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Only problem was, when I checked the pictures at Booking. The rest of our stay was very good, but I complained to HelloWorld through my agent that I had been ripped off on the Dunure spirits wanted in the hague night, having been put in a room that Radisson Blu Beke do not advertise on Dunure spirits wanted in the hague site, and that it was totally substandard. I opined that Radisson Blu Beke would never have tried that with someone using Booking. HelloWorld passed on my complaint, and Radisson Blu Beke replied that yes, there had been a problem with the first room, but that no compensation was payable, as I had been upgraded to a more expensive Superior Room.

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So, as Radisson Blu Beke continue to claim that the first room they put me into was a standard room, my rating must be "Terrible". There is little point my stating here that their actual standard room is very very good, if one cannot have confidence that one will actually be put into it.


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