Casa Martini0.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Nobody was there when we checked in. The hotel was very difficult to find and down an alley way. Our first room #23 had mold all over the bathroom. The second room #11 was leaking water from the ceiling. They told us breakfast was included and then charged us $30euro for two people.
We enjoyed this hotel at the end of our honeymoon. It was a perfect location to walk through the streets for shopping and a short walk to the tourist area. A LOT of great restaurants just downstairs. It is more you are on your own with the desk clerk. Very nice, but truly only there to check you in. Would definitely return:)
The hotel doesn't have an entrance on the main street, it's in an alley on one side of the building, and no matter if you have a key, you have to ring the intercom. Then the fun starts. You will wait about 30-40 seconds for the door to open. It's mechanically done, creepy, noisy, and awkward. After that, there is no way to close it, so if you are like us and want to see nothing is coming in after you, you have to wait another minute or so for the door to close. Overall it's an outdated, poorly thought out place with hard beds, and terrible electrical wiring/ layout. Our room had a mysterious cabinet with a key hanging out of it that was impossible to open. A lot of the doors and wood had scratches on it. The bathroom had ridiculously low mirror that even a hunchback would have to hunch down to use. The shades wouldn't close all of the way, and our room would randomly smell like Marijuana.