Hotels Near Piazza Leon Battista Alberti In Mantova

4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.04km from Piazza Leon Battista Alberti
Stayed at the residence for one night - service was very good the room is spacious and comfortable the bathroom large and the main selling point - the location - is perfect. Immediately near the duomo and the main sites and close to loads of restaurants in this enchanting town .. breakfast was basic but good and the place super clean .. could have done with a larger tv but no big deal- recommended
FromUS$95
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
0.08km from Piazza Leon Battista Alberti
The location is in an alley, opposite the downstairs is a restaurant, and left the train station for ten minutes. The room is large, not bad, with kitchen and tableware and some materials to do. The boss is very nice, very careful and enthusiastic to recommend the place to play. The city of Mantua is small and quiet. Come to the Duke's Mansion to see the paintings of Mantania. There are very few people in this city, very leisurely, and many shops here have not opened the door. It is a little bit of breakfast, not enough to eat, and it is suspected that the Mantua meal is so small. A small cup of coffee, two small bread snacks. What makes people depressed is that the homeowner recommends the restaurant that is delicious downstairs. It is said that it is very good to cook fish. Feeling being pitted, maybe the female boss thought we were Chinese. He gave us a recommended 18-euro package, muttered a lot of words, said what fish had, and finally two pastas. There are half of the fresh lobsters in each pasta dish. I am not eating enough. This is 36 yuan. Finally I received a tip of 5 yuan, which makes me feel a little disappointed with the city. 40 Euro is just two pastas, a fresh lobster, and a tip in Rome is 12%. The hotel in Mantua is a bit more, although it is a tourist city, it makes me feel better than Florence. It is much more expensive. The place to live is not bad, but the restaurant downstairs is not recommended. Fortunately, I saw the comfort of Mantania's paintings.
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4/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.13km from Piazza Leon Battista Alberti
The Hotel was very well equipped for a large group, we were 26. They could even organize a dinner, local delicacies, at a short notice. The rooms were pleasant, at the main square. We were on the fourth floor, no noise. The only challenge for some were a small lift, and still you might need to take a few steps down or up to reach your room. The bus driver could take us by the lake, behind Palazzo Ducale, and we needed to drag the luggage across the cobbled square. This, however, is a challenge in most historic towns, you cannot drive with a big vehicle to the door. On our way back the hotel receptionist was able to call a taxi to drive some of the ladies who had trouble with the luggage. Excellent location for the sights.
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4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.13km from Piazza Leon Battista Alberti
I spent 5 nights here and was very happy with my choice of hotel. The Residenza Accademia is an annexe of the Hotel dei Gonzagi, which is about 50 meters away. One goes to the reception to check in and out and deal with any enquiries. It is cleary a very well run hotel. The staff are very pleasant and helpful. Breakfast is the main hotel and was good. The residence is very pleasant. My room was very well furnished and equipped and spotlessly clean. Everything worked perfectly. My room had a view of the small inside courtyard. Might have been nice to have a view of the city, but perhaps other rooms do. The location is excellent right in the city center. Overall this was an excellent choice and excellent value for money, even in the middle of the high season. I had booked for 5 nights at the non-refundable rate, but when I had to change my dates, arriving one and leaving one day later, the hotel changed my dates, without any extra charge. I though this was a very nice gesture, Much appreciated. Overall, this is an excellent choice of hotel in the lovely city of Mantua. It is not a luxury hotel, but comfortable, functional and good value.
