Manager/older gentlemen who did not say a word other than attempt to intimidate with rude stares! Perhaps it was because I was traveling with my son who does not look like me? I did have two rooms so who knows what was on his mind.
Singles are very small.
Fair price for what you get, 3 or 4 parking spots available.
The staff was nice, a manager (I assume, was not very professional at all he should not be in the business of hospitality) he stares at you when you arrive never saying a word I only assumed he was someone in charge, after I checked in he still kept staring at me and never said a word or a smile! Creepy at best. I didn't let it bother me yet if I was with my family I would feel uncomfortable. The man never said a word to me in two days yet always looked at us suspiciously and was very cold. I was told the owner was not available so I assume he was the man in charge.
They never explained the food service available other than a booklet in the room so we went out to eat. My mini bar in the room was broke and had a puddle of water next to it, you would think the staff would have noticed that prior to releasing the room.
The young lady who did it all was Excellent, the value was great, the view was perfect, location great.
If you plan on getting a single DONT expect a view. Get the double.
My only complaint was the lack of hospitality and borderline rudeness of the older gentlemen who apparently kept looking at us in a way that came across as rude and intimidating! He needs to take a corse in hospitality! If you can get past that I would go again. They need to push their own food at the counter with a possible offering of a aperitif (with small samples of their cooking) that appears to be the norm in Europe.
The single rooms are very small with no
View. I upgraded to balcony views which only came in larger beds, no twins.