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Stayed here on business, great comfortable bed. Lighting a little confusing and TV needs updating, otherwise a nice hotel. Very friendly staff. Breakfast ok and again friendly staff. A good business hotel
Nice welcome by the receptionist. Company pre booked the room so no hassle with id etc. Room has a small chair and a desk. Turning on the light is a small challenge.
Restaurant opens at 19.30. Enough choice variation.
The have this glass room on...More
I was pleasantly surprised how good this hotel was. The service was amazing!
Small important details: a free shuttle to the Metro station and a spa which needs to be booked 24 hours in advance.
The hotel was clean and the bed was super comfortable....More
Stayed here on business and impressed with hotel, it does have good wifi and rooms very spacious. Bathroom also to a high spec. Tea and coffee facility in room, which is nice. Breakfast also good, great choice. Only here for 2 days but overall cannot...More
A four star hotel with a 2 star room. Really bland and boring. The lunch was OK and I guess the breakfast was OK for Italian standars, too sweet bit that's to expect. The room was the most dissapointing.
the breakfast has a good choice, hot eggs, bacon and sausage, cold meats, cheese, salad veg, bread and spreads plus cereal, yoghurt and fresh fruit. it depends if you book the room with breakfast included. The free hotel... More
the breakfast has a good choice, hot eggs, bacon and sausage, cold meats, cheese, salad veg, bread and spreads plus cereal, yoghurt and fresh fruit. it depends if you book the room with breakfast included. The free hotel shuttle takes you to the nearest metro station. The hotel is not near the city centre.
I think it depends on the room. In the roomI had you would have needed an extension cord. I got an upgrade. Why don't you bring it? Better safe than sorry - would be a pity to turndown a upgrade, no? :-)