When I got to the hotel, I was initially satisfied. I had a room under the roof, which, while it offered limited possibilities for standing up straight, had great views of the mountains from both the room itself and the bathroom. Plus, there was a peaceful rooftop patio right over my room, where I sat for a while and admired the view.
However, I hit my head on the ceiling in the room several times, particularly in the bathroom, where the only place I could stand up was next to the sink, and in the shower. Another issue with the bathroom in particular was that it was missing a window pane, and though it was covered by a metal screen, it precluded any nighttime showers (there were houses all around the hotel, probably with great views of my bathroom). Lastly, worst of all, once it started raining, I discovered that the room LEAKED! The ceiling dripped-- I put a towel under it and went to bed, only to find in the morning that there were two new leaks just barely missing my belongings!
The room was also old and sort of dingy from overwear. It looked recently cleaned, but not well maintained.
I would have expected something like this from a really cheap place, but I paid $550 pesos for the room (for one night), which should have gotten me a much better place to stay.More
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