We stayed for 10 nights at this quiet (35-room) hotel. It is close to St Anthony's Basilica on the southern edge of the city, and about 30 minutes walk from the train station (when pushing a wheelchair, less without). There are buses and a tram, but we never used them. Our room…
Having booked my hotel at the last minute for a business trip to Padua, I only found this hotel as still relatively close to the location of our meeting. But this choice, at first almost forced, turned out to be happy: I found the hotel fully adequate to its 3-star ranking. The…
We've stayed in Padua for 3 days to visit Scrovegni's chapel and the botanic garden, just 5 min walking from our hotel! Not talking about the proximity to the city center. In addition to that, great service and friendly staff. We had a wonderful stay and we definitely recommend…
It's nice small hotel, on the first clean and cozy, but after entering the room awful sewer odour ruined that first impression. It's very near to Basilica of Saint Anthony. Breakfast was solid, regarding the price
A nice hotel near Basilica of Saint Anthony and with a variety of restaurants and caffeterias around it. Very clean rooms and kind service. I recommend it if you want to pay a bit more money in order to have a better room.
"quieter rooms, near the basilica"
"Evitare a tutti i costi stanze separate in edificio a lato."
"Side rooms have less street noise and a little cooler."
"We chose a room with a 'Romeo and Juliet' balcony overlooking the street. Loved it."
"Ask for a room above the ground floor"