The bad points: • On arriving at the room, it was clear that the room
had just been freshly painted, possibly days ago. The strong smell of
paint pervaded throughout the whole room. • The room was too simply
furnished and did not have the actual furniture it said it would have.
For example, there was not flat screen tv. Moreover, the little
furniture that existed in the room was placed in inappropriate places,
which made me think that furniture was organised around the room in a
rushed last minute attempt! For example, a lamp and clock was placed on
the bed side table, but they were unplugged because there were no plug
sockets in this area. I had to ask an Inn employee to move the
furniture. He seemed embarrassed about the situation, but really he
should have been considering how disorganise the organisation seems. •
When using the bathroom, there was no hot water from the shower- I
cannot remember the last time I’ve had to take a cold shower for
somewhere I’ve paid for. This was simply inexcusable. • There were no
numbers on the door, so late at night I had a complete stranger (another
traveller) trying to enter my room. If you did not have a graphic
memory, then it would have been difficult to find your room. Fortunately
I had locked my door from the inside! • The toilet seat was wonky. It
was clearly not fit on properly. • The bed was too small. Again, I
cannot remember the last time I had to use a single bed just because I
was one person. In any other hotel/accommodation I’ve stayed in- I
get a double bed. Although, I will double check what I booked, as it may
have specified this initially. The only issue with the single bed is
that I was afraid that I would fall out at night- there was no room to
roll over at night. • The window lock was broken, so I could not close
the window properly. • The window was single glazed, which meant I could
hear everything on the street, including women walking in heels!
Location was good, and the staff tried their best to deal with issues.
The main problem is that there were so many issues to deal with.
The good points:
• A basic room with working plug sockets
• Two small pieces of furniture provide in addition to the bed
• The bed was mostly comfortable, although I have slept in more comfy beds.
• A small compact bathroom which appeared to be designed well on an immediate first glance