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There is not a single coffee machine in the entire hotel. It means you can drink an americano, but that’s it. No espresso, no cappuccino, etc.
I mean come on! A small capsule machine costs 500kr or so...
No electric kettle in the rooms, therefore we couldn’t warm up our baby’s food in the room.
These are minor issues, but good to know in advance when you prepare for your stay with kids. And the coffee thing is a bit strange from a hotel that calls itself quality.
Clean and nice for our children (1 and 4). They enjoyed it very much.
A lot of rust on the ladders, handrails. It is maybe time for an upgrade?
The outside area is very nice, no complaints there.
Food in the pool area is unacceptably rubbish. This might have nothing to do with the hotel, but since it is possible to charge everything on the room, and the majority of the guests stay here because of the pool, it is important to mention.
My hamburger was cold (both the bread and the burger). The burger is the cheapest frozen stuff that you can buy in the store, 20pcs for 50kr and it is disgusting. Especially for 140kr!!! When I claimed that it was not a burger, they said they would prepare a new one for me. I mean if they can prepare a real burger, why they couldn’t do it in the first place? Anyway, I didn’t want to try it, I ate only the fries.
Pizza looked ok, it might be the same what you can buy in the hotel restaurant.
눇Hotel was clean.
Breakfast was decent.
Children activities are nice.