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Anzac wooden house charges too much for what you get, and what you get are tiny dirty and noisy rooms, where you can barely move let alone have space for your luggage. Small bathrooms with no proper shower - you take the shower directly on...More
I booked a single room (en suite) for three nights in December and was very happy with the accommodation. It wasn't fancy, but the bed was comfortable, the shower was hot, and the upstairs terrace was nice and sunny, with a cool view, too. The...More
Please note that the manager of this hotel has several hotels in the area and puts customers in Anzac Hotel despite the fact that people did not book this hotel (I had booked the Olive/Violet Hotel). I ended up paying way too much for the...More
We got a great welcome here with helpful friendly advice. The rooms were pleasant, if small, but the view from the rooftop restaurant/lounge made up for it. We were able to cook our own meals and enjoyed the ample variety of breakfasts provided. Rashid was...More
Forget about staying at Anzac wooden house!!!
I really mean it!
I made a reservation through their website www.anzacwoodenhouse.net, asking for a room with 3 beds, very friendly Rashid answering that everything was ok with our booking.
When we got there we were prompted for...More
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