It is obvious that the management of this hotel tries to make as much money with a minimum investment. The, by the way friendly, 'kids' ad the desk did their best, but the 3 I saw were anywhere between 18 and 25 and were doing their best. The rooms are old an outdated and in desperate need of 'improvement'. The ashtray just outside my door still had cigarette buds in it, and this 50 room hotel outsourced its 'catering' to the gas station next door. If you want Ice for your ice bucket you have to get it from de soda machine at the gas station, breakfast is free coffee, tea or choco at the... gas station. This hotel at this price should be much better, I would say half the price I had to pay was reasonable. But it is clear that the manager wants to squeeze ever dime uit of his guests with a minimum investment from his side.