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June 16, 2006
February 24, 2002
The hotel has its own parking garage under the hotel and as in most cities you pay to park there. There was street parking right in front of the hotel but the pay and display machine had a maximum of 2 hours. The police were vigilant in ticketing this area so we opted to park in the garage.
Our room was a standard chain room, clean and efficient but not too charming. The lights in the room only turn on with the room key in the switch. Great way to save electricity. You can't leave the room with your key and leave the lights on. We had a table with 2 chairs, a good firm mattress, feather pillows, extra pillows in the closet, TV with CNN and BBC, minibar and plenty of drawer space. The bathroom had a nice deep tub with a shower and there was a blowdryer. The bedroom had plenty of good reading light.
Breakfast was not included but we ate there anyway. They offer a good buffet, eggs, bacon, 3 cold cereals, fruit cocktail, applesauce, yogurt, 3 kinds of juice, coffee, tea and hot chocolate. There were croissants and baguettes as well as bread. The breakfast room is bright and cheery and overlooks a church yard as well as the outdoor pool.
The price here was good and the service was excellent. The people at the reception desk were friendly and answered all our questions in English. This is a good choice if charm is not a necessity but good value is.
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