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I booked 2 nights at this hotel on the basis of its proximity to the Central train station and it’s very reasonable price, and only read reviews afterwards. So when we checked in it was with some trepidation as there seemed to be a fair...More
From walk-in in through Cafe Aria to the mega comfy beds, spotless rooms, friendly welcoming staff, this fabulous Hotel is amazing. Bobby has been running this family owned Hotel for around a decade now and has brought his own unique flair and style to this...More
Fabulous location. Friendly staff. Comfy big bed. Crisp clean sheets and lots of pillows. Heating was adjustable and efficient. Some superficial wear and tear but amazing value for $43 a night! Highly recommend!
Room was in poor shape. Ripped carpet. Rotten bathroom. Burn marks on bath. Light fittings falling off of wall. TV had 4 channels 3 of which were unwatchable. Staff didn't care about complaints. Checked out straight away. AVOID.
Just returned from a 2 day break visiting freinds in glasgow , we read sevrral reviews of the hotel some good some bad , we found it was more than adequate for what we wanted ie cleand bed made everyday fresh towels daily also we...More
Response from Tones1967 | Reviewed this property |
I had no problems with the hotel. The staff are excellent, just remember it's a privately run hotel, not a big chain. There are a few areas that show wear and tear, but it's a nice place to stay. My best advice, don't always... More
I had no problems with the hotel. The staff are excellent, just remember it's a privately run hotel, not a big chain. There are a few areas that show wear and tear, but it's a nice place to stay. My best advice, don't always take other people's comments too seriously, experience it for yourself.