This is a nice, clean, comfortable hotel. The rooms are a little on the small side but adequate for a few nights stay. The shower was powerful and linen was changed during our 2 night stay.
The room was very warm even in November and opening the window meant I didn’t sleep well as the traffic outside created noise all through the night. There was an air conditioning unit but it blew hot air whilst on the cold setting (this may have been user error and as it was our last night I didn’t seek any assistance).
The staff are friendly and helpful, they booked us taxis and advised us regarding our trip to see Juventus at the Allianz.
There isn’t a lot in the immediate vicinity of the hotel, the main centre is the other side of the train station which is a little bit sketchy. We saw homeless and soliciting whilst passing which was a little intimidating.
The breakfast was decent, a choice of cereal, pastries, fruit, waffles, meats, cheese, bread, youghurt, bacon and eggs with coffee, juice and tea also available.
All in all, I would recommend this hotel.More