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  • Barry
      United Kingdom
    July 17, 2014

    Nothing

    In six weeks travelling around ltaly, this was the dirtiest hotel we stayed in. What wasn't actually dirty was grubby or dusty. We arrived late afternoon and were staying for just two nights, checking out early on the last day. Had we planned a longer stay, or to spend any time in the room, we would have refused to check in. The photographs of this place on Booking.com must have been taken by Mario Testini... or at least 20 years ago on the day they last cleaned the place. Don't expect anything in the room or bathroom that resembles a comfort. Actually, there were four sachets of watered-down washing up liquid labelled "shampoo" and that was it. Luckily l had brought some soap with me, but this vanished after the first night... maybe they didn't know what it was and threw it away. The seat cover was literally threadbare. The mat was utterly filthy and truly disgusting. The plastic flowers and - this is not a lie - the plastic pot pourri (!) were thick with dust. The luxury breakfast consisted of: the cheapest possible white bread: the cheapest possible brown bread: a croissant that looked as if it had been sat on: one jug of sugary squash masquerading as orange juice: the cheapest possible corn flakes and museli: a cake which not one guest touched: the cheapest possible yogurt. That was the entire selection - l am NOT exaggerating. For this we paid 220 euros for two nights, plus the tourist tax, even though they did not take a copy of our passports (or even ask to see them), which l believe is illegal in ltaly. And the room had no fire alarm, no fire exit signs, in fact nothing you would expect to see. Then again, this was not surprising as it was also missing shutters that actually shut, a fridge that actually worked, and knobs on the drawers. We thought up several alternative names for this place... Dirty Chateau is the only one suitable for family reading!

    2.9

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