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We (2 students) rented a private double room with 2 single beds, which only had one bed and one mattrass. The double sheets were already used and everything was very dirty. The bathrrom was ok as well as the breakfast and the staff, but the...More
They should change the name from hotel to hostel but still the place will be not acceptable. Dirty rooms with old damaged furnitures, very old damaged bads. This place should be closed for the renovation.
The only good thing is the terrace with its view. But after staying there for a few nights, I had to change to another hostel (HI Toronto), since I definitely had enough of it. It's very dirty, not only in the bathroom with mold, but...More
Stayed here for two nights. It is not much; a bedroom with two beds. Share a separate bathroom and separate toilet. It all looks a bit old, but it's relatively clean.
Breakfast is very good! You can choose 5 items (incl. drinks, cornflakes and all...More
If you are looking for a place to stay and you do not mind noise during night, heat during summer nights (no AC), go for it! This place is not really clean either. Even there is housekeeping every day, they just sweep the floor in...More
US$ 46 - US$ 64 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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