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The hotel is a basic place to stay for a couple of days. The room and the shared bathroom are clean, the hotel is close to central train station. The staff was polite and kindly helped to bring my luggage to my room. There is...More
The hotel was a bit far from everything, so not very convenient; but the room was clean and comfortable, the bathrooms were clean as well, good for a short stay; it didn't include breakfast and it didn't have wifi (not even paying).
EXPENSIVE DISASTER. This low-grade establishment in no way deserves to call itself an hotel. It is an extremely run-down facility. To say that my room had "a private bath" was a "not funny" joke. The "bathroom" was tiny, and an old bathtub took up virtually...More
This establishment that unduly calls itself a hotel shall not be admitted for public use. Out of 4 nights I have just spent there, there was not a single one where I could get some decent sleep. People (guests?, hotel owners?), walking up and down...More
I was unable to select the correct year of the review as it was the year 2000 when we visited Europe but I will never forget my stay in Hotel Weber. The location was close to the train. That is the end of the positive...More
USD 46 - USD 71 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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