Lovely and quaint hotel
Posted Oct 30, 2015 on Hotels
Hotel Corso is about a ten minute walk from the train station, right across Trieste Blvd. from a lovely park. The room was fair-sized, but with everything you might want, including TV, armoire, and a very nice, firm, bed. The staff was helpful and friendly, though their English wasn't not as polished as other hotels we stayed in. The bathroom was clean and functional. As with all other hotels in Italy, it had a bidet as well as toilet, The shower was a stall shower. The highlight for me was the breakfast buffet, which had the usual (cheese, wonderful rolls, jam, deli meats, fresh fruit, yoghurt, dry cereals) plus scrambled eggs and cooked sausage. If also had four different kinds of gluten-free biscuits and cereal. As always, the coffee was good. We asked for an early walk-up, and it came on the dot. For the money, the hotel was the best value of our stay in Italy, and Padua is a lovely town to walk through.