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Stayed in room 112, shame no window but didn’t find it too noisy. Clean and spacious as disabled room. Mini bar excellent and reasonably priced. Staff very nice and helpful. Ideal for a short city break.
Don't stay in room 110 or 112. We have just had 3 nights in 112 and it's very noisy as it's right next to the reception area. Also there is no window to open just an obscure glass fire door which is on the patio...More
Very nice ,clean hotel and breakfast was good too. Staff were friendly and helpful. The bar and lobby area was nice to sit in and have glass of wine in the evening. It was very peaceful and we slept fine. We would definitely stay there...More
Really enjoyed our stay. Very helpful friendly staff, good room, fab breakfast. Easy to get into Rome on the Metro @nd great places to dine out in Bologna in the evening. Especially like the restaurante pizzeria.
Had a great stay in this nice, individually designed hotel. Clean throughout, with one of the biggest beds we have ever slept in although maybe he mattress was a bit hard. Noisy at times with the road noise and adjacent rooms but after a long...More
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There are two pizzerias, one restaurant and a Chinese on the same road leading to the Metro station (turn right when leaving the hotel). I do not know if they have fixed price menus, but a good Italian pizza (eg forget... More
There are two pizzerias, one restaurant and a Chinese on the same road leading to the Metro station (turn right when leaving the hotel). I do not know if they have fixed price menus, but a good Italian pizza (eg forget Prezzo etc) and a carafe of local wine is note expensive. Pasta dishes are also available.
Avoid eating near the popular tourist spots.