The breakfast is appallingly poor- not even a fresh roll, just cheap sliced bread. A plate is handed to you each morning, containing 6 slices each of banana, kiwi and orange. One croissant per person, a bit of cereal and yogurt. Oh - a cold boiled egg. Abysmal. The room was a reasonable size, with a small sitting area, which was good for leaving our suitcases. One small wardrobe with a few wire and plastic hangers- I honestly thought these were now extinct outside of shops. The towels were of good quality, bit the bathroom was tiny - this in a "deluxe" room. The shower was ridiculously small, shoehorned in between the sink and a wall, with a cheap plastic tray thing which hung over the cubicle wall. Every time I moved I'd knock the damn tray thing, which send one or more items tumbling to the floor of the shower. It was so small that it was impossible to bend down to pick the things up again. Instead I'd have to bend my knees and kind of go straight down and fumble under myself to pick the things up again, then use only the strength of my knees to get upright again. If you're a wet shaver, forget it. By the time you get sufficient water in the sink, you'll need to take shears to your face, not a razor. Also, the room was cold, as was most of the hotel. When we asked about this we were given a letter, explaining that Italian law prevents them from using the heating for more than 8 hours a day! Have you ever heard such guff? There was however an air conditioning unit which we used a lot.
Would I go back there again? Yeah, as if.
Expensive and inadequate and the location, although quiet at the back, where we were, is not good at all.
Great bed and pillows, with good quality linen and towels.