First of all, we walked up to the entry to a bunch of people sitting out the front having a smoke, they then lead us inside to a massive building full of apartments that looked about 50 years old.
The elevator did not feel safe, it was old, and barley fit two people inside.
Once we came up stairs, they opened the the door to the apartment building (there is one small little communal room, and three bedrooms inside) one of them someone actually lives there.
There was stuff everywhere, all over the floors, and it was very off putting.
We walked into our room, and the only bonus was that our room was renovated and seemed clean and modern.
The walls were so thin you could hear every word from outside our door.
The bathroom constantly smelt like sewage, and we had to keep opening up the balcony door to air the room out.
When the bed was made I constantly found long hairs that were not mind, which is pretty gross.
The plus for this place was that the air con was good, and the location was convenient.
Also, don’t expect an actual breakfast, it’s some pastries with a machine made coffee.
Not worth the money we paid for.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking