Although it’s a good 4 stars hotel its location near the airport but far from the city center may reduce the target people. It isn’t a good option for a tourist because also the public transport communication is not the best and it’s also more than what you require for a single night before an early flight.
It may deserve a better rating, but it has some minor issues that makes me feel as it should be better than how it really is. Considering the location and cost of the room per night.
- 2 free bottles of water in the room the first day. It cost less than a euro and for sure the guest will appreciate it. What I don’t understand is why if the cost of the room is the same every day and the refill the soap, coffee and tea, they don’t do the same with the bottles of water. Should I do the check out and check in every day? I’m in a hotel for a limited time, I don’t want to look in the street where to buy a bottle of water and the price of the minibar is a joke (as in every minibar of any hotel). If they provide for free the day you do the check in, they should do the same for every day you stay in there.
- Good size of the room with modern and functional furniture
- Wide bathroom with shower. Enough light, not as in the room, and a movable mirror for shaving.
- Free shuttle to the airport, although I didn’t use this service but it’s always a good service.
- Fee, although unguarded, parking
- Fast internet and without the need to introduce the password every time you back to the hotel from outside
- Shoe cleaning machine in every floor
- The location is not the best unless you’re staying here to work in the area. Without a near subway station, and taking the bus in an unknown city without even speaking the same language isn’t the best idea.
- The light in the room is not enough if you must continue working in it.
- The minibar is in the closet, what reduces its available space
- The door of the closet cannot be completely closed. I thought it was a problem of my room but it wasn’t, it’s designed that way for a reason I’m not able to understand, because it happens also in the other rooms
- Window from the ceiling to the floor. Maybe it’s not the best idea for a hotel room. If you open the curtain to get more natural light, you’ll be exposed to everybody from the street
- The quality of the tea bags and coffee in the room are awful. You’ll probably tried it just the first day. It’s something cheap, they should provide something a little better.
- Why there aren’t green tea. I suppose the one in charge of this don’t understand not all the tea are the same no matter the time of the day when you’re going to enjoy it.
- The hotel is supposed to have a gym. I wasn’t expected a complete gym but two old machines in a room are far from my idea of a gym, not even a casual one in a hotel.
- The restaurant, gate 15, where to have the breakfast isn’t small but the tables are too near, what makes uncomfortable to move between the buffet and your table.
- The quality of the coffee from the machine is as bad as the one in the room, you can ask for a good coffee to the waitress but they are usually too busy and I don’t like to stop their work.
- At least here you can have a good black tea, Twinings, but the selection of tea is very small and there aren’t infusions beyond the lemon and ginger one.
- Why are the glasses so small? You have two options, take more than one or refill once and again for a standard quantity.
- The natural orange juice is a very good idea, but it’s a do it yourself and you’ll find with the odor of the oranges in your hands and also consider the small size of the glasses. less