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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Color Bratislava
Firstly the receptionist had a real bad attitude, I booked and paid for a double room, she decided that because I was on my own to give me a single. When I asked to be moved she was very unhappy....
The place itself it tatty, badly stained furniture, marks all over the walls..
If you have a room on the 4th floor don't expect to use the lift in the morning as it's fully occupied by the chambermaids..
Worst of all the hotel has a serious mosquito problem, in the two months I've been away I've been bitten about 20 times...two nights here doubled it!!!!
I can't recommend staying elsewhere highly enough...
The rest of the staff were just fine, so it's got that going for it!!
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