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I was so happy to get a very nice room with a French balcony and partial seaview as the side facing the pedestrian area was a bit dull. The building is over a hundred years old, has been both enlarged and renovated several times still...More
Great location on east end of the public beach. Most rooms are small with little or no balcony, but there are a couple with a bit more comfy layouts, or you can upgrade to get a balcony. Small beds. Air conditioning worked well, which was...More
This hotel was converted from one of the old stately mansions facing the seafront, popular during Edwardian times, and still retains some of the features. The dining room, where the buffet breakfast is served, has 20 foot high ceilings, original plasterwork and a very large...More
Stayed there for 2 nights. Chose hotel only because of good location and did not have any 5star expectations but hotel did not hit even basics! Firstly, we arrive around 10am. There was only 1 receptionist at the desk and felt like our arrival disturbed...More
Atmosphere of the 1920' ies. Location is excellent. The lift was small, only for one person and one small luggage. The room was small to two persons. The fitted carpet was old and needs to be renewed. No tv-channels in English.
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