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... and the level of satisfaction will very much depend on the room you get. Let me explain what I mean. When we checked in, we...
... very helpful staff. Dated decor but clean, decent sized room, limited breakfast but excellent coffee. Most of the hotels...
We stayed in a triple room for one night. Decor was more for an older generation and this did appear to be the generation we saw...
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KZgirl33 wrote a review Feb. 2019
Almaty, Kazakhstan58 contributions26 helpful votes
I suppose your experience and the level of satisfaction will very much depend on the room you get. Let me explain what I mean. When we checked in, we were given a room that faced a street that’s pretty busy with traffic. We really did like the look and the size of this room. However, I think the hotel windows are not made from sound-proof glass, so it was very noisy. I do not sleep well in noisy surroundings and we asked the receptionist to give us a different room that faces the courtyard area.
We were given a new room and it looked dramatically different from the first one. It was much, much smaller and much less attractive as well. But I thought that a good night’s sleep is more important than the look of the room and we decided to stay in the second room.

Next thing we had to deal with was a large radiator that was turned on full blast [in this small room]… And it was, like, plus 7 degrees C outside, so there really was no need for the radiator to be turned up full blast). We closed the valves on the radiator and opened the window. It took about 2 hours to cool the room off to a comfortable temperature, and by then we were really tired and very ready to fall asleep.

Another thing that we did not like was the shower in our room, as it was very tiny. My husband and I are not big/tall people and even for us the shower was very small (I was almost touching the walls of the shower stall when I was taking a shower).

The hotel’s surroundings: Potential guests of this hotel need to be informed that there’s a clock tower right next to the hotel and it is VERY loud. And when it goes off every hour, it rings the bells non-stop for, like, 2-3 minutes (seriously).

Parking: We didn’t realize that there is no dedicated parking at the hotel. When we arrived at the hotel in our car, we had to park on the side of the road for just a couple of minutes and go inside the hotel to ask about the parking. The receptionist said we needed to drive to a public parking spot that’s located across the bridge from the hotel. A bit of inconvenience, especially when you do not know about this ahead of time. But maybe it’s our overlook that we didn’t ask for detailed parking instructions beforehand.

Staff: Receptionists were pleasant and tried to help us resolve our issues. The hotel guests need to know that the receptionists’ knowledge of English is quite basic. No big deal, we used Google Translator to communicate :).
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Date of stay: February 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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LondonJames111 wrote a review Aug. 2018
London, United Kingdom3 contributions
Great location, very helpful staff. Dated decor but clean, decent sized room, limited breakfast but excellent coffee. Most of the hotels and restaurants seemed to be the same style. Lovely town and scenery
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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DaisyChain12 wrote a review Aug. 2017
Hitchin, United Kingdom1,398 contributions128 helpful votes
We stayed in a triple room for one night. Decor was more for an older generation and this did appear to be the generation we saw out and about. Hotel was clean and comfortable and the guy on reception was lovely and helpful. Room was large with shower room. Windows have shutters on so room was lovely and dark at night.
Parking for a few cars was directly outside. There was seating areas on ground floor and also a kids play area. The hotel is located at the end of the main road so a 10-15 minute slow walk will take you through the centre and out other side.
Breakfast was served before 10am and was standard continental with few cereals, rolls and jams, cheese and ham, and yogurts. We had a selection of pastries bought to the table. Room and breakfast deal was very reasonable for the three of us through Expedia. I was disappointed in the town itself. Nothing really going on and I did expect some sort of gift shop with bits about San Pellegrino but couldn't even find any postcards!
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Date of stay: July 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
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Sofie A wrote a review Jul. 2016
Stockholm, Sweden5 contributions3 helpful votes
This hotel is about 800 m from the QC spa, an easy walk. We loved our stay in the small charming town, and the spa was amazing, a lot of value for the money. The hotel room were quite spacious and well cleaned. The best feature of the hotel is definitely the staff, and especially "papa" in the reception, who were warm and friendly in taking care of his guests. He gave us useful tips about the area and food to try in the restaurant (I had a fantastic risotto with local truffle). The breakfast is a bit on the sweet side for us, with sweetened yogurts, jams, biscuits etc. we would definitely appreciate some more robust alternatives (e.g. eggs, fruits and vegetables, whole grain bread) as well on the buffet.
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Date of stay: July 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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bikerchick39 wrote a review Jun. 2016
Hereford, United Kingdom546 contributions190 helpful votes
A lovely old worldly hotel in a great position in San Pellegrino.
The gentleman in the reception was exceptionally helpful and kind. We were cycling and there was a secure place for the bikes. All the staff were very polite and helpful. The room was spacious, if a little dated, but really clean and comfortable.
We had dinner in the restaurant. There was a good choice of food, mostly meat dishes, all really well presented and well cooked.
The breakfast was also as good, with plenty of choices.
Overall a top place to stay and certainly a good place to base yourself if touring or cycling
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Date of stay: June 2016Trip type: Travelled with friends
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