Whilst being very handy for town and a comfortable enough hotel, it does not represent great value for money for what you get when in our case we paid 224 euros for 2 nights in late October.
The smoke and mirrors regarding what constitutes a 'Superior' Room was frustrating especially as this was supposed to be a special treat and the room was infinitely smaller than the one in Bologna we had the previous 2 nights. Marco Polo itself is a symmetrical building with 16 rooms divided equally on 4 floors so how can there be 3 room categories by square footage? I was not the only person during our stay to question this and whilst staff were very polite, it made no sense to me and I do still believe the main building itself only contains standard rooms and those across the road above the Spa are the 'Superior' ones detailed in the marketing which other reviewers have pushed to be relocated to.
Generally a quiet side street, but there was morning delivery noise at 5.30am to the hotel itself + noisy refuse collection at 6am even with windows shut, so get a room at the back upper floors if you can.
No tissues in room, half full mini bar (they had 'run out' of wine and snacks we were told), toilet paper not re-stocked (had to go to reception to ask for some), shower was badly blocked to point of overflowing which whilst they fixed it on request, it should have been spotted by housekeeping so we didn't have to wash our feet in bidet on the first morning.
Superb location for all main attractions.
Breakfast was plentiful and tasty but having only 8 small tables in a small room and 16 bedrooms may cause issues at peak times.