0.48km from The London SchoolWe had an awful bnb that we walked out of in nearby Carasco, and Monte Rosa was the first hotel we stumbled across in our search for an alternative. When you need a place to lay your head, urgently, in a strange town, when you can’t access the internet to search, you grab what you can. I’m surprised Monte Rosa has survived as long as it has because it is incredibly difficult to access. You turn off a street, into a tiny Piazza, into a short narrow but two-way lane (and someone will have to backup if there’s another car coming), do a sharp right-hand turn (carefully) followed soon after by a sharp left-hand turn into a one-way street, and hope like heck to find a temporary park while you check-in. And hope they have a spare space for you, because they don’t always. So for it to be so popular despite this, it must be good, and it is. The front desk is usually an indicator, and the two people who greeted us were very pleasant and welcoming, and yes a room was available, and yes they could accommodate our car too, at extra cost of course. And did sir require an extra large bed? (I am 196cm tall). Yes please! In the circumstances, as explained above, we couldn’t really argue about the cost, Euros 165 plus parking, but including breakfast. The room was very nice, the bed also. Breakfast next morning was very good, served in a specific restaurant for the purpose (they have a dinner restaurant as well). Most tastes were catered for, the staff were pleasant and efficient, and the décor was fresh. The different staff on duty for checkout were equally pleasant and helpful. The hotel is very centrally located, and there are lots of laneways around it, with cafes and restaurants. We had a nice stay and a good sleep.