Unbelievable. We paid £240 for two rooms for one night for the last night of a family trip round Italy because we thought the Hotel had a pool and it would be nice after a fairly hectic tour to relax, have a swim then head to the airport the next day. Went to reception to ask about towels for the pool and told it cost AN ADDITIONAL 10€ per person per day to use the pool. The man behind reception seemed to think this was all very amusing when I said I'd never heard anything as ridiculous. He said we would only have to pay 40 € as our 8 year old would be free. I have never heard of this practice before for any hotel I have ever stayed in with a pool. I asked to Speak to the manager and he said he was unavailable all day. I asked who was in charge and he said he was and that he had nothing else to say. I went down to the pool which had no people in it. The pool was a basic 20 m long rectangle with dirt and rubbish around the sides. Three pool staff were sitting around chatting with no one else even at pool side. Declined to pay and went in to Rome to calm down in St Peters Square.
Other things of note:
Wi fi was 10€
My room was noisy all night next to some generator (room 614)
There was a four ring hob in both rooms but no pans or a kettle so you couldn't even heat water
Breakfast was just terrible. The cheapest worst ingredients money could buy. Dreadful dry croissants and brioche. Cheapo teabags. Processed ham and cheese. A bowl of low quality tinned peaches. Cheapo cereals.
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