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Difference between a one-star, two-star, three-star and four-star in Italy

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In my travels, I haven't been able to consistently determine what separates a one-star from a two-star or a two-star from a three-star, etc. I remember reading that the Italian government assigns ratings based on a set of criteria (not ambiance or atmosphere), such as how many rooms have bathrooms, whether there's a restaurant on-site, whether rooms have radios, etc. Is there a website that lists the criteria or does anyone know some of these criteria? Thanks!

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