Italia. Just a block from bustling Via Nazionale, this hotel feels like a classic pensione: low budget with a lot of heart. The hotel is a family affair and a friendly one. Guest rooms have big windows, desks, parquet floors, and baths with faux-marble tiles, and a generous buffet breakfast. The bedspreads and drapes are carefully color-coordinated in green, red, and white, in a tasteful nod to the Italian flag. Thoughtful touches like an ice machine and free wireless
Internet access make a stay here all the more tempting. Midsummer rates can sometimes be bargained down.
Oct 21, 2006
I would definitely stay in this hotel again, though upon getting there I was surprised to have to go across the street from the front desk and upstairs to my room. Wasn't a problem, though. The room was very clean and comfortable (they moved me into a twin bed room even though I was alone), with a roomy bathroom. The towels were a bit on the thin side. The staff was very friendly and helpful and the breakfast fine. Good cappuccinos! Good location,
close to the metro.