The hotel has recently been converted to apartments so two rooms have been joined to make what is advertised as one bedroom apartments - but herein lies the big letdown for us. We booked this hotel believing it to be a "one bedroom apartment". Whenever we have stayed in Aparthotels before there has been a separate lounge and bedroom. There is no door between the lounge and bedroom in these apartments, only an open archway. In fact, there was no seating in the lounge area, only a single bed. For these reasons we feel this hotel should be advertised as studio apartments, not "one bedroom" which usually implies a separate living area. We had to creep around in complete darkness when we put the children in bed and ended up sitting on the balcony whispering over a candle since there was no outside light.
Although parts of the hotel have been upgraded recently, (new lift, doors, windows, tiling, kitchenettes and some furniture) parts of it are very tired and it is VERY basic. We don't mind basic but the layout of the rooms makes it completely unsuitable for families with young children. My one piece of advice would be unless you fancy going to bed at the same time and in the same room as your children every night don't book this hotel. Having said all that if we found out that they had put doors in and a double bed settee in the lounge we would return.
Travel operator: Travel Republic
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