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Very small, looked a lot bigger in the picture in the website, clean and tidy, no atmosphere, nowhere to sit and have a drink, bit of a shady area, not a great location, metro stop is too far, don't think I would stay there again
I've got a room on the ground floor that had NO WINDOW! They denied to change it at the reception. The shower was dirty and bad smelling. Even though it supposed to be nonsmoking room, it seemed the client before smoked there.
Place is ten minute walk if you know where you are heading which is pretty much straight out of the Bologna metro stop. Take the via delle province exit the one on the far right as you exit the metro. Location okay and feels a...More
We arrived Friday afternoon via train from the airport, then metro. The hotel was 10 minutes easy walk from Bologna station. I'd emailed in advance to request a balcony room, as I'd read average reviews of the ground floor rooms. The hotel had a great...More
A decent hotel that seems more like a three star place.
Relatively clean hotel with larger bathroom area.
Location is outside of most attractions but easy to get to the Metro.
The Not So Good:
Kinda hard to find, and hard to get...More
US$66 - US$197 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#141 Business Hotel in Rome
#153 Luxury Hotel in Rome
#264 Romantic Hotel in Rome
#280 Family Hotel in Rome
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