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Not a "hotel" per se, but pretty good anyway
Avaliou em 30 de Junho de 2019
I do agree with one of the previous posters, when I booked on booking.com I thought this was a hotel....like all other hotels I've ever been at but it's not. This is a 'self-service' "hotel"....almost like an AirBnB I guess.
You check yourself in with a door code, and a code for the lock box - there is no front desk, just a cleaning person making up the rooms...but you could use a special code for the luggage storage room if you arrived early and store your luggage. That was great for us as we arrived at 11:30am. When we returned at later that afternoon, We were fortunate the cleaner happened to be still there making up rooms because our code didn't open our rooms key box. She was able to access for us which saved us having to e-mail/ call the hotel line....which would have been a pain since in Sweden we did not have a phone data plan.
But on the upside the room was very comfortable and pretty well kept, I loved the air conditioning and the full kitchen - great for making a quick bite. The location is in the old town of Visby - very close to the gate leading to a few shops, I didn't find any street noise whatsoever but some rooms I suppose may. It was a bit odd too having to take out the garbage and wash up and put away your dishes...but I understand it keeps the costs down.
It's worth staying here if you'd like to prepare a few of your own meals as the kitchenette is well stocked, but if you're used to asking the front desk for restaurant recommendations, directions or anything at all for that matter....well you may want to go elsewhere.
Terrible street noise every night, all night . . . not a "hotel," and not at all what we were expecting
Avaliou em 23 de Agosto de 2018
Wow. I’m really surprised at the positive reviews. I would not recommend Hotel Repet, for two reasons. The biggest is the street noise. We had the room in the front of the building, which is sandwiched in between two extremely busy restaurants. From 6 pm until late into the evening, it was so loud we ran the air conditioning constantly just to try to drown out the clamor. The restaurants each have outdoor seating on long patios, and I’d say there were at least 50 people dining outside each night at the one location and another 25-30 at the other across the street (which is only about fifteen feet wide), so it was an incessant roar of conversation and clattering dishes all night long. Then, every single night after 11 or so when the restaurant traffic died down, the bar crowd passed through the same area, and every night (we were there for six nights), we were awakened to drunken shouting just below our windows. We were especially disappointed because we had requested the room with the private terrace, which looks so pretty in the photos, but we almost never used it because of the incessant noise and the steady stream of people just below all day. The only time it was pleasant to be out there was in the very early morning. (There's also a popular ice cream shop just beside the front door, so people tend to congregate there--so much that it can actually be difficult just to get in and out the front door!)
My other complaint is that Hotel Repet is not actually a hotel, and they should be clearer about that on their website, which is quite misleading. This is not a hotel. It’s a series of rooms above storefronts. They send you an email message with instructions about how to get into the rooms (which we did not receive, because we booked through a travel agent). And while there’s someone there for a few hours in the morning to give you fresh towels and other supplies, there’s no one to help with questions (such as how or where to park our rental car when the nearby parking lot was full, or what to do when there was a power outage and the electronic code for the front door wouldn’t work). It’s also entirely self-service in terms of cleaning. I might have been okay with all of that had it not been in such a bad location, and had I known in advance that it wasn’t actually a hotel but instead a no-frills accommodation. The room itself was fine, if a bit low-budget, and not nearly as nice as the pictures on-line. If it’s less expensive than other places in Visby, it might be worth it (though it was not cheap). We weren’t necessarily looking for upscale. But the website makes it look like a boutique hotel, and we were expecting a charming, peaceful, seaside get-away. Our stop in Visby was the third leg of a three-stop trip, and we had been looking forward to this part the most, but it was not at all what we thought we were signing up for. Instead, it was more like staying in budget accommodations next to a bar. The town of Visby is lovely, and the island of Gotland is gorgeous, but we would not return to Hotel Repet.
Perfect stay, highly recommended!
Avaliou em 12 de Agosto de 2018
I had very clear instructions on how to find and access the apartment.The location is fantastic. I had a small kitchen, a coffee machine and a cosy and lovely apartment. There is a small shared balcony also. I would not hesitate to stay here again!
Hotel Repet - What not to love?!
Avaliou em 5 de Março de 2018
Hotel Repet a true gem. Not to big, not to small. Very central, but not to central. Works for both business and vacation. Never stayed in a place that Home away from home is better suited.
Easy to book, no reception, but easy to handla information and everything works like a clock or the people running the hotel is never more than a text/call away.
The rooms have everything you want and need. Very clean, beds was comfortable and just lovely rooms with an access to an open terrace. Coffee machine, kitchen & refrigerator in all the rooms. Free wi-fi.
Repet is located within the wall of Visby. bed was comfortable. Walking distance to all the shops, coffee places, restaurants and historic sights in Visby.
We rented four of their 10 (?) rooms for two nights. and we will be back! It looks and feels newly re-done and all eight of us fell in love with Repet.
Makes you want to stay longer
Avaliou em 29 de Maio de 2017
Very central and nice hotel.
No reception, but everything worked smooth & fine.
Lovely rooms and access to an open terrace.
Coffee machine, water boiler & refrigerator in the room.
Free wi-fi and you can even use the radio as a speaker for Spotify or your own music.
I was lucky to have my window towards the inner garden so I had less noise than other rooms with windows to the streeet
Felt very welcome and loved my room.