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as it appears, pets were allowed and the room was full of insects, is was very uncomfortable to sleep and to leave there... the breakfast was nice... the hotel staff had probably some problems with management and there were some loud discussions.
if it was...More
5 Thank EterA
Response from Nadia_Plama, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at Hotel FiammaResponded 17 November 2016
Dear Madame, we are sorry that the overbooking of your original hotel made you perceive in a more negative way your stay with us. We will do our best to improve the service.
Close to lots of busses, the metro and the train station. Breakfast is good. The breakfast staff are overworked and service is very slow. The room is large and the bed pretty comfy with extra pillows. The desk staff were always helpful. However the bath...More
Thank Pam G
Response from Nadia_Plama, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at Hotel FiammaResponded 13 October 2016
Thanks for your positive review, we hope to host you again soon.
This hotel is more of a B and B. Food at breakfast was good and the lady serving was lovely . Not a good hotel within a baby but that s all that was wrong . Staff at reception were always only to willing to...More
Thank Michelle P
Response from Nadia_Plama, Guest Relations Manager at Hotel FiammaResponded 21 September 2016
Thanks for your review. We confirm that we fully correspond to the regional standard of 3 stars hotels. We will do our best to update the hotel and hope to host you again soon.
My mother and I stayed at this hotel from 8/28 until 9/6/2016. We checked out for one night during that time to travel to Venice. We changed 3 rooms (all 3 with terrible views), and only the last one was more or less okay. The...More
Response from Nadia_Plama, Guest Relations Manager at Hotel FiammaResponded 13 September 2016
Dear svetacicale, thanks for your review, we will work to improve the service and the facilities and hope that you will give us a second chance to show you our hospitality standards. Thanks for your kind opinion about our location and breakfasts.
I checked into Hotel Fiamma on the 22nd of July, after having travelled from Venice, down through Tuscany with my girlfriend over the space of 8 days, with Rome being the final destination of our trip. We were perfectly aware that the hotel wouldn't be...More
3 Thank darrenstrutt
Response from Nadia_Plama, Guest Relations Manager at Hotel FiammaResponded 9 August 2016
Dear guest, we are very sorry that you had much higher expectations about the stay, we will do our best to improve cleaning, maintenance and service in order to avoid reviews like this in the future.
US$84 - US$204 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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