An idea: black and white filter, intense gaze and heavy eyelids. In case you want to make the most of a selfie in this room.
Bette Davis. Room 205
No, Orson, we don’t have room for a third man. If you want, we do have adjoining rooms if you’re coming with family or friends. Even though it looks big, and has a sofa, this is a double. By the way, would you rather a double bed or two singles?
“Since the cinema uses the language of dreams; years can pass in a second and you can hop from one place to another”
And you can start practicing here. Good night.
High-speed optical fiber
Direct dial phone
Safe deposit box
Duvet and cotton linens
Daveybick, Exeter, UK
A wonderful exciting hotel, very well presented with a film theme, amazingly the building was an old cinema but you would never guess now! Very clean, and smart, great staff, small underground car park and central position 10 -15 minutes pleasant walk to the sea front. Breakfast extra cost good quality but many other breakfast opportunities nearby. A great place to stay.
Andrew C, Melbourne, Australia
We spent two nights here and highly recommend it. It is in a residential area about 20 minutes walk from the old town. Access is easy from the freeway and parking is good underneath the hotel. The hotel is modern and built on the site of an old movie theatre and carries that theme on to the public areas and rooms, adding an element of individuality missing in so many modern hotels.
Our room was spacious and overlooked an avenue of trees. The hotel took over a cinema and every room has photos of a Movie Star - our room was Kirk Douglas. You can borrow classic movies to play on the DVD player. The reception staff were very helpful and parking is available.
More than perfect, Short but marvelous tirp to San Sebastian, central, extreem value for what yu pay, reasonably prices car park. Bear mind to make reservation. Public transport is convenient and cheap. Bar is nice, breakfast is just what yu would expect where ever you are from.