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We've stayed here for seven nights for a guitar camp (husband) and research trip (me). Staying in his hotel is like participating in a living history experience. It's an old palazzo, beautifully renovated (and I think they're creating a spa as I type), and full...More
Our room was full of mosquitoes (despite being told by the man at reception that were no mosquitoes in the area). Unfortunately the mosquito nets had been removed from the bed. The bathroom was dark and very smelly with leaking units which presumably attracted the...More
This hotel was a great surprise with a main building that is centuries old and even has old baths under the hotel but it has traditional décor, balconies overlooking the roof tops and a tremendous amount of character in that the walls and ceilings "reek"...More
Excellent location in historic surrounding. Very spacious room which is actually a suite / small apartment with separate bed and living room with a small kitchenette (which we did not use however) on the 1st floor of this historic building. Wi-fi worked well in our...More
As other reviewers have said, the residence now overflows to many other similar properties in the nearby streets. Given the scale of this expansion the likelihood of being located in the original property are reduced. This means less facilities, a walk to breakfast and in...More
Response from Arran2014 | Reviewed this property |
There is also a limited amount of free parking much closer to the hotel, which is obviously very convenient (as well as being free) The colour of the lines on the streets denote if the parking is pay-parking, for residents... More
There is also a limited amount of free parking much closer to the hotel, which is obviously very convenient (as well as being free) The colour of the lines on the streets denote if the parking is pay-parking, for residents only, or free and for everyone. The colours are blue, yellow and white. I can not remember now exactly which is which. So maybe park near hotel when you arrive, and then quickly check with reception. (And at the same time, ask them where is the nearest free parking lines) Hope that helps? . -Arran
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"Accessibility is better on the lower floors as suitcases are heavy."