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The rooms were clean, the beds very comfy with soft pillows. There was a fridge and microwave in the room. There were tea and coffee making facilities but the cups were cardboard. There were only 3 coffees sachets and three creamer sachets (no milk) between the two of us. When I went to get a couple more the young man reluctantly gave me two more of each saying that he really should charge me. The room was stuffy and hot and we were told that we couldn't adjust the heat so we ran the air conditioner all night; very uneconomical!
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