Originally built at the beginning of the twentieth century, the exterior is both modern and traditional as the present owners have extended the hotel and therefore built on a new wing.
Rooms vary in size and standard but are all decorated in almost a clinical fashion, with white walls, beige carpet and wooden furniture. The bathrooms are all renovated with marble floor and tiles.
The breakfast room is located in the a la carte restaurant which is located in the traditional building and houses an original chandelier and stained glass windows put in after the war. The bar is dark and intimate and located just off the lobby and there is also a cafe which serves light snacks.
This hotel has an excellent location, across the road from the train and bus station, and a five minute walk from the centre of the old town.
This hotel is ideal for both groups and fits due to its excellent location.(090804NN)