My wife and I stayes at Hotel Miro (formerly known as "Hotel Millenium") as a short brake during summer before leaving for a holiday with the whole family. So we didn't want to spend to much. Miro's location is fab, walking distance to the feniculare to Montecatini Alto (a absolute must do!) and the Terme. Great!. But the hotel is awfull. Breakfast is very scarce with only once every three days fresh bread (buns). No warm items, 1 sweatty sort of cheese and pressed ham. Further only some jams and cereal. Coffee and tea (no cappucino or similar attainable, even if you wanted to pay for it!!!) and watery factory orange like lemonade. Dinner same thing. Chewy meat, tapioca kinds of dessert, very limited salad bar and all in very small portions. Beverages were not free and limited to water, regular coke, fanta of wine. Nothing else could be ordered even if you offered to pay extra for it. Always the same excuse that deliveries had been late :(, If you insist on going to Miro I advise you to do as we did. We usually fled the hotel as soon as possible and left for the neareby pub to get something decent to eat. For the room: we were lucky to get sun in the morning and had a room on the second floor!! Why? Because the airco made lots of noise, but provided no cooling. It ment that we really had to get out of our room early, since temperature on our digital traveling clock quickly rose to 32 degrees Celsius at 9:30 am (love the Itlalian sun though). During the day the sun went to the other side of the building and temperature lowered to around 24. So, sweatty nights but we slept anyway. But I pittied those who had a top floor room with sun in the evenings. Heard them complain to reception in vain. The room itself was old, extremely worn fittings (chrome had worn away onto the copper) and the bathroom was smelly and moldy with broken tiles. The shower produced very little water (jumping from drop to drop my wife called it) with rapid changes of hot and cold water. On top of that, the hotel experienced a powerdown of several hours. Not an unusual event according to the receptionist. The pool was reasonably, but the scarce pool furniture was very worn and during our stay one of the swinging couches collapsed while guests were sitting in it. When we left four days later, it was still lying by the pool side untouched. But I must say, staff tried to make the best of it. They apologized and tried to make you feel special and praised the awfull food presenting it as a treat. Pathetic on some moments.
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- Also Known As:
- Miro Hotel Montecatini Terme