This hotel is so conveniently located for overnight stays between flights, and so comfortable with stunning views of the mountains and the airport. Located actually in the terminal, and yet providing an oasis away from the madness that is a busy airport. We were greeted by staff at the foot of the ...
The smallest bathroom I have ever been in and room 702 so noisy from hotel boiler. All in all a nightmare. Do not stay here.
Condition of rooms and public areas seem to have deteriorated since the pictures on the hotel website were taken, but everything worked and the bed was comfy. Single glazing doesn't keep street noise out. Loud music from Pat's Pub downstairs at weekends can continue until midnight - and it's not ...
Just 5 minutes by car to airport - clean and comfy room. Perfect for the first or last night of holidays
Nice place, spent the overnight, little noisy but ok anyway, after a long drive. One glass windows don't keep the noise away.
Service superb from check in to check out. Arived early after cruise but was given a room at 0930. All staff extremely polite and helpful. Service exemplary and room standard excellent.
It’s just amazing. Give it a go. You won’t be disappointed. Very central too.
The hotel is worth recommending, only one bad experience we had an unfriendly, arrogant and inconsiderate reception staff.
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