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This hotel is reasonably priced and for us was great value for money. We got a triple ensuite room (3 beds and shower and toilet inside our room). The room was very clean and tidy and everyday in the afternoon they come and clean your...More
We stayed here for 4 nights from 13th May 17. The location of the hotel was great, just a 5 minute walk to Termini train station.
Breakfast was included with the room price with limited choice and we only used once - bread, cheese slices,...More
In building are located other hotels except hotel dolomiti, elevator is tiny and when you are with luggage it's very uncomfortable. Rooms are clean, single beds are very uncomfortable, bathroom is tiny, shower cab more tiny. Wifi is only near reception and breakfast area. The...More
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Response from sensabel, Direttore generale at Hotel Dolomiti
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At the reception there is always someone .. Why you did not request a room change?...Our rooms seem nice and clean with good value for money .... and also the type of breakfast Continental...More
We stayed here for 3 nights from 30th March 17. Hotel location is very good. Rooms are very small and breakfast is same every day. Other wise the hotel room and toilets are clean. anirban & Priyanka, Calcutta, India.
The breakfast was bad or should I say non existent. The only decent thing was the distance from the termini station. The person at the reception in the evening was mighty rude but to be fair the one in the morning made up for him...More
$86 - $156 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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