Boutique Hotel No.9
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The black exterior of this new hotel at the bus-station end of town provides little inkling of what it’s like on the inside, which is a bit like the hollowed out interior of a giant wedding cake. The reception area and first floor are almost totally white, furniture included, save for the black-and-white photographs in the rooms. The second ‘silver’ floor has more white, although here the chairs and couches are upholstered in silver-coloured material. The third and final ‘gold’ floor, done out in black and gold, is the kitschest of the lot, but is undeniably sexy with it. It’s by no means an overpowering place to stay, however, and the excellent buffet provided in the third-floor breakfast room is eloquent proof of Hotel 9’s focus on quality comforts.