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4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.13km from Piazza Leon Battista Alberti
Ca' Tazzoli is a sort of annex of Hotel dei Gonzaga and they share most amenities such as front desk, restaurant, cleaning etc. I believe that Ca' Tazzoli is a bit cheaper, but I am not sure. Ca' Tazzoli is an old building built on a square around a central atrium that serves as a common seating area that is not used very often. The rooms are situated on three floors around the atrium. My room was clean and adequate for my needs. I was back in Mantua on business for a couple of weeks and stayed here for one of those weeks because I needed to spend most of my time alone and uninterrupted. That was all fine. I had a desk and generally good WiFi. Here is where one of the irritants of the place came into play, however. When you check in they give you your own ID and password for WiFi. I was staying for a week, but the clerk gave me a password for only 3 days and told me I had to come back for another in 3 days. It ran out right in the middle of doing business, which was annoying because I had to walk to the front desk (about a block) and get another. The clerk at the time could not understand why I had a password for only 3 days and gave me another for 7 without a problem, and was puzzled as to why I had been given only 3 days in the first place. My general conjecture, based on other experiences, is that some of the desk staff are more competent/knowledgeable than others. They were all friendly and polite (even putting up with my bad Italian), but not always helpful. I drink yerba mate day and night, and for that I need a supply of hot water. The desk clerk who showed me the room at the beginning of my stay told me to use the hot water tap! Really? You use the hot water tap to make tea? She then told me that I could get hot water from the restaurant (when it is open). That worked, although it meant I was limited in the hours I could get hot water. Eventually I asked if they had an electric kettle. Nope. Never heard of such a thing. Also, my room was cold at night by my standards and there was no way that I could get heat. I used extra blankets for sleeping, and they suggested I move to a room on a higher floor because they are a bit warmer (heat rises). I declined, not wanting to waste my time on what would probably be wasted effort. This meant I had to wear a coat at night when talking to partners in Asia and the US. The desk clerk also sent me on a wild goose chase for a full service laundry -- sending me first to a dry cleaners'. To be fair, full service laundries do not exist in Mantua; you have to use self service laundromats. I did not know this because when I lived there I had a washing machine. I know this part of Mantua very well because I used to live on the other side of piazza Sordello for 2 years. It's central enough for just about anything tourists want to see. No more than a 15 minute walk will get you pretty much anywhere in centro. You can spit and hit the duomo and palazzo ducale, there is a market each Thursday on piazza Sorde
FromUS$72
0/50 Reviews
0.18km from Piazza Leon Battista Alberti
The Grand Hotel San Lorenzo provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. The Grand Hotel San Lorenzo is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Mantova. With Mantova just 1km away and Verona Airport only 45km away, transportation is very convenient. Guests will find Biblioteca Teresiana, Museo di Palazzo Ducale and Basilica di Sant'Andrea di Mantova just a short distance from the hotel. When guests have some time on their hands they can make use of the onsite facilities.
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4.7/5Outstanding10 Reviews
0.28km from Piazza Leon Battista Alberti
Offering free Wi-Fi and free bike rental, B&B A Casa di Andrea offers fully equipped studios in central Mantua. It is 400 metres from Mantua Cathedral and a 5-minute walk from Mantua Train Station.Fitted with parquet floors and wooden furniture, studios are air conditioned and come with a living area with TV. They feature a fully equipped kitchenette and a private bathroom with a hairdryer and toiletries.Every morning guests will enjoy a breakfast basket filled with bread, milk, croissant, butter and yogurt.
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3.9/510 Reviews
0.29km from Piazza Leon Battista Alberti
Property Location With a stay at B&B da Selly in Mantova (Old Town), you'll be steps from d'Arco Palace Museum and 4 minutes by foot from Piazza Mantegna. This bed & breakfast is 0.5 mi (0.9 km) from Piazza Sordello and 0.9 mi (1.4 km) from Palazzo Te. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 3 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms have deep soaking bathtubs and complimentary toiletries. Housekeeping is provided daily, and rollaway/extra beds (surcharge) can be requested. Amenities Take in the views from a terrace and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and a television in a common area. Dining A complimentary local cuisine breakfast is served daily from 8 AM to 10 AM.
