Having stayed here several times in the past, I was surprised to find that it has changed in many ways, which I didn’t find was an improvement.
Bed & Chic is now not a hotel, I would say more ‘serviced rooms’.
The quality of my suite as, as before, superb. Style and content was as before, but elements beyond my door were below par.
There was, and still is, a coffee ‘corner’ on site, that implies (with original signage) that guests can refresh themselves with teas and coffees. Not so! There are two shiny coffee machines that require pods; there were no pods.
Realising that I needed to buy my own, I asked reception what type of capsule I needed to find at a supermarket.I was told that I could buy them from reception, and warned that if I purchased from anywhere else then they may not fit.
The receptionist then sold me a double-capsule pack for two Euros; a cup for a Euro; I bought a few.
The coffee was weak and not pleasant, even using two at a time AND, on research, is purchased ON,Y from Amazon in massive quantities making them as cheap as chips…nowhere near the high price charged at B&C.
At a later date, when talking with the delightful manager who is sometimes onsite, I gathered that the other receptionist may have been overcharging for the coffee packs. Consequently I gave up coffee for the next twelve days of my stay.
The roof terrace was always delightful, and still has the same super views, but is desperately in need of some TLC. All cleaning and maintenance