My husband and I had planned a trip from Pisa to Isle of Giglio to Rome over a 4 day trip. We received a phone call from the owner the day before travelling down to Rome demanding an arrival time, which we had arranged with her prior to leaving England we could not be at her's before 7 oclock in the evening. She said we had to arrive before 5 oclock or we would not be greeted by anyone, unfortunately this was impossible for us as we were travelling by train and had arranged to spend the day on the isle of giglio. She became so rude and irrate and would not try and understand that we had boat and train times to stick too. She ended the phone call saying that if we were not there by a certain time we would not be welcome but will be charged the full amount. We therefore had to stay an extra night in Giglio and only one night in Rome. This VILE woman spoilt our holiday and cost us an extra 200 euro. Please do not stay here.
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- Palazzo del Duca B&B is situated in a aristocratic Residence perfectly conserved, furnished with elegance and charm. The dwelling which houses Palazzo del Duca B&B was built around 1492 a few years after Christof Columbus had discovered America. Palazzo del Duca is a private and intimate B&B, where its manageable size allows a great refinement of detail. Our restaurant at the Colosseo "L'Invincibile ... more less
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