This hotel is not 'Modern' at all as stated in the description. The rooms have not been touched... See full review
Dec 21, 2010
This is a very pleasant, modern hotel. Though not part of a world wide chain it has many of the attributes and a similar style of just such a hotel. The hotel is decorated and furbished to a good standard and is very comforable. The position too is very good, with easy acces to the pedestrianized area of the town.( MZ 03.12.03) This is a tall modern structure, 5 floors high, including the ground floor and constructed in light brick and stone. This hotel is located on the edge of the pedestrian area, not far from the arch of Augustus and the Pretorian gate.
The interior decoration in the bedrooms follow the same idea richly coloured upholstery with lighter, pastel wall colours. The furnishing is of a high standard; new, but traditional in style.
24 hour room service
Car rental desk
RV or truck parking
Citta Di Torino Airport.
The restaurant too, tends to follow the same sort of feel., but on the whole looks a little more modern, with a greater use of Polished metals and glass. The tables are mainly twin tables with whicker chairs.
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This hotel is not 'Modern' at all as stated in the description. The rooms have not been touched since the 70's and there are no modern amenities at all. TV's in rooms only have Italian channels (No SKY or BBC etc). The heating is garbage and noisy
if it works ! There is no wifi / internet in the rooms and that is only available 'at an overpriced cost' in the actual reception ! This is ok if you don't mind putting up with people shouting in reception while you may be speaking to a business client catching up with work. The hotel has NO PARKING. They will guide you to a underground chargeable Car Park down the road.
The place is 'ZERO' friendly for disabled people or parents with children as there are no ramps. The staff will just stare at you from reception struggling getting into the actual hotel with a child in a push chair without assistance, only to have to climb even more stairs to reach an elevator. The breakfast is dull, basic & boring consisting of Stale bread, tasteless cheese, ham, little jams you find in Holiday Inns, yogurt and cheap cereals. Pretty abysmal breakfast if you plan on tackling the Alps later, After 3 days you will be sick of it. The only good side to the hotel is the location which is in the centre of Aosta, a picturesque but boring town that has nothing to offer but great skiing. Conclusion, if you're going skiing look at the hotels in the mountains. There are some beauties that cost far cheaper with sauna, jacuzzi spa, car park, wifi and a stones' throw from the pistes.