I was originally booked to stay in a twin room with a travelling business colleague, at the Hotel Byron just round the corner. However, they were over-booked and arranged a room in another hotel a few paces away. This room was too small, so I ended up allocated a room in the Hotel Savona.
My room was one normally reserved for tour guides, I believe. Room 405 had a double bed, air conditioning, a small fridge and an adequate bathroom with shower and bidet. It also had access to a roof terrace with deckchairs for sunbathing.
Given other rooms that I saw in other hotels, I would say this was quite adequate. Definitely 3 star, but no better.
Only problem I experienced was returning late one night (2am), I found myself locked out of the hotel ! No one had informed me that common practice on going out for the day was to leave your room key at reception. This way, at night, if room keys were still at reception, the night porter knows you are still out and keeps the hotel open. I had taken my key out with me, it wasn't at reception and the night porter thought I was in the hotel - so he locked up...!!!
My advice - if you intend staying out late - let reception know in advance AND leave your key at reception when you leave the hotel for the day ;-)
Otherwise good and service was good. Can't comment on the food as I ate at the hotel round the corner where I was originally booked.
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