It seems that there may be two hotels with the same name in the same place or that the hotel has been revamped. I will go with the latter since the stay I just had with my two older boys was excellent.
We went over the new year so the pool was closed. None-the-less, it looked clean and very nice for those lucky enough to visit in the warmer weather.
We saw two rooms because I wanted three beds rather than a room to sleep three. It meant that the room could, in fact, sleep four and was tighter for space. It would, however, be roomy for all but the largest groups.
Both rooms were clean and obviously refurbished, the bathroom equipment was gleaming, full bath/shower and bidet for those used to having one.
The TV was a good-sized, 32 inch or so, Philips flat screen model with HDMI inputs. For those of you not fluent in Italian, it makes an excellent display if you have a suitable equipped laptop (virtually anything made in the last few years); even some phones can connect to HDMI. We used this system to show stuff we had with us while allowing me freedom to use the laptop screen.
There was also a free safe, often not the case, easy to use too (no key) and seemed fit for purpose, you could squeeze a small laptop in it and obviously passports and money if required. Of course there was a wardrobe and draws and so on. One nice thing was that there is a small entrance hall to the room, essentially making the rooms have three rooms, one being the bathroom of course. This allows extra privacy and noise separation.
WiFi aerials were everywhere and again, unlike many places, all free. Staff hand out pieces of paper with hours of time on them; be sure to ask for a multi-day ticket if your stay is long to avoid the timeout when you least need it. It is not really great data-wise but serviceable, just allowing Skype calls is required and fine for web surfing etc.
The room also had coffee/tea making stuff, replenished daily by efficient staff along with remaking the beds and all the usual stuff. The only minor issue was having only one tea bag of several types. For an English tea lover, I needed all standard English Breakfast teabags so I simply grabbed a few of from the breakfast buffet to keep in the room.
The breakfasts are included free in all room prices and it is a good idea; almost everyone uses it and it makes for a large selection operating over a long period. They had cooked stuff like scrambled eggs, bacon and sausages. Cereals, fruits, yoghourts, baguettes and various other breads, cold meats, croissant, toasters, cakes, pain au chocolat, biscotti, several juices, tea making facilities and coffee machines for all the varied coffee types; they even made espressos manually for anyone that wanted one.
There was a Maitre' D that ensured everything was kept clean and clear and replenished so the room didn't look like a regular buffet place at all, it was very nice. We basically ate enough that we didn't have to interrupt important museum-going business, allowing us to hold off for an early evening meal somewhere.
I read some reviews saying the staff were unhelpful; this was far from the case. No looking down at those of us with pathetic knowledge of Romance languages, especially Italian. On hand to sell local bus tickets for 1.20 instead of 2 Euro on the actual bus. The timetable was complex over the Xmas period - the had an entire folder of photocopied sheets for each day marked up ready to remove confusion, extremely useful. There was even a shuttle bus (which costs 3 Euros I think), we didn't bother, the local stop is 5 mins walk away and goes into town in 20 minutes and ran every 15 minutes or less on the working days from early until late. The driver refused to take money for either of my two 'bambinos' so it was extremely cheap to go to town and back.
There are a couple of X-boxes in the lobby, one with Kinect aimed at young'uns and the other for older kids as far as I could tell.
It has been a while since I travelled on business using someone else's money but this place gave me the impression that is is a good quality business hotel - it has several conference rooms and is near the airport - while maintaining a good experience for family travellers like we were.
Since the rooms also had newly installed double-glazed units (which do open, completely in fact, even on the 7th floor), we heard no airport noise at all, it is a small airport anyway, probably with no flights at night.
Of course, we paid nothing like the walk-up rate so I found the value-for-money to be good too. Being outside the main town has the one disadvantage of having to go in for the day and not being able to pop back to the hotel on a whim. This merely involved ensuring we had what we needed, money, passports and maybe an umbrella - we are not the type to return to hotels anyway when there is interesting stuff to see.
The upside is that you get a larger hotel which is almost certainly quieter (they seemed to have a lot of ambulances blaring in the city itself) and has better facilities than a price-comparable hotel in town.
I should also mention that there are at least two very nice restaurants nearby i.e. walkable, one Italian and one a Sushi place. There is also a large McDonalds a bit further away if that is more your speed. We used the McD's and the Italian once for each.
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