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Inn Comfort (利物浦)

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酒店很干净而且非常靠近市中心。 我们发现真的很容易因为虽然这只会重新开张已经有一段时间了所以的士司机很容易就找到它(我对此很担心因为其他的较旧的评论)。 该地区现已全面翻新使旧破败的区域现在是全新的构建和有一个很好的感觉。 女老板非常漂亮和非常乐于助人的关于去哪里吃饭和去哪儿在市中心(你应该尝试在葡萄牙波尔图餐厅咖啡馆 - 一个小而漂亮的酒店)。 对于这个价格来说我对这里真的很满意和推荐。
Es un hostel barato para pasar la noche en Liverpool. Las habitaciones tienen lo básico: cama, armario, escritorio y una silla. Los baños son compartidos por planta, en particular en nuestra planta había dos baños completos (taza, ducha y lavabo) para unas 7-8 habitaciones dobles. También disponían de una zona común en la misma planta con sillones para ver la televisión, cocina completa y una nevera. Las habitaciones y el resto del hostal estaban suficientemente limpias, y la cama no era demasiado incómoda. Lo peor de este hotel es que está muy lejos del centro, por lo menos 50 minutos o una hora andando. Salimos por la noche por la zona de "The Cavern" y a la vuelta le indicamos la dirección a un taxista y no sabía llegar, así que hay que probar con varios. Y en el vecindario parece que hay varias casas abandonadas. En general, es un hostal decente aunque algo "cutre" y lejano. El personal (presumiblemente la dueña y su hijo) nos trató bien, e incluso ella nos proporcionó un teléfono de taxi y otro personal para llamarla si teníamos algún problema a cualquier hora.
I like the hostel, it is cheap and clean. The kitchen is large and have enough tools. The host is very nice, she knows much about Liverpool since she has live there for nearly 60 years. Not very far from the centre, take a taxi and it cost about 5-6 pounds to get to the city.
Difficult to find, in a rundown area, surrounded by street upon street of bricked up houses and none of the taxis know where this is either, so when you get into a taxi after a night out and give them the address, they ask you to get out because they don't know where it is. On arrival we were greeted by a woman who put the fear of god into us about our stay. She made racist comments about the locals, said that the lads wouldn't get into anywhere in jeans and trainers....all they had brought were jeans and trainers... when we went out that night, we discoverd this wasn't true. She was very rude and unaproachable. It was like a student flat which was nice, apart from that we couldnt lock the front door because it had already been broken into, all the wood pannel was removed. The fridge had been broken and removed, therefore, no fridge, and we were told that she had taken the fuses out of the cooker also, so we had nowhere to keep our food, nor to cook it. however we did try the cooker and it workd. No mirrors in the rooms. No money was taken off for this. One of my friends was locked in the bathroom, the lock fell off on the inside and then rolled into a large hole in the floor, and he couldnt get out. There was a set of stairs leading up to one of the rooms which had a pair of black leather gloves abandoned next to them.... I'll let you make your own mind up about why they were there. On nights out it is best to call a taxi, you can't really walk to the centre from here. But thats if a taxi can turn up for you, because they can't find the place. Its best to call a taxi rather than flag one down as the price is considerably different. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone. AVOID!
Would not recommend...On arrival in the area it looked like a ghost town with most of the surrounded houses all boarded up (check google street view), we wondered what we'd let ourself in for as the place was surrounded by barbed wire...not the best first impressions. Pam the landlady when we entered the building told us not to play with the run down pool table as it's broken into a lot...we were getting more worried. Pam was not the friendliest person in the world by going out of her way to make us feel as insecure as possible in the surroundings and just generally unwelcoming...was it because we were a group of students?!? We were told if we lost our key we'd have to pay £200 for a replacement which would come straight out of our accounts...yikes! When we got to the floor we were living in we didn't need the first key as the floor door had been kicked in so the key was pointless. The rooms were basic and had a key though although we didn't feel very safe. The 'continental breakfast' was just toast and corn flakes...not what we were expecting. Apart from where we were staying, we had an awesome time in Liverpool and I'd seriously recommend coming...but not to the 'Inn Comfort'. It's seriously worth paying more for a more secure place as we had full expectations of coming back to our room to find it had been broken into and us robbed. Will NOT be back...
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