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Hotel La Stella D'italia

Via Paolo Ferrari 3, 41121, Modena Italy
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#27 of 35 hotels in Modena

Welcome to Hotel La Stella D'italia, your Modena “home away from home.” Hotel La Stella D'italia aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.

Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Piazza Roma (0.4 mi) and Piazza della Pomposa (0.5 mi), guests of Hotel La Stella D'italia can easily experience some of Modena's most well known attractions.

The rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.

Hotel La Stella D'italia features 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and baggage storage. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to street parking.

While you’re here, be sure to check out La Brasserie, one of the French restaurants that can be found in Modena, which is a short distance from Hotel La Stella D'italia.

If you’re looking for something to do, Duomo di Modena (0.6 mi), Ghirlandina (0.6 mi), and Piazza Grande (0.6 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Hotel La Stella D'italia.

Hotel La Stella D'italia puts the best of Modena at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.

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Via Paolo Ferrari 3, 41121, Modena Italy
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Joanne Ross wrote a review Dec 2019
Sydney, Australia2 contributions
We arrived and the lady who does the ironing checked us in, and billed us twice. Seems from reviews we are not the only people to be double billed. Have sent them multiple emails, guess what no reply. Am now going through my credit card, as it seems others are doing the same. It tell's a story. Just don't stay there, the rooms are ordinary, breakfast bland and every time you go to the desk they are arguing with someone. What does that say!!!!!, The place is ORDINARY!!!!!!!!!!!! So annoyed. We travelled a month around Italy and it was the only place we had a problem. They do the country a disservice and have the arrogance to not reply to your emails. DO NOT STAY HERE!!!!!!!!!!
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Date of stay: October 2019
Angela wrote a review Jan 2019
Curitiba, PR4 contributions1 helpful vote
We made a reservation at this hotel on 10/24/2018, for 01 night, early in the evening, via Booking. We’ve informed our credit card to secure the room as a pre-authorization, and received an email from Booking confirming the pre-booking and that “the charge would be managed by the property”. We arrived at the hotel past 10pm, and we were greeted by an attendant who introduced himself as Luciano Pavarotti's nephew. Upon arrival, we noticed that the hotel had no parking space as advertised on Booking - we have had to find a spot on the street. Ok, it was late at night and we were tired, we decided to relieve. We took our bags to the room and, disappointed with the room and hotel, resolved that we would not pay on the credit card because we did not want to remember (on invoice) this experience. So we decided that we would pay in cash and after leaving the bags in the room, my fiancé came down and paid in cash 90 euros (85 euros of the daily + the city tourism fee). The money was received by “Luciano Pavarotti's nephew”, who said he would send the invoice to the e-mail address of the check-in, in the case of my e-mail. Because it was late at night, my fiance agreed. We were confident that the receipt would be sent and the pre-authorization of the credit card would be canceled (after all, we were in Europe, we would not be prejudiced in this or any other way). When I checked out early the next morning, there was another attendant, and when I asked her if everything was all right, she just answered yes. It did not occur to us to reinforce that the payment had been made the night before and in cash, that the receipt should be sent by e-mail, since we had spoken with supposed Luciano Pavarotti’s nephew. Well, we stayed confident and unconcerned. Upon arriving in Brazil and with us the invoice of the credit card, I saw the launch of R $ 390,21 Hotel La Stella D'Italia. So, I called for Booking, and asked for help, because the payment was being charged in duplicity. I explained the whole situation and from 14/11 until now, I contacted several times Booking who promised to help me. However, after 02 months, the only feedback I got from Booking is that they have tried countless times to speak to the hotel and they do not answer the phone, when someone answers they think that is the cleaning lady who does not speak English and when speaking Italian says the manager to resolve this will be available in x days. They don’t respond emails also. So I asked them how they could have registered a property on the site that it is not possible to resolve any problems reservations and payments by phone or e-mail? I understand that once the efforts to contact this property without a return have been overcome and the reservation received from Booking expressed clearly that it was a pre-authorization and not a confirmtion, Booking has responsibility by booking, because the partner is from Booking, the registration is on the Booking website, so its has solidarity with the inconvenience caused. In fact, I even sent the statement on my invoice, indicating the charge. Well, if it were not true, I would not have been since November 14, 2018, insisting on this topic, I am charging a refund of approximately R $ 400.00 and not R $ 40,000.00. Beware of Booking, and confirmation and pre-authorization emails. When you go to Modena, DO NOT STAY in this hotel, beyond the horrible standard of the room, bathroom and breakfast, and lie about having parking, paid double for the bad experience, paid for the DISHONEST.
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Date of stay: October 2018
Gaston & Dani wrote a review Oct 2018
7 contributions1 helpful vote
