We've stayed here before. It's notable for its high, ornately painted ceilings, very grand, but we'd found that whether on Manganelli Square or on the main road, the rooms could be quite noisy from the traffic. This time we'd asked for a quiet room, and there a few, overlooking…
When we arrived we were a little scared, this hotel is hidden in a street. The lift is quite small (there are at least two, actually, depending where your room is). However, we were very impressed by this hotel. It is in walking distance of all the major sights, and inside it…
Nice refurbishment - palazzo decorations are kept, however you do not feel any signs of dilapidation. Good breakfast includes local specialties and is served in an atmospheric roof terrace. Many thanks to the staff, everything was just perfect.
Friendly staff and comfy hotel. Breakfast is great with a nice terrace over the district. The room is quite big with a French balcony. The building is basically an old palace which was transformed into a hotel. Original paintings are found in the ceilings of the rooms. Paid…
Sort of buried in a dead end street, the hotel occupies both sides of the street with a passageway over the street connecting the two. The rooms are pleasant, the food for breakfast good, and the location is excellent. Price not unreasonable for the location and quality
"you'll have either a grand room with painted ceilings and a balcony, with street noise, or a simple quiet room overlooking the coutyard."
"Don't get a budget room"
"Room on 3th floor is quiet"
"Back rooms are quieter but have no views."
"Ask for a wide bed when you book, if that is important for you"