I was really stuck by how proactive the staff was about guiding guests to attractions, activities and great restaurants (including making reservations). All rooms, some of them astoundingly large, are away from the incessant noise of the street and some have neo-classical frescoes. Wi-fi, safe and air conditioning are included in the price, as is the especially nice breakfast buffet, with various coffees, cereals, yogurt, ham cheese, and cake. A computer is available for those not carrying wi-fi equipped devices. The property was a monastery in the 15th century, which, unfortunately, means there’s no elevator.
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