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4.8/5Outstanding10 Reviews
0.34km from Piazza Leon Battista Alberti
Only 5 minutes’ walk from the Basilica of Sant’Andrea and Mantua Train Station, Palazzo Arrivabene B&B offers air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi and an Italian sweet breakfast.Featuring a flat-screen TV, the elegant rooms at the Palazzo Arrivabene come with unique details and some also feature precious chandeliers and parquet floors.The property’s interiors include a marble staircase and an elegant lounge. The ceilings are adorned with classic-style hand paintings.The Ducal Palace and bicycle route to Peschiera del Garda are both less than a 10-minute walk from the B&B. Public parking is available 100 metres away.
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5/5Perfect11 Reviews
0.52km from Piazza Leon Battista Alberti
Hotel Mantegna is set in a pleasant building, matching the refined ambiance of the elegant historic centre of Mantua, where it is located, close to the lakes of the city.Enjoy the discreet and interesting surroundings of this well-known artistic town, boasting a host of Renaissance buildings and pieces of art. During the first week of September, Mantua is also home of the literature festival Festivaletteratura, attracting visitors from all over the world.The Mantegna offers comfortable rooms, equipped with all modern comforts, a rich continental buffet breakfast (07:00 – 10:00) and a bar open all day.
FromUS$81
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
0.53km from Piazza Leon Battista Alberti
With a stay at Foresteria Del Merlin Cocai in Mantua (Old Town), you'll be within a 10-minute walk of Piazza Mantegna and Piazza Sordello. This guesthouse is 0.8 mi (1.2 km) from d'Arco Palace Museum and 1 mi (1.6 km) from Palazzo Te.Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance.Featured amenities include luggage storage, microwave in a common area, and refrigerator in a common area.Make yourself at home in one of the 6 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring espresso makers and Smart televisions. Your memory foam bed comes with down comforters and premium bedding. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature deep soaking bathtubs and rainfall showerheads.
FromUS$74
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.67km from Piazza Leon Battista Alberti
There's a lot to like about this guest house (it can't be called a hotel), particularly its location. It's very close to the historic centre of Mantua, which is completely glorious, and to all the main sights. It's also undeniably very interesting to spend a night or two in a historic building of this kind. We had the enormous, vaulted cellar apartment, and it's an unusual and evocative space. Having said all that, however, I'm not sure we would rush back here. Reviews from 2018 talk with enthusiasm of the breakfast provided in the apartments, but the management has clearly decided to suspend that service, so that you have to go out and forage for breakfast in local cafes. That's fine if you're happy with the classic Italian breakfast of coffee and brioche, but not so great if you aren't. Also, although the apartments are advertised as having kitchens, that's a little misleading. (I had envisaged it as a kind of aparthotel from the description.) Our apartment had a very underpowered fridge, a kettle, and an espresso maker (with a rather ungenerous two pods). There's a hob and various empty cupboards, but there are no plates or cutlery. There's a sign saying that, if you want to use the kitchen, you should contact the management, but that seems rather a hassle if you are only there for a couple of nights. There wasn't too much sign of the free local parking listed on the site I booked from, either. The choice seemed to be either highly competitive metered street parking or a multi-storey a few blocks away. I wasn't sure that the romance of living in a historic building--or even the great location--fully compensated for all these inconveniences. The apartments are vast in terms of square metres, but the space isn't especially well thought out--there's a lovely and distinctive room, for example, the old ice room, but it's not furnished in such a way that you can actually use it. The apartment might work well for a family (there are two single bedrooms, as well as the double one), and that would presumably make it good value, but I'm not sure it really works for a couple. It isn't furnished in a way that enhances the space, either--it's all a bit 'hand me down,' as if an elderly relative had lent you their flat.
