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Book a room for just one night in this place. I told you by phone when making my reservation that I needed a baby crib.On the phone they told me that they would put the crib in the room without any problem. The girl who had answered me on the phone she was not at the reception, there was a boy and he told me that he cannot put the crib in the room because he is alone. I tell him that this is not my problem, that I need the crib in the room, after insisting for five minutes that I need a baby crib to sleep, he tells me to bring the crib up to the room. He took 20 minutes to assemble The crib, the problem is not that this boy was alone. The problem is that he did not know how to assemble it and left the crib in unusable conditions. Despite how bad they treated us, we didn't say anything, but the next day when we checked out, the girl with whom I had made the reservation was there. Without saying anything at all, she scream and told me that I hadn't asked for any crib. I was blown away by this girl's reaction. Not only does he not apologize that he treats me badly. In addition to not speaking French, and English quite rare. We went to have breakfast and the waitress did not speak French or English either. The staff at this hotel is very rude. I will never return
Among the cheapest hotels in Monaco. Holds a correct relation price/quality. Correct service (friendly at breakfast). The only minus, which I didn't mention on site, as I only stayed for one night, is that the room's window on the 2nd floor was facing a wall about 1 meter in front of it and a kind of dark back alley/passage within the hotel area.
Avoid this hotel. You're better off paying a bit more to stay in Monaco, or even better, stay in Nice. For $200 a night, the AC didn't work (our room was 25°C), and the overall value was not worth it. We also had to cancel our original booking due to my wife's passport not arriving in time. Although we canceled 3 days before our stay, they would not refund our purchase. Ultimately we ended up paying over $600 for one night in a hotel with poor management and upkeep.