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Hotel Choice.

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Hotel Choice.

Can I get some advice/suggestions please ?

My travel agent has recommended Hotel Villa Steno to us for a 2 night stay commencing 18/9.

It looks OK, but I read somewhere that there are approx. 100 steps down to the town, not too keen on this.

I've also personally looked at Hotel Pasquale & Albergo Marina (Hotel Ristorante Marina, also confused at the different names ) and was wondering what people thought of these ? Are they in an area that is not so steep ? - if there is such a place -

Any advce greatly appreciated.

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1. Re: Hotel Choice.

Villa Steno is wonderful and an amazing choice, steps or not. If you are not too keen on stairs, you might have a problem in the villages as a whole - we have lots of steps here. Everywhere.

Albergo Marina is the same as hotel Marina (Albergo means hotel in Italian). If you are really concerned about stairs, both Pasquale (same family as Villa Steno) and Marina have less stairs, so does Il Maestrale in the old town.

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2. Re: Hotel Choice.

At hotel pasquale and albergo marina there are no steps and they have an elevator.

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3. Re: Hotel Choice.

Thank you all for your prompt replies.

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