer questions. On leaving, we asked and were told she was owner and he the food and beverage manager. This description is not intended as a criticism, merely an observation of life at the Ramada
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