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TravelPod Member ReviewsStara Sola Korte Izola
The manager was good enough to allow us to check-in early. The room was on the small side but fine for our purposes. Comfortable king-sized bed (no frig or microwave). The food offered for breakfast was standard continental breakfast (good fresh fruit) but the woman overseeing the room put me on edge-- she hovered over me, literally taking my cup and other items out of my hands, presumably in an attempt to "help" (this is one time when the language barrier was a problem). The housekeeper didn't arrive until 5:45 on Saturday evening; I respect that she kept working until she did her job but clearly she could have used some help! Checkout was efficient. There is no parking lot, but there are nearby garages with reasonable rates -- since we didn't need the car during our stay, this was a workable arrangement.
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