Our adventure at the Mornington began at the reception. Noticing that the names of all the guests who stayed in at the hotel was showing on a computer screen in plain sight of anyone who approached the bar from an angle. No screensaver or locking mechanism was used. Our room, no. 123, welcomed us with painting dramatically peeling off the bathroom door and trash from the previous guest. The beds were nice clean and comfy. It was so underwhelming that I’ve spoke to the reception about the conditions. They quickly acknowledged the issue and gave us another room. The adventure continued in room 314, this room was cleaner and the painting problem was not so disastrous. However, the bed was a complete wreck. My companion and I spent some time trying to figure out where would one have to look to buy a bed of so bad quality? The coils were tired and didn’t support you body weight giving you the feeling that you were sleeping in a hamac. After a very uncomfortable night, we decided to talk to the reception about the very old and wonky bed condition. We opted for an upgrade to an executive room. We’ve got room 210. This room was bigger, clean and had nice twin beds - which wasn’t what we really were after. However, 210 had electricity issues during our stay, so we had to brush teeth, take showers, etc. in complete darkness.
If you’re looking for comfort and clean rooms then stay away from this hotel. Instead, if you’re looking for adventure, go ahead!