Where to start? The only redeeming aspect of this hotel, in my opinion, is it's location relative to the airport. Staff is not overly welcoming, and certainly not tech savvy. Wireless router is located in reception, which is across the parking lot from the hotel. No signal in the 3rd floor room we were given. (No lifts in this hotel by the way, you must schlep your bags up many stairs if you're up top like we were.) Had to use the wi-fi in the reception area, and pay for it to boot. Hotel is quite outdated, dingy, and has a lingering, foul odor. I wanted to keep my shoes on the whole time I was there for fear of what might be on the floor. Sink area in the room was dirty and sticky with who knows what. We were charged eight euro for breakfast, which consisted of some bread in a plastic bag, stale dry cereal, some condiments, and some juice. Nothing hot; not even boiled eggs! The milk pitcher was empty, and the girl servicing the breakfast area didn't really seem to care about refilling it, or seeing to our needs. (My girlfriend and I were the only people in there until another couple walked in and sat down.) The coffee machine has a sign that says, "No self service." When I asked the girl for a cup of coffee, she acted like it was a huge favor to fill my cup. She handed me a cappuccino and I returned to my table. On the table, there is a sign that lists beverages included in the cost of breakfast. Guess what? Cappuccino was an extra three euros! The orange juice tasted bad, and before my girlfriend could sip her (not asked for) cappuccino, we split. Sure, this place might be Okay for an overnight, if you don't care about quality, friendliness, or value. Next time, I'll stay elsewhere. P.S. the other couple that came in behind us beat feet as well. -- I have used Booking.com for many years, and have written many reviews. THIS review is the worst review I've written to date.
It's in a quiet neighborhood, close to the airport.