1. Prior our stay all communication with the hotel was in English which was decent from the side of the hotel. When we arrived at the airport the reception could not explain on any languages except for Italian how to find a shuttle to the hotel. Finally she ran to find someone in the hotel who spoke Eng to speak to us.
2. Ok, furniture is old, but room size is big and for this money (73 euro) for us proximity to the airport was crucial.
3. At 00:20 someone started knocking loud at our door. My boyfriend asked who was it, the lady started talking something in Italian. He opened the door, there was a lady, dressed like a prostitute who was speaking Italian, apparently, offering her services to my boyfriend and pointing at her cigarette, asking for the lighter. Definitely that was nobody from the hotel, as she was carrying a bag. We locked the door. But for the next hours we heard that she did not knock at any other rooms, but someone put the key in the keyholes trying to open several rooms without success. What the hell and who it was we do not know, but the hotel is in the middle of nowhere and, although the reception sends you the code to enter the building after 11pm, anyone, supposedly can come inside and start chasing you in the middle of the night. And we truly hope that all these attempt to open other doors were just someone drunk who could not remember his room. But we thought otherwise and, hence, did not sleep all night being concerned about our safety.
The only thing we liked is that the shuttle bus from/to the hotel took us punctually in time for 15 minutes