Reviews: Anonymous

Liljeholmens stadshotell

Stockholm, Sweden
74%

The hotel is not across the train station's elevator as mentioned in the directions - rather, it is up a very very steep hill from the elevator.

  • 3rd Sep 2012
  • Novice Nomad
  • South Africa
  • Female, 25-30
  • (7 reviews)


Gladios

Rome, Italy
93%

Gladios is a bed and breakfast - we didn't realise until we got there and he gave us vouchers for cappuccino and cornettos (croissants) for the coffee shop downstairs. This was a real treat for us. But besides that, this was a very nice place to stay, the hotel is newly renovated. Friendly staff, close to the train station, although a little bit far to walk to all the main sights in Rome (not that it stopped us, but next time I'll try to figure out the bus system)


Hotel Regina

Palermo, Italy
93%

Hotel Regina is a very charming, old-fashioned little hotel and we really enjoyed our stay. Even though there was a bit of a language gap between us (english) and some of the staff (italian), this did not deter them from going out of their way to help us and make sure we are happy.


6 small rooms

Naples, Italy
87%

The main thing wrong with 6 small rooms is that it is in Naples, not a town that I would return to. But the hostel was a lovely place to come home to each evening, with really helpful and friendly staff. We stayed in the spacious double room and it really was very spacious.


Le Fonti di Pescaia

Siena, Italy
90%

A beautiful little hotel just outside Siena's town walls, with a pretty little garden and a charming room. We were only there for one night but I would definitely stay there again. Friendly and accommodating staff.


Noble Art Hostel

Florence, Italy
90%

Everything is just "bene bene bene" ("good, good, good") with the owner of this hostel, which is situated in a lovely little nook very close to everything we wanted to see and do in Florence. Very basic room, cleaned every day and the friendliest, warmest staff.


Venice Ormesini

Venice, Italy
20%

After three hours of running around with all our luggage, getting lost, phoning the guy to find him, waiting in the cold in front of his hostel, in general trying to get booked in, he told us (over the phone) that he was tired and at home, he's not checking us in. This was just after nine on a Saturday night. Luckily, we found a room in Hotel Biasin which was just great, you\'ll find them here: http://www.freereservation.com/en/hotel_venice/Hotel_Marte_e_Biasin/