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We were in Italy for 5 weeks .The worst place we stayed.
The room was a shoe box.The window did not open and the bed.What can I say.Well a bare mattress with 2 thin sheets (No blankets or covers and none in a cupboard.)
This hotel was a total rip off. I made very good decisions and got great rooms in other European towns, but I bombed on this one. I paid for air conditioning, there was NONE! It's not like they just didn't have it on, it was...More
Yes... it's not the Ritz... but this hotel was very pleasant. The staff-- if you take the time to talk to them -- is very nice. Both of the young men we met were more than helpful. This is absolutely NOT a 4 or 5...More
Had a 5 day stay here in June. were assured there would be a pick up at airport (we were prepared to pay) but alas no pick up! our flight had been delayed, but I did phone from Scotland to let them know and was...More
US$120 - US$215 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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