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We was in the attic in a small room. No lift and a narrow stair case to go up. Room was very small 2 single beds we moved them together and under the bed had never been cleaned. The mattress was the most uncomfortable one...More
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The rooms were very small. The reception was temporarily closed, so we The have to cross the road and walk for 2 minutes to another hotel to check in. We paid 382 Euros for a double room for 3 nights, although we booked well in...More
The reception is not located in the hotel, so you have to cross the road and walk for 2 minutes to another hotel nearby to check in.
The reception is unfortunately only open until 10pm which is not awesome.
They were very helpful, so I...More
To start with, we stayed in Hotel Max and not Hotel Iris as the feedback email mentions. This was the worst experience i have ever faced. We travel a lot, infact this time we are traveling all over Europe & stayed in many hotels &...More
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