I checked out of the hotel this morning, and can say with reasonable certainty that my only complaint with M14 is that their wireless internet needs a serious overhaul. Everything else was perfect, and with only a five or so minute walk to the Prato della Valle, it is situated so as to allow for an easy navigation of the city, and an equally easy way back on foot.
My room on the fourth floor (rm. 420), was a small single bed, situated with a terrace overlooking a courtyard of the property at the rear of the hotel. The room served its purpose rather well, and was perfectly sized. It was possible to hear the opening and closing of adjoining doors in the hallway, but little beyond that. As I already mentioned, I could no receive internet in my room but was able to do so in the ample lobby space on the ground floor.
Let's face it, there are hotels that are cheaper than this one and there are plenty that are more expensive. As long as you don't go in expecting the Waldorf (I might remind you that you certainly aren't paying for it either), you won't be in the slightest disappointed. It is worth every penny.
(Breakfast is an extra 5 euros, and worth those pennies as well.)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in Prato della Valle, one of Europe's largest squares, Hotel M14 is set in Padua's most historic neighbourhood. Completely refurbished in 2011, it offers air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi.Your room at M14 Hotel is modern and stylish with wood floors and a balcony. Each room has a minibar and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels.M14 is just 350 metres from Padua's famous Basilica di Sant Antonio. ... more less
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