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Good location and very good communication. Easy access to many supermarkets and restaurants. Good wifi connection. Staff are nice in general and helpful.
The room we got was very dirty and disgusting. A very unpleasant and annoying smell was coming from the kitchenette all the...More
We stayed as a couple in an apartment for 5 nights overlooking the side street (no problem with any noise of traffic) The kitchenette was perfect for us to cook breakfast with a hob, fridge, dishwasher, microwave. The bed was comfortable. The room had a...More
Our stay here was fine - the best part was probably the fact that the kitchenette had a dishwasher and the room had excellent air-conditioning (the first place of 5 we have been to in Europe that did!) It's also in a solid location -...More
Stayed here with my friend in the room with he sofa bed! The sofa bed was massive so don't be worried about he size and the bed was very very comfortable. Found the apartment so ideal! The kitchenette was perfect for us to cook meals...More
US$ 78 - US$ 241 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The stop for Residhome is called Grosso CUM (not sure what the CUM means! )The names are on the bus shelters at the stops, but I agree that you do have to look out for them as they are not announced or shown electronically... More
The stop for Residhome is called Grosso CUM (not sure what the CUM means! )The names are on the bus shelters at the stops, but I agree that you do have to look out for them as they are not announced or shown electronically on the busses.
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"We had room 409 which was quiet overlooking garden"