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Not only is the location absolutely wonderful near all major sites- the palazzo ducale, major museums and churches but you are very near fun bars to people watch- and Urbino has many interesting people both those living in the city and visiting.lovely breakfast clean rooms...More
Centrally located, clean, basic rooms, ditto bathrooms (with some very European non-loop flat linen towels), desk staff ranging from very helpful to helpful when pressed (all could interchangeably work at an independent bookstore), good breakfast with pretty outdoor terrace and even larger terrace tucked below...More
We stayed at the Albergo Italia for five weeks during the summer of 2016 while I engaged in an intensive study abroad program. The staff is, and was friendly and professional everyday. I cannot recall a single unsatisfactory incident, in fact, they were often especially...More
We stayed here one night, during the Festival of the Duke. The festival is a big deal and so much fun. But about the hotel.....
The best parts..........location the best in town. It is right by the central piazzas. The front desk people were very...More
There is nothing majorly wrong with the infrastructure of this hotel- bathroom was recently done, rooms are fairly freshly made over. Air conditioning was a tad noisy. The main problem was with the HR: the staff just didn't seem welcoming or friendly. This was typified...More
US$86 - US$115 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#2 Business Hotel in Urbino
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We are coming by bus from Arezzo. Where do we get left off and how do we get to the hotel? Do we walk or take a taxi?
26 September 2014|
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When I was there in June, buses stopped in a square outside the city walls just below the palace and duomo, above an underground car park. There is a lift in the corner of that square which takes you to the top of the city... More
When I was there in June, buses stopped in a square outside the city walls just below the palace and duomo, above an underground car park. There is a lift in the corner of that square which takes you to the top of the city walls (exit near a cafe). From the top turn left and it is a short walk to the hotel under a paved collonade.
I think another bus station is being built at the other side of town.