Lack of space to hang used towels, resorted to having them changed daily
Very convenient and parking easy in multi storey behind hotel. Not in centre but free trams nearby so very easy to get into centre. Room comfy and well equipped good for an overnight. Check in and out easy, just dump key and go!
I booked this apartment expected BASIC service and amenities but it was so far from basic to the point of unlivable, in the end i had to move hotel. Just a few problems i encountered during my 4 night stay; 1. Stained blankets provided in the room and when I went to reception to ask for a clean on ...
Well situated and got excellent staff. It was very hot in the room till they helped us get the air conditioning working .
Standard ibis hotel. Lovely helpful staff and as usual a clean room with good working facilities. Easy to find on an intersection and about 4km drive to tram stops with close on street parking to get into the city. Get a miki card before you leave the area & board the tram. A nice stay.
Keskeinen sijainti, kaikki palvelut kävelyetäisyyden päässä. Ystävällinen ja avulias henkilökunta. Tehokas ilmastointi. Hyvä majapaikka 20h stopoverille.
Wasn’t informed about the change from buffet to a la cart which was very disappointing and not what we had paid for Hotel in need of updating in my opinion not a 5 Star
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