This is a very, shall we say, particular place! I had no idea on booking that my room would be in a building 10 minutes walk from the hotel, or that it would be basically deserted. The entrance hall to my part was grubby and not secure, door constantly left open, and the corridors are really delapidated. On first impression the room seemed ok, but the bed had springs you could feel and the carpet was not in a good state. However the sheets were spotless, despite not actually fitting the bed so they had 2 interlayered, and serviced daily and the bathroom was also very clean indeed.
My arrival was delayed due to a late flight but I got hotels.com to phone ahead. My key was sitting with my name on the reception desk with several others unguarded. I like that they trust people but that seemed weird to me. I eventually found a friendly young woman who told me that my room was some distance away and gave me a map!
Breakfast was only ok, poor scrambled eggs, weak coffee, but buffet style and plenty of it.
I feel that it’s a summer cabin style place but in what looks like a gulag! All the photos are of the main building that I hardly saw. My gulag was the 10 minute walk away. Deceptive advertising. Naughty. I was grateful for a fast hot (tiny) shower though.