Close to Mirabelli
Posted Aug 20, 2016
Be aware if you have any mobility issues. There are only stairs to get in to a mezzanine level. There are many odd threshold configurations. I understand and expect this in a historic hotel however, this seemed excessively difficult. The hotel is rather expensive for the quality, but it is because of location. Parking is 9 about 2 blocks away. Breakfast is 14 and there are no other close restaurants. Trying to just get a cup of coffee and not eat is a Enigmatic process. First they said we had to go to the bar which was closed, then they said to go to the breakfast area and have coffee. Upon check out they were interrogated about how many coffees and were accused of also having juice. We had coffee, tea and water. It was a very unfriendly encounter.
The rooms are small, which we did expect. The rooms had rugs and upholstery headboards when seemed dusty.