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Reviewed 7 June 2015

Booked through the tourist information office when I rode into town in mid-afternoon. Il Cavallino is on the edge of the old town not far from the train station. It is a very old building with modern refurbishments. I was in room one (with two single beds, tv, fridge and air con). It was clean and comfortable. The bed was quite firm – to the point some might find uncomfortable. The shower was fantastic and the bathroom large and well appointed. Later, however, I noticed the distinct pong of sewerage – like I said it’s an old building. The staff I dealt with were friendly and had limited but useful English. Breakfast was good and included the usual things (bread, cake, cheese, meat, boiled eggs).

Room Tip: Room one's window opens over the street which can be noisy. Windows are double-paned and there is air conditioning, however.
  • Stayed: June 2015, travelled solo
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Thank Elizabeth_InSydney
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Reviewed 27 April 2015

This hotel is located near the train station. I stayed just one night on a business trip (24 april, room 5, 85 euros in total). The hotel, in my opinion has great potential but at present is underperforming. I checked in at 1.30pm, however, my room was not ready (despite the fact that check-out is at 10.30am) but I was allowed to leave my bag. There is no lift to the rooms . The furniture is great but it is not enhanced as it should. The room was big but had a shabby feeling to it although it was very clean. The window gave on the main street and the passing of cars could disturb if you have a light sleep. The bathroom also very clean and large but had the feeling of a ran down place. In addition the shower does not close properly and the water floods the floor. Breakfast was ok. Generally speaking the staff is pleasant but what is missing is that little bit of friendliness which could make this place unique. Wifi was free and worked well. Overall is a decent accommodation but next time I will look for something else.

  • Stayed: April 2015, travelled on business
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Thank andrewasroma
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Reviewed 2 July 2013

Was driving my Beemer bike all day - 750 km from France - by accident found this great and VERY unsual (in the good way) historic hotel. The rooms are spacious, furnished with beautiful original 800' Italian pieces. The rooms are very confortable, no noise, great bed and pillows. Bathroom well equipped. All this for a very reasonable 60 Euros for a double at single use. Breakfast ok, but not exciting. parking within the premises. Very nice and friendly staff. Another great suprise was the restaurant: all local produce, served and cooked to perfection. great cheese selection along with a very well reasoned wine list. Enjoy.

Room Tip: Rooms on side street have total silence.
  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled solo
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Thank Romanbiker
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Reviewed 24 January 2012

A pleasant 3 star hotel with period features and plenty of character. It is a popular restaurant and hotel. It is located in Tortona which is halfway between Milan and Genoa.

They have 13 bedrooms. I stayed in room no.2 which was very spacious with high ceilings and a large bathroom with modern fixtures and fittings. The Room itself has old style furniture but very clean and tidy.

Whilst I have stayed in better hotels in the past, this one defiantly wins on the account of it service and helpfulness to hotel guests. Also one member of staff speaks a fluent English which is rare in these parts of Italy.

Downside is the small TV set in the bedroom with just one channel to view being the BBC. The channel was fuzzy so did not make easy watching.

Free wifi and free parking. You will enjoy your stay here.

Room Tip: Room Dua is a good room.
  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled on business
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Reviewed 9 May 2018 via mobile
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Stayed: May 2018
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