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Hotels Near Piazza Leon Battista Alberti In Mantova Review

4.5/510 Reviews
Stayed at the residence for one night - service was very good the room is spacious and comfortable the bathroom large and the main selling point - the location - is perfect. Immediately near the duomo and the main sites and close to loads of restaurants in this enchanting town .. breakfast was basic but good and the place super clean .. could have done with a larger tv but no big deal- recommended
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4.5/510 Reviews
There's a lot to like about this guest house (it can't be called a hotel), particularly its location. It's very close to the historic centre of Mantua, which is completely glorious, and to all the main sights. It's also undeniably very interesting to spend a night or two in a historic building of this kind. We had the enormous, vaulted cellar apartment, and it's an unusual and evocative space. Having said all that, however, I'm not sure we would rush back here. Reviews from 2018 talk with enthusiasm of the breakfast provided in the apartments, but the management has clearly decided to suspend that service, so that you have to go out and forage for breakfast in local cafes. That's fine if you're happy with the classic Italian breakfast of coffee and brioche, but not so great if you aren't. Also, although the apartments are advertised as having kitchens, that's a little misleading. (I had envisaged it as a kind of aparthotel from the description.) Our apartment had a very underpowered fridge, a kettle, and an espresso maker (with a rather ungenerous two pods). There's a hob and various empty cupboards, but there are no plates or cutlery. There's a sign saying that, if you want to use the kitchen, you should contact the management, but that seems rather a hassle if you are only there for a couple of nights. There wasn't too much sign of the free local parking listed on the site I booked from, either. The choice seemed to be either highly competitive metered street parking or a multi-storey a few blocks away. I wasn't sure that the romance of living in a historic building--or even the great location--fully compensated for all these inconveniences. The apartments are vast in terms of square metres, but the space isn't especially well thought out--there's a lovely and distinctive room, for example, the old ice room, but it's not furnished in such a way that you can actually use it. The apartment might work well for a family (there are two single bedrooms, as well as the double one), and that would presumably make it good value, but I'm not sure it really works for a couple. It isn't furnished in a way that enhances the space, either--it's all a bit 'hand me down,' as if an elderly relative had lent you their flat.
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FromUS$235
4.9/512 Reviews
Very good, there is no net
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FromUS$92
4.4/510 Reviews
Hotel was ok but not sure it honestly deserves to be #1 in Mantova as rated by TripAdvisor. Either the competitor hotels are quite poor or , sad to say, perhaps casa poli stuffs the TripAdvisor good reviews. My experience with a 3 night stay was ok but not great. For a 4 star hotel, much was lacking. Rooms had no bathrobes, no slippers, no hot water kettle, no washcloths, plastic glasses instead of glass (good quality plastic but still plastic), shampoo and bath gel but no conditioner or lotion provided. All things I would expect in a 4 star boutique hotel for $150 a night in a second tier town. (Not to disparage mantova which is a lovely town but doesn’t warrant the hotel rates of Milan or Rome). I thought there were no blackout shades and suffered with sunlight for the first 3 mornings but when straightening the room for checkout I realized there was a tab on the window to pull down a shade. One nice feature is that on checkin someone accompanies you to the room to show you how to use the key. Would be helpful if he also pointed out the blackout curtain and how to use the heat. I could never figure that out either, suffering with either too much cold or heat. I was happy to see a safety box in the room, as virtually all 4 star hotel rooms provide, however the small size of this box was a joke. Couldn’t fit in an iPad let alone a laptop. Barely fit my wallet and jewelry. Why bother, really. Rooms noisy, voices carried from hall. Mini refrigerator provided with their products to sell and an irritating large sign advising guests NOT to put their personal food or drinks in the refrigerator, ,,, really??? Do they think that creates good will? On the plus side: lighting very good, rooms clean and a plug on each side of the bed. Strong wifi. Lastly, some of the staff needs tutoring in how to speak to guests. At breakfast a blond staff member screamed at me in Italian for I don’t know that. When I asked if she spoke English she walked away in a huff. I suggested to another female front desk staff member to post for other guests a great nearly Pizza snack place that other guests might like she told me that Italian guests aren’t interested in snacks, they want full meals. When I suggested it to another front desk staff member she told me she’s not allowed to play favoritism to one restaurant over another. When I pointed out that they hand out a recommendation sheet of area restaurants, she just stared at me. Ok! By the way, the pizza place is called papillon. It is 5 minute walk up via Trieste. Open evenings from 5:30, no lunch. Takeout or eat in. Just ask if u want it heated up. Very high quality, run by a lovely couple. Lots of choices including vegetarian. Stunning and delicious “pizza”. I highly recommend papillon, but unfortunately not Casa Poli at this time. Sorry, I wanted to love it.
