Via Adalberto Libera, Trento, Trentino Alto Adige, Italy
"We stayed here before when it had just opened and we were upgraded to a large superior room with balcony. This time we were not so lucky but this is a very nice hotel set in a newly built area alongside the university library, private flats, shops, offices, cafes/restaurants and a large playing field underneath which is a large car-park. The room contained two large single beds together, safe, fridge, full length mirror, desk, easy chair, comfortable desk chair, kettle with tea and coffee, hairdryer with nozzle. The ensuite had a walk-in shower with two shower heads, and shampoo, shower gel and tissues were provided. The mattresses were rather firm and a couple of towels were frayed. The policy of leaving the fridge 'off' when out and 'on' when in is mis-guided as the contents of the fridge never have time to chill. The breakfast is very good, a wide range of everything you would expect. The town is about fifteen minutes walk away. It is a small town but has lots going on which you can observe from the cafes etc around the edge of the attractive central piazza which has a fountain, and the cathedral. There are other sights to see which can easily be accomplished. We would have no hesitation in choosing this hotel again."
"It's a bit of a walk into town but well worth it if you're able to. Value for money wise it was one of the best on a long trip through Italy. And they naturally upgraded us as the room was available rather than hold on to it. Service was exceptional at reception, and very good at breakfast. The room was well appointed and the bed was enormous! And extrememly comfortable. Great views, very quiet, good aircon or you could open the balcony window. Literally I have no complaints about this hotel. I will definitely use it again on a return journey."
"Located in the new university district this is a new modern hotel that has everything you need for a short stay. Immaculately clean, helpful and friendly staff, secure underground parking and a gym. It is a 10-15 minute walk into town, mostly traffic free. Although everything is very new in the area there are already a couple of restaurants and no doubt more to follow. \i'd happily stay there again if stopping at Trento."