Alexander Museum Palace Hotel4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
This hotel was well priced, clean and friendly. The locations was wonderful. The beach was nice and the infinity pool was spectacular. The artwork was unique to put it mildly however it certainly made for interesting conversation. I would recommend this hotel highly although I'm not sure and would like to explain some of the artwork to any child. The only negative was that Internet did not work
Spent a week there in the end of July. The rooms are very unique - each nicely painted. Being there seems like being in a painting. The rooms get well-cleaned on a daily basis. The breakfast is very rich - you can choose from various types of breads, pastries, cakes, fruits and they have amazing croissants. They provide with wifi, yet it's very slow compared to other hotels also we had trouble using the tv. There's a garage under the hotel, which you should consider using, because you have to pay for parking everywhere else. The swimming pools are nice and clean - one on the top of the building, one on the ground floor. They have a beach area with sunshades, yet you have to pay for them, they aren't included in your stay. It's a nice walk from the main square of the city/town where they usually have concerts everyday - at least when we were there. Enjoyed the stay.
The entrance hall leads you to a modern art exhibition more than to a classic hotel reception. I was impresed by the light and the relaxing environment. My room was sea view on the 3rd floor with an OPEN view on the horizon. Rooms and furniture are expressly vintage but refurbished by artists. Outside there are beach volley and tennis courts right on the beach. The hotel is the very first on the water front coming from south so i did not have the impression to be squeezed in the madding crowd of the riviera hotels. The train line runs not very far away from the hotel and for rooms not facing the beach I guess that could be an inconvenient. Buffet Breakfast and the possibility to have dinner at the hotel is are not the least an appreciable plus. Will definitely consider to return.
This hotel, right on the beach of the Pesaro Adriatic was truly top notch! The registration was professional and helpful. Thanks to Sergio and Andrea. The forever pool is clear and refreshing. (Anyone who says the sun is blocked by the building must not have been there last week of August.) The breakfast is a smorgasbord of about everything you could immagine--Fruit, breads, pastries, cereals, meats, cheeses, juices, quiche, etc. Great cappuccino. I like the Conte's collection of artworks--it adds character. Rooms were cozy but not crowded. Cleaned spotless every day. Definitely a four-star gem! I'll be back!
Helpful staff, nice food in the restaurant for the evening meal. Pool is always in shade due to the design of the hotel, noise travels easily in the hotel & rooms (can hear your neighbour's more than you would like) Housekeeping starts early, no chance of a lie in & if you dont have your room cleaned before 11am it wont be! Questionable 4 star
OK, difficult to find the right words. This hotel should be a 4 stared art hotel, one of the top ten in Europe. I can't approve this. The art placed around the places and the rooms resemble a art repository. It is difficult to determine art of quality when its positioned together with other stuff - not art, sometimes even to nice pieces together but they have not the necessary space to stand out. I think LESS is MORE. The rooms as also fully loaded with "Art". Some rooms are sometimes more depressive than nice. And forgive me for a 4 star hotel to small with only showers in a small bathroom. The TV is nowadays a bit small and obsolete. Of course the hotel is for sure fine in a good location. The views from the top terrace are marvelous, but only only for the shore view, forget the other side, even don't look there. The staff is friendly and breakfast table is well supplied. There is a great selection of sweets and fruits. Just to explain I'm working with artists and I have visited many places and gallerys worldwide, try to give more space to the art, don't mess all the pictures and sculptures together. Many of them have superior quality. Let them stand out.
The hotel was the last along the stretch of beach in Pesaro. Easy to find. We parked out front and it did not cost us anything, but we were off season. Friendly welcome at desk. Room was quite a different design to be sure. Not particularly nice looking, but it is an art hotel so it is the luck of the draw. Our room had a good view of beach. Washroom was clean. Good bed and strong and hot shower. Hairdryer was fine. Internet was slower than most hotels but still worked. Girl at front desk helped us to find a place to eat for dinner. We did not eat here. We did not have the breakfast either but you can dd it to you rom for 8euro per person if you like. Conceptually the idea of the multi artist designed room is a good one. However, I think the artists should have been chosen a little better. WE appreciated the art, some of it. But some of it just doesn't seem to work. The big negative was, and let me stress here that we LOVE animals and dogs, but this is a pet friendly hotel. Which is fine if the owners know how to control their pets, But on our stay, an owner left their dog in the room while the went for dinner (we think) and it barked for 3 hours straight, until we finally left and went out. Then at 6:45 am a dog was barking constantly for at least an hour. Also the elevator smelled like wet dogs. Once again, we love dogs (one of us worked at a veterinary) but be aware that one bad pet owner on your floor (or near your room) could mean your stay is a bad one and you don't get any sleep. And it's not the dog's fault.
Typical Italian Adrian cost hotel, that should be actually valued during the summer holiday season. I was there for only one night on a business trip in February, instead. But the fact that it was clean, had a well working wifi, the service desk people were extremely friendly and helpful, the sunrise on the beachfront was spectacular, plus the originality of the art pieces everywhere in the hotel and within the rooms.....well, it all contribute to rise my evaluation of what otherwise would have been a pretty average stay.
We stayed here 1 night on a 14 night trip in Italy. We knew it would be a bit odd, and it was to say the least. We were glad we got an all white room and not one of the creepy ones. We are not modern art lovers and should have realized that it was not the place for us. It was clean. Staff was ok... Not extremely happy to take food orders or to help. No one to help with our bags. We normally stay in 5 star hotels, so maybe this was all just the shock of a 3 star hotel. Nothing terrible. Just not what we are used to. Though it was not a five star $800/night we still expected a little more for a hotel that is $200/night. We did like the location. Just a quick walk to local restaurants and bars. We wouldn't stay here again though. We did also like that we had a corner room and all the windows opened up. We slept with the windows open listening to the ocean, which was nice.
Decent 4* hotel with very specific art design each room has a different theme with lits of art exhibits. Room was spacy, Clean, v good a/c and had a small balcony with seaview. Small drawback is the erratic wifi connection which goes on and off as well as tv where only a few channels were working. Breakfast good selection of sweets and fruits. 10 mins walk to centre of lungomare. All in all ok
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Outdoor pool
- Business center
Alexander Museum Palace Hotel places you within a short walk of Rocca Costanza Pesaro and within a mile (2 km) of Ducale Palace. This 4-star hotel welcomes guests with 63 rooms and conveniences like an outdoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and a conference center. It's on the beach and also close to Teatro Rossini and Almerici Palace.
Enjoy dining at the hotel's 2 onsite restaurants: Manico Mio offers relaxing ocean views; Taverna Dell Arte specializes in Italian cuisine. Satisfy your hunger without leaving your room with room service, or quench your thirst with a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café. For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee.
Alexander Museum Palace Hotel's 63 rooms are individually decorated and provide minibars, safes, and phones. Guests can expect LCD TVs with digital channels, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries, and beds sport down comforters. Desks are also available.
At Alexander Museum Palace Hotel, guests have access to an outdoor pool, free WiFi in public areas, and a conference center. Self parking is offered for EUR 8-20 per night. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this beach hotel include a business center, a seasonal outdoor pool, and coffee/tea in a common area.
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68% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 403 reviews