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My husband and I booked a private room for two nights at Affittacamere Rossana. The location near the train station was good but that is about it. The bed was very hard and the pillows were like rocks. We paid for a private bathroom -...More
At first the resident manager seemed friendly enough. The building and room weren't horrible for a budget hotel, but they weren't particularly nice either. When we entered the room, the table had a half-empty water bottle and a carafe of old coffee with a layer...More
USD 51 - USD 115 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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