We spent one night at this hotel whilst travelling south and chose it because of it's central location. This out weighs the irritation of paying 22 euros to have the car valet parked but other niggles detracted from the hotel's overall standard. We were greeted by very pleasant staff and shown to our room which was reasonably spacious but, for some unaccountable reason in a Tuscan palazzo, was decorated with a Moroccan theme in gaudy - not restful - colours. We understand that the hotel has chosen to theme it's rooms on the travels of the writer Bruce Chatwin but as far as we are aware he never wrote a word about Morocco. The bathroom was overloaded with very nice toiletries but the bath and shower were oddly against the window requiring awful plastic curtains. There was nowhere in the bedroom to make tea or coffee - the hotel has no bar or lounge and the coffee machine in the basement is supplied only with indescribably horrid plastic cups. It would make more sense to replace the room mini-bar, surely unnecessary in a city with so many good restaurants and bars, with facilities for a hot drink. The computer in the bedroom with internet access was useful but not as useful as a kettle at seven in the morning before the breakfast room opened. However, as other reviewers have said there was a very good choice of food for the buffet breakfast and the room was not as subterranean in feel as other reviewers have suggested. This was a potentially very good hotel which seemed to miss the point of what travellers require.
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- Patio Hotel Arezzo