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4.4/510 Reviews
We're really happy to have chosen for this stay in Mantova/Mantua. We slept like a rose in the comfortable beds, a lot of choices for breakfast, certainly in Italy, easy to check in (with a code if there is no one present) and most of all a very friendly innkeeper, Stefano! From the 6 Porte Guesthouse you can easily drive a few minutes to the Campo Canoa Parking (where a free shuttle brings you to the city during the working hours) and visit Mantova/Mantua. Don't forget that the historical centre has limited access zones for cars. Really recommend this guesthouse, and Mantova is really worth a visit because of its unique historical look and feel.
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4.6/510 Reviews
The location is in an alley, opposite the downstairs is a restaurant, and left the train station for ten minutes. The room is large, not bad, with kitchen and tableware and some materials to do. The boss is very nice, very careful and enthusiastic to recommend the place to play. The city of Mantua is small and quiet. Come to the Duke's Mansion to see the paintings of Mantania. There are very few people in this city, very leisurely, and many shops here have not opened the door. It is a little bit of breakfast, not enough to eat, and it is suspected that the Mantua meal is so small. A small cup of coffee, two small bread snacks. What makes people depressed is that the homeowner recommends the restaurant that is delicious downstairs. It is said that it is very good to cook fish. Feeling being pitted, maybe the female boss thought we were Chinese. He gave us a recommended 18-euro package, muttered a lot of words, said what fish had, and finally two pastas. There are half of the fresh lobsters in each pasta dish. I am not eating enough. This is 36 yuan. Finally I received a tip of 5 yuan, which makes me feel a little disappointed with the city. 40 Euro is just two pastas, a fresh lobster, and a tip in Rome is 12%. The hotel in Mantua is a bit more, although it is a tourist city, it makes me feel better than Florence. It is much more expensive. The place to live is not bad, but the restaurant downstairs is not recommended. Fortunately, I saw the comfort of Mantania's paintings.
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5/511 Reviews
Good breakfast, very close to the station, very convenient, the extra bed does not know, the parking lot does not know
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FromUS$71
4/510 Reviews
This is a lot better than one’s initial impression might indicate. The reception staff were welcoming and helpful. The room was good - clean and warm. Very comfortable bed. Quiet - I slept like a log. It is just over the road from the station and a ten minute walk from the centre.
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FromUS$56
4/510 Reviews
The Hotel was very well equipped for a large group, we were 26. They could even organize a dinner, local delicacies, at a short notice. The rooms were pleasant, at the main square. We were on the fourth floor, no noise. The only challenge for some were a small lift, and still you might need to take a few steps down or up to reach your room. The bus driver could take us by the lake, behind Palazzo Ducale, and we needed to drag the luggage across the cobbled square. This, however, is a challenge in most historic towns, you cannot drive with a big vehicle to the door. On our way back the hotel receptionist was able to call a taxi to drive some of the ladies who had trouble with the luggage. Excellent location for the sights.
