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Very lovely hotel. The staff was wonderful and helpful. Rooms were small as well as bathroom, but for the price and location, it was an enjoyable stay. Continental breakfast was good. We would stay there again.
I stayed two nights and found its very easy to access subway and the neighborhood it’s quiet, clean and large room. The WiFi connection failed constantly. I had problems with the payment, they charged my card a couple of days prior arrival so at the...More
My vote is 1 only because 0 is not permitted.
Dirty room, small bathroom, dolls' sink, no shelf where place our towels, no frigo bar, low low low quality breakfast.
As soon as we saw the room we asked to change it but the second...More
We arrived at 1.30 pm and were pleased that we could check in early-all very convenient. The room was not the biggest I have stayed in but it had two very comfortable beds and was clean. Bathroom on the small side and not to the...More
The hotel position is great, just a couple of blocks away from the metro station and the neighborhood is quiet but with lots of restaurants around. The rooms are quite small, though, specially the bathroom. Besides that, it was very clean. I would reserve again...More
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