We recently booked this "hotel" last minute for our stay in Modena. Upon arrival the lady at reception spoke no English so we tried with our best Italian to explain we wanted to book a double room we'd seen on booking.com for 2 nights. I should have been wary when she tried to charge us more than booking.com however we negotiated and agreed the rate of 60 GDP per night + taxes (not super expensive but the rooms are not worth even a third of that in my opinion). We were shown to our room up the grotty staircase filled with bad graffiti drawings on every wall and electric cables hanging from the ceiling (again another sign we shouldn't have bothered), arriving to our room which looked absolutely nothing like the photos. The room was old and worn with a dirty scruffy feel. A quick check of the room lead to finding hairs in the bedding, & marks on the pillowcases. We complained straight away but were told we would not be getting a refund. The owner of the hotel was called by telephone and explained to my girlfriend that any money paid was non-refundable due to "Italian law"? She was very rude and argued with my girlfriend for over 30 minutes until she finally agreed to show us to another "better" room. Since this was now our only option we had to accept. The room was cleaner and slightly more modern in design but still nothing like advertised. The room was also right next door to the breakfast room so we had lots of noise at breakfast, plates clattering etc. The property is about 10 mins walk to the center of Modena and to the train station, however you'll find plenty of shifty looking characters hanging around the street of the hotel which is set back and quite dark. Personally I am sure you can find better hotels in the area, even if it means paying a little more. Modena on other hand is beautiful and well worth a visit.
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Date of stay: October 2018
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
kerivvj wrote a review Dec 2017
County Cork, Ireland276 contributions67 helpful votes
With in walking distance from the train station and bus station, as well as the Ferrari museum and center of town - the location was fabulous. They were under renovation, but went out of their way to make sure it did not affect us. The owners were welcoming and very helpful. We got the hotel early and the room was not ready, but they took our bags and set up the room for us when it was ready. We booked through booking.com which forced us to get a triple room and a single room since we are a family a four and it didn't show a four person room. When the owner saw that we were a family with two small kids, she made arrangements for us to all be together, no extra charge, and we didn't even have to ask - she just did it. The room was clean and had plenty of room for all us. We had a really good experience here.
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Date of stay: December 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
Brensons wrote a review Aug 2016
South Coast of England41 contributions59 helpful votes
This hotel states it offers the following, amongst other things: elegantly furnished rooms, satellite tv, parquet flooring, city views, free wifi and air-conditioned rooms. This should read: rag-rolled 1980s home diy paintwork, chipboard furniture, a computer monitor screen, wood laminate effect lino, views of the overpass/roundabout/slightly derelict buildings, intermittent wifi in short doses and air-conditioning that only goes down to 24 degrees because otherwise it stops working for 2-3 hrs. I have no idea where the photos on the website were taken but not any room that we saw. The 'modern decor' is a poor attempt at graffiti all the way up the stairs. At the 'bar' we asked for an Aperol Spritz and were given a warm glass of flat prosecco (who knows how long it had been lurking, open somewhere - not in the fridge) with a drizzle of Aperol. We were then met with incredulity when we dared to ask for some ice; we left it untouched. Breakfast was awful - cheap stale rolls, warm burger cheese and meat that had clearly been left out for some time, not even decent coffee (a travesty in Italy). The area is rough at best, my husband and I wouldn't walk in the local area at night as feels very unsafe. Modena city centre appears to have a desperate shortage of restaurants (despite it's culinary prowess, there is only one in the main centre and this was closed for a private party) so evenings were spent in our grotty room with our books. Yes it's close to the station, well placed for the Ferrari museum and transfers to Ferrari Maranello, the room was at least clean and the lady in reception on our arrival was very friendly but that is it. Unfortunately this hotel make you pay when you arrive so as a guest you are absolutely stuffed; we didn't trust what would happen if we complained. This is never 3 star and makes a UK Travelodge look like a 5 star palace. All in all, the only answer is don't come here. We will be arguing with the company that we booked through that this hotel is falsely advertised.
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Date of stay: August 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
ItalyEmilia-RomagnaProvince of ModenaModena
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel La Stella D'italia
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel La Stella D'italia?
Nearby attractions include Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari (0.2 km), San Giuseppe Tempio (0.1 km), and Palazzina Vigarani (0.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel La Stella D'italia?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a fitness centre, and airport transportation.
Which room amenities are available at Hotel La Stella D'italia?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
Is parking available at Hotel La Stella D'italia?
Yes, free public parking nearby and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel La Stella D'italia?
Conveniently located restaurants include Damedeo, Trattoria Via Ferrari, and Trattoria Bianca.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Hotel La Stella D'italia?
Yes, guests have access to a fitness centre during their stay.
Does Hotel La Stella D'italia have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Hotel La Stella D'italia offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Hotel La Stella D'italia located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.9 km away from the centre of Modena.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel La Stella D'italia?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, and Italian.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel La Stella D'italia?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Via Emilia Centro (0.9 km), Collegio San Carlo Modena (0.9 km), and Teatro Storchi (1.0 km).