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Located above a nice cafe, very close to the train station. They did not have an iron for me. The curtains were really bad. The bathroom was very dirty.
The owner was helpful regarding parking This was not a hotel. it is a hostel. For group travel where the group has the intention of interacting and having access to any of the groups rooms at any time this hostel is not the answer.
sink in the room and TV, but mainly just a private room was nice the floor wasvery dusty, and the beds were strange, as the mattress was too big and kept falling off
friendliness of management/staff Curtain did not cover window(rail too far from frame). No controls over very noisy guests who came in twice during the night and woke me.
The service was friendly and laid-back. I thoroughly enjoyed my meal at the restaurant. Location was fantastic. Breakfast (which was included in hotel price) was very minimal and not satisfactory. Be sure to bring your own body wash/shampoo/hair dryer, as these are not available at the hotel.
Proximity to the train station and 013 The place is essentially a hostel, not a hotel. Suited my needs so that wasn't a problem but others should be aware.
Relatively friendly staff The room was extremely cold, noisy and dirty. The breakfast was too simple and tiny. In addition, the price was way too high for the hotel's class.
- close to the train station - internet wi-fi no toilet in the room...
Staff were very friendly and helpful and the location was sensation, being two minutes walk from the train station and about five minutes walk to the venue of the music festival I was in town for. This is more of a hostel than a hotel and the services and comfort of the room reflected this. I was aware that the bathroom facilities were shared, but didn't expect the backpackers style setup that they had. I just didn't feel that the quality of comfort of the room and the facilities warranted the expense give many other places I have stayed, including hostels with superior facilities.
The staff is the most friendly and lovely ever, and I've been in plenty of different hotels around Europe. The shared bathroom is something I'm not too fond of but everything else compensates.
For the good part of both days I was there, my room was empty. That didn't have too much to do with the hotel, I was just lucky. The desk staff was friendly and helpful, and they had games such as pool and foosball in the lounge, as well as a big tv. My room was very cold, no lockers, the free breakfast ended very very early, and the hotel is nowhere near the main town, or train station.