Ratings based on 8 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great Staff, Great LocationPosted Jul 16, 2014
Pros: the staff, location and décor. Great hotel for children
Cons: The comfort of the mattresses and pillows.
Location: The location is centrally located between the beaches and the center. it is worth renting a bicycle and riding eveyrwhere.
The staff at Alexander was nothing less than professional, courteous and welcoming. They will go out of their way to accommodate your requests.
by A verified traveler
Don't do itPosted Jul 14, 2014
On the website this hotel looks fantastic but in reality it's a bit of a disaster. They don't tell you that you have to pay 17euro if you want to use the beach, it is not included in the hotel price so don't assume this is a beach hotel. Thought we would be fine with the pool so was okay to let this slide but they have built it on the wrong side so it is constantly in the shade so freezing cold even in mid summer. I was also astonished to find out the hotel charges you 2euro to use a towel at the pool!!! Such a scam and horrible way for them to make an extra buck especially when the room price is not cheap. Rooms are horrible, very small and most are covered in ugly eye sore "art". It's not nice to wake up in the morning to bright paint splotches everywhere. They need to limit the art alot because it's complete overkill. They have a big garage with plenty of space but will charge you 15-20euro a day to park there which is ridiculous! Wifi is very weak and they only give you a voucher for a few hours so you need to continuously go down and get new vouchers, stupid system. Bottom line, there are plenty of other nice hotels for much better price that won't attempt to rip you off with the hidden costs. I would highly recommend choosing elsewhere.
for Everyoneby Mel from Dorset, UK
Lovely hotel - but with some very loud noisePosted Aug 26, 2012
Pros: Individual, arty rooms
Cons: Noise from the bar opposite
Location: Very good access to the beach and cycle track. Too close to a noisy bar
Very nice hotel - good breakfast, interesting varied, arty rooms, good service. The biggest thing to bear in mind is that it is at the busy end of Pesaro. One of our five nights was spoilt by exceptionally loud music until 1.30am from the venue opposite the hotel. The night staff explained that it was a regular occurance. The receptionist was extremely pleasant and helpful and moved us to a much higher room, but I would hesitate to wholeheartedly recommend the hotel as we didn't know when to expect more noisy music. Also - bear in mind that the first floor rooms do not have balconies.
Most unusual hotel.Posted Aug 24, 2012 on Hotels.com
This is the last in the line of beach front hotels which line the Viale Trento in Pesaro. The owners (who own several upscale hotels in the area) have converted it into a museum--every room is decorated by a different Italian artist, a very nice idea to support the arts. Good breakfast in a bright airy room facing the beach. Small bedrooms, but adequate. Expensive parking. Rather far from the Teatro Rossini, if you are there for the opera festival as we were. Quiet compared to most beach hotels in season.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Excellent Service at good valuePosted Jul 27, 2012 on Hotels.com
Lovely artistic decor, fine food both at buffet breakfast and evening time, helpful staff and very well priced for facilities and location.
for Everyoneby Jackie from England, UK
Great pool but stay away from the bathroom windowPosted Jul 8, 2012
Pros: The pool
Cons: The lack of privacy in the bathroom
Location: The last hotel on the beach strip. About 20 minutes walk into town centre or a short bus ride if not a Sunday
With Italy in the grip of a heatwave and the beaches full to overflowing the large pool in this Hotel became essential on our weekend stay. It is called an Art hotel and has many paintings and sculptures. The manager showed us a back street to park our car as there wasn't a space in the hotel's garage (nor any others judging by the number of cars driving up and down trying to find a space). We didn't touch it for the whole weekend but it was perfectly safe. Our room was bright and comfortable but the layout of the bathroom was strange as the shower was right next to window which had no covering and the shower only had a flimsy curtain on some wired contraption. The toilet was in full view of the window and it was uncomfortable to sit there and watch the outside world. We requested some covering for the window as the room overlooked a beach volleyball court next to the hotel. We were told by the receptionist that it was the only room with no covering on the bathroom window because the glass had a special coating! This was not true as we tested it out and my husband could clearly be seen. We didn't pursue this as everything else was fine and the staff were all extremely helpful and friendly on all other occasions. Breakfast was incredible with every fruit under the sun and some traditional Italian fare. The bar was expensive and we used the bar directly over the road which was much better value and very friendly. (Good luck to the woman who was learning to play the Sitar.)
for Everyoneby Tomas from Minneapolis, Minnesota
Three thumbs up!Posted Jun 14, 2012
Pros: Excellant breakfast.
Cons: We had to leave,
Location: It was a little tricky to find initially, but not bad.
The breakfast was outstanding! The staff was friendly and very helpful. We only wish we could have stayed longer.
for Familiesby A verified traveler from London
OTT artist decorations make for an interesting stayPosted Sep 4, 2011
Lovely hotel. Lobby particularly nice. Pool adequate sized, but get up before 7am if you want to secure a lounger. Breakfast buffet excellent, mainly cold dishes. Rooms comfortable, mattresses could be a little on the firm side for some. Great resort, mainly domestic tourists. Location excellent, beach a bit commericalised (everything is rental parasol areas to sit under) but there is a large, shallow, protected area for small kids/lazy adults to splash around in the sea. Great location to base out of if you want to travel around too.