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Right off the main square, this hotel is perfectly located in Urbino. We had a very comfortable room with a well stock breakfast bar in the morning. The front desk staff provided good advice about what to do in Urbino.
If you arrive to Urbino via train: arrive to the Pesaro station and purchase a ticket for €3.70 on the #46 bus. Departs from stall G-H outside of Pesaro station. It will drop you in the Borge Mercatale in Urbino. Walk to information desk and...More
We spent one night here in a "classic double", driving up to the hotel and parking on the street to check in before taking the car to the large parking lot below. The 4th floor room was average size for a European room and a...More
This is a nice modern 3 star hotel in the middle of town.
If you arrive by car and don’t have mobility issues do not drive the narrow streets to the hotel. Rather drive to Piazza Mercatale just outside the walls. Drop your bags and...More
This is a nice hotel, very conveniently located in the centre of Urbino. Very decently priced, but it did not live up to some of the write ups here. The room was very small and simple as it gets. However, if you are there to...More
US$86 - US$113 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#2 Business Hotel in Urbino
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We are coming by bus from Arezzo. Where do we get left off and how do we get to the hotel? Do we walk or take a taxi?
27 September 2014|
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When I was there in June, buses stopped in a square outside the city walls just below the palace and duomo, above an underground car park. There is a lift in the corner of that square which takes you to the top of the city... More
When I was there in June, buses stopped in a square outside the city walls just below the palace and duomo, above an underground car park. There is a lift in the corner of that square which takes you to the top of the city walls (exit near a cafe). From the top turn left and it is a short walk to the hotel under a paved collonade.
I think another bus station is being built at the other side of town.
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"In season, rooms facing the "back" away from the street might be quieter than those facing the..."