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The Matisse B & B is a good, basic accommodation. It provides everything you need for a short stay. The bedrooms are very clean and not all have ensuite but our bathroom was just outside so wasn't a problem. They provide an adequate continental breakfast....More
Had a great stay at the Matisse rooms are very clean and not to far to walk to the city. Will definitely stay here again. Kitchen was clean with breakfast available when you wanted plenty of cereal drinks tea coffee and fruit juice.
Ok so perhaps with hindsight we were a little naive, looking at the website the images were rather quirky.
The reviews we read were mixed in praise and condemnation.
We are not familiar with the system of hotels and bed and breakfast in Italy, that's...More
Special decorations! We love the sculpture, carpets and the ambient!
Room was big, quiet , clean . Breakfast was simple but offers 24hours.
Roberto was nice guy , he called driver for us to airport and printed tickets for us .
We will come back...More
Hotel is a bit updated, with no heating (so take a warmer clothes in the winter).
Quite an old-fashion decoration in common living-room area.
Communication with reception was a little chaotic.
On the other hand, you have breakfast included- in the kitchen you can use...More
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US$50 - US$337 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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