My husband had to visit for work and this was one of the closest hotels to his job site. It had stated it took AMEX which is does not and that was a pain as we had to use our personal credit card. They also say they are bilingual and this was really not the case as most questions they didn't understand what we were saying. The tv just has Italian channels which of course didn't work for us as some of the other properties had what they call SKY tv and you could see some American channels. Breakfast was included but I found it to be just OK...nothing Americans would expect a breakfast to be. The little town was within walking distance and there was also a grocery store down the street which helped. You have a balcony but no furniture to enjoy. I ended up taking the desk chair outside to sit. Keep in mind if you arrive by train and it is evening there is nothing to get you to the hotel....no taxis around or bus....If you need to be in this area it is an OK hotel but it is not a vacation location.
4 out of 5
by A verified traveler from Wrexham, UK
Rubicone Meuble - no problem
Posted Jan 26, 2012 on Hotels
The hotel isnt in a particularly inspiring location, but it was fine for where I needed to be. Its more of a business location than one for holidays. The room was clean, bed was good, bathroom fine. The staff are friendly enough. Breakfast was good. I would use it again.