We stayed for only one night in this B&B. I have to say we were a little disappointed. It was the most expensive place we stayed in on our little tour of France & Italy and didn't really live up to expectation.
The place was pretty hard to find & quite a walk from the train station. We also did not realise the entrance was up very steep steps- not easy with heavy backpacks! The young lady at reception was not overly welcoming.
The room was luxuriously decorated but actually some pieces did appear to be below par- the mirror in the room was so scuffed it was difficult to see in it! As for the beautiful view... We could only see a side street from our window-quite pleasant but nothing to note. To be honest my husband & I were disappointed with the bath/shower- not into baths, especially not on hols so I would definitely have appreciated a proper shower & to be honest expected it!
Breakfast was basic but met requirements.
Overall the place was ok but not good value & would not recommend. I think the price does not reflect the standard.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Marta, Victoria and all the staff of Palazzo Busdraghi, with the new owner, will welcome their guests in a charming, silent and pleasant atmosphere, attending the guests stay, giving good advices and suggestions of visit, organizing tours to the nearby most interesting sites.June 2012..: our Residenza is getting renewed! new owner, new management, accessories, perfumes and atmosphere, tasty breakfast! ... more less
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