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Reviewed 30 March 2017

The Hotel looks very nice in the adverts but is nothing like it.Some of the staff were very nice and helpful others offhand.The lift to the first floor was rather dodgy did not use it after the first time. The room was very small no carpet on the floor and in parts the tile were cracked and sticky. very small window. The double bed consisted of two singles pushed together which was very lumpy did not sleep very well.Bathroom needed a good make over to remove Mould around Window frame and in the Very Small shower. After first use the Shower was leaking reported twice solution was to place a Towel on the floor between the Shower Tray and the Toilet Bowl. Wash basin was Cracked. Breakfast was awful Coffee must be the worst in Italy after 3 days stopped going for what passed as Breakfast. Not recommended.

Room tip: Avoid this Hotel
Date of stay: March 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Tony M
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Reviewed 8 March 2017

Some of the staff had no intentions at all of helping their guests with such things as receipts, remote control to the tv or answer where to find a supermarket.
The smell in the lobby was kind of interesting. The elevator was just creepy.
I have lived in budget hotels often, and have no problems at all with worn decor and such things, if you as a guest are met with a smile and willingness to help. Did n ot happen at the Hotel Stromboli

Date of stay: February 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Thank Thomas R
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Reviewed 2 March 2017 via mobile

This is a nice hotel . Very close to terminal where you can get the bus to anywhere. The hotel is clean and lovely friendly staff who help in every way possible. Breakfast was coissonts with lovely fillings also toast and cereal available with a range of coffee and tea. Would definitely book into this hotel again.

Date of stay: February 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1  Thank AngieStirrat
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Reviewed 28 February 2017 via mobile

Walking up to Hotel Stromboli we felt like a million dollars having just arrived after a long train and ferry journey from Athens. We just wanted some digs and peaceful night. That quickly changed after 2 minutes at reception with Mr Grumpy, who only one can assume he doesn't like guests in his palace. With my tired head I shook hands and agreed an €39 room with the extra €8 tax (in cash no receipt). I was delighted and couldn't wait to get out of the extremely dodgy lift and into the safety of my room number 207. It wasn't until I put the electric card in socket did I realise the errors of my ways. As you do, a firm look around to see what your dealing with. Ok, so the window doesn't shut properly (which the low roof and easy access is a gift for an honest man), the main light flickers non stop, there's no remote, the shower doors don't shut and leaks horrendously, the toilet seat doesn't fit, short and curly's in the bed, the decor looked like a scene from the hostel film. A bed that was donated by Guantanamo bay. Ok so what that there was a party going on upon till 4.30am out side my door. (I was to scared to turn the main light in case the party thought it was a strobe light and got the wrong impression). However.All this is very easily forgotten about as the hotel has fitted a brand new comfort 2000 hair dryer from 1969 and really takes the shine to the room. To be honest I can handle budget, cheap bad looking hotels but Hotel Stromboli! You have hands down won the award the worst hotel in the Italy.

Date of stay: February 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
2  Thank Natalie2209
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Reviewed 25 February 2017 via mobile

Very central location, located across the road from train station and bus terminal. The hotel has everything you need for a cheap city break. The rooms are small and basic, had fridge and hairdryer. Breakfast was ok too. All staff obliging and pleasant. So basically if you are looking for affordable central accommodation this is fine, can't believe some people write bad reviews when you only pay 40 euro,s per night for bed and breakfast for a double room.
We went in Feb half term weather was around 17 in day with sunny spells.

Date of stay: February 2017
Thank Tripperh50
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