This monumental establishment overlooking the city has 110 rooms. The older central building houses spacious rooms and a dozen suites on the top floor (lift). A secondary building, devoid of charm, includes a terrace overlooking the river Sedone. The panorama from the upper terraces is grandiose. The decoration is a bit old-fashioned and has nothing really luxurious, as the name of the hotel suggests. Nice bathtubs and satellite TV. A very friendly welcome and a wide range of services.
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