Great Location but rooms need updating. I can’t speak of the value since it was paid for by someone else, however I do feel this hotel has great potential. There is a small garage in the hotel which was very convenient for us. They still use old fashioned keys which you leave with the concierge and there are no individual safes in the room so you must leave your valuables in the safe in the lobby. Also, we were first shown to a room that smelled like cigarettes and we had to move to another room. The 3rd floor is the no smoking floor. We didn’t eat at the hotel because there are a ton of places to eat in Pesaro. My favorite place for breakfast is called Café Journal right down the block and overlooking the sea. They had fresh pastries and cappuccino and they even had low fat milk. Ask for “scremato”.
For any American reading this, the big food in Pesaro is piadina. It’s a flat bread that they use for sandwiches and it’s worth a try for sure! It looks vaguely like a Panini but it’s not that at all!
1) The location. It’s in the perfect location because you are away about a block away from tons of people and acts that can make a lot of noise at night.
2) Free internet in the lobby for guests with one terminal.
3) Has the feeling of old world charm. Lovely lobby
4) Has tapparelle (they are the metal window covers that you pull up/down from the inside and you can make your room pitch black or just let little holes of light inside or open them completely) on the windows which as an American I completely appreciate!
5) The people who worked there were very nice.
6) The hotel had a cute, clean looking outdoor pool.
1) The room although attractive was outdated and the bathroom was really small with a step up. I totally stubbed my toe in the middle of the night.
2) The fixtures in the bathroom really need some sprucing up. See photos
3) I thought the bathtub area around the edges could have been cleaner
4) You needed strong hands to switch from tub to shower on the nozzle.
5) We heard the people walking above us in the middle of the night and their alarm in the morning
6) There were no tissues anywhere and I had to ask for them in the lobby. They didn’t understand “tissues” but did understand “Kleenex”.
7) The bed left something to be desired. Very very hard with a huge ridge in the middle. And the sheets were not that soft and we could feel a huge difference at the next hotel we stayed at in Perugia.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hotel Savoy is the most central hotel of the city, in a shady and quiet position. It is on the main street of the town, only a short walk from the beach and from the most important monuments of the town. It has an a la carte restaurant, open to the public with local and international cuisine, fish specialties and high quality wines. The rooms are spacious and quiet, with en-suite bathroom, direct dial telephone, adjustable air conditioning, radio and piped music, wifi, satellite TV and wall safe. Some rooms have a balcony and hydro-massage. The sculpture "Traveller's source" of Master Giovanni Gentiletti overlooks the entrance. It is provided with a reading, writing and games room, an American bar, a terrace with music, a modern, equipped congress centre with a capacity of up to 350 people. There are facilities for luncheon meetings and banquets, a winter garden for receptions and cocktails. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Savoy Hotel Pesaro