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FromUS$73
4.2/510 Reviews
I spent 5 nights here and was very happy with my choice of hotel. The Residenza Accademia is an annexe of the Hotel dei Gonzagi, which is about 50 meters away. One goes to the reception to check in and out and deal with any enquiries. It is cleary a very well run hotel. The staff are very pleasant and helpful. Breakfast is the main hotel and was good. The residence is very pleasant. My room was very well furnished and equipped and spotlessly clean. Everything worked perfectly. My room had a view of the small inside courtyard. Might have been nice to have a view of the city, but perhaps other rooms do. The location is excellent right in the city center. Overall this was an excellent choice and excellent value for money, even in the middle of the high season. I had booked for 5 nights at the non-refundable rate, but when I had to change my dates, arriving one and leaving one day later, the hotel changed my dates, without any extra charge. I though this was a very nice gesture, Much appreciated. Overall, this is an excellent choice of hotel in the lovely city of Mantua. It is not a luxury hotel, but comfortable, functional and good value.
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3.7/510 Reviews
This is one of several hotels in Manua owned by the same family and their experience in hostelry shows. Not a chain or a franschise, but a little quirky in layout and design. The place is clean, well-run (easy to check in and out), and maintained at a high level even though the property is older. Our room had excellent airconditioning and windows that closed well to keep out thelight, heat and the noise of an Italian city on a summer evening. There is a locked courtyard where you can park (for a fee) but SUV owners beware, the gate is narrow. Pets accepted, English spoken and a short walk to downtown.
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4.2/510 Reviews
Ca' Tazzoli is a sort of annex of Hotel dei Gonzaga and they share most amenities such as front desk, restaurant, cleaning etc. I believe that Ca' Tazzoli is a bit cheaper, but I am not sure. Ca' Tazzoli is an old building built on a square around a central atrium that serves as a common seating area that is not used very often. The rooms are situated on three floors around the atrium. My room was clean and adequate for my needs. I was back in Mantua on business for a couple of weeks and stayed here for one of those weeks because I needed to spend most of my time alone and uninterrupted. That was all fine. I had a desk and generally good WiFi. Here is where one of the irritants of the place came into play, however. When you check in they give you your own ID and password for WiFi. I was staying for a week, but the clerk gave me a password for only 3 days and told me I had to come back for another in 3 days. It ran out right in the middle of doing business, which was annoying because I had to walk to the front desk (about a block) and get another. The clerk at the time could not understand why I had a password for only 3 days and gave me another for 7 without a problem, and was puzzled as to why I had been given only 3 days in the first place. My general conjecture, based on other experiences, is that some of the desk staff are more competent/knowledgeable than others. They were all friendly and polite (even putting up with my bad Italian), but not always helpful. I drink yerba mate day and night, and for that I need a supply of hot water. The desk clerk who showed me the room at the beginning of my stay told me to use the hot water tap! Really? You use the hot water tap to make tea? She then told me that I could get hot water from the restaurant (when it is open). That worked, although it meant I was limited in the hours I could get hot water. Eventually I asked if they had an electric kettle. Nope. Never heard of such a thing. Also, my room was cold at night by my standards and there was no way that I could get heat. I used extra blankets for sleeping, and they suggested I move to a room on a higher floor because they are a bit warmer (heat rises). I declined, not wanting to waste my time on what would probably be wasted effort. This meant I had to wear a coat at night when talking to partners in Asia and the US. The desk clerk also sent me on a wild goose chase for a full service laundry -- sending me first to a dry cleaners'. To be fair, full service laundries do not exist in Mantua; you have to use self service laundromats. I did not know this because when I lived there I had a washing machine. I know this part of Mantua very well because I used to live on the other side of piazza Sordello for 2 years. It's central enough for just about anything tourists want to see. No more than a 15 minute walk will get you pretty much anywhere in centro. You can spit and hit the duomo and palazzo ducale, there is a market each Thursday on piazza Sorde
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4.4/510 Reviews
Incessant noise from very busy road made our stay unbearable, and all the rooms are on the front. The owners haven't put double glazing in, nor have they blacked out the skylight. The communal areas are fine, even excellent, though our room was tired, dowdy and small. We had to leave after the first night even though we had booked a second, it was that bad. Avoid.
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