I reserved this hotel at the last minute on booking.com. They have two room levels, standard and deluxe. From other reviewers notes, I chose the deluxe twin for 88 euro, which is less than offered two days prior. Apparently, the non deluxe rooms are in a separate building, with inferior quality to the deluxe. The location of the hotel is about 10 blocks south of the central train station. We took the metro from the train station, and had to transfer to the Porta Venezia station. It was a little confusing at the metro to find our way three blocks to the hotel, as there are quite a number of streets converging at the metro and it was already dark, so hard to determine directions. And of course, the street names change as they cross an intersection!
The hotel has a pleasant lobby, and the deluxe rooms are of decent size and have been renovated in the last 3-4 years, by my take. Our room faced the street, and I was woken up at 7 am on a Friday by a garbage truck. Otherwise, the dual paned windows kept out most of the street noise. The air conditioning was strong. The bath is smaller with a small shower. There was a small area of painted ceiling within the shower where the paint was pealing. The room was very clean and the beds, firm, but very comfortable. The included breakfast was very typical of that offered at most 3 star hotels. Staff was helpful, and suggested taking the #9 tram back to the train station, which was much easier than the metro. We had purchased a metro ticket already which works on the tram. You can purchase bus/tram/metro tickets in Tabacchi (tobacco stores).
In comparison with other Italian hotels, this fell above a three star hotel in my opinion, maybe a 3.5. Because of the very good price and better than advertised quality, I gave this hotel 4 bubbles.
Choose "deluxe" rooms away from the street.
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We appreciate the good judgement of this customer to give us "4 bubbles", and we suggest a little tip regarding the use of subway to come from Central rail Station.
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In Central Station as subway you can only take the green line but you have to change in Loreto Station to get the Red Line. Then the stop to come to Eurohotel is Porta Venezia, but when you immediately get out of the train, take direction to the top of the train, not to the back. Otherwise you emerge from the wrong exit and then it is longer and more difficult to arrive.
In anycase Tram nbr.9 from Central Station is the best way to come to the hotel, stop always in Porta Venezia.The tram works also in the night.
About the shower, our customer is right, we had used a wrong paint in the ceiling over the showers and that is the reason the paint was pealing, now we have found the right one and we are painting all the ceilings new.
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