This hotel is a bit of a mixed bag. The location is good in that it’s easy to reach by car and you also have some buses going along the street below. However, Macerata’s old city is a bit away if you’re walking. The building itself is older. That’s very apparent in the state of the elevators and the locks.
The room is spacious. However, the decor is stuck in somewhere in the 80s. The mattress and the pillows are thin, while the bed is big. There is a fridge, which isn’t that common in Italy. No tea service though. There is air conditioning, but it was really loud. I decided to open the window. While I did hear cars from the road, it was better. My bathroom was a vibrant yellow. Not very appealing. The toilet and the bidet were strangely high. I’m a regular sized woman, and my feet didn’t touch the ground.
Breakfast was the usual for Italy. Lots of sweets and not a lot of savoury. I could ask for soy milk from the waitress, who was lovely by the way. All the staff were nice.
Overall, this wouldn’t be a bad hotel, but the rooms need an update badly. Most of the visitors were Italian, so they don’t need to expand on the breakfast offerings. For a detailed, visual review and room tips, check out my video on my YouTube channel, Izzy’s Travel Diaries. less