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Absolutely the worst hotel we have ever stayed in. Staff are rude, food is awful, rooms look like they haven’t been updated in 40 years! Shower was broke, no plug in the bath, toilet was constantly running, toilet wouldn’t flush properly and to top it...More
Stayed at Consul for about 4 nights, had a pleasant stay. The staff were lovely. The daily breakfast is good if you have a sweet tooth (I don't). The rooms are good, tidy and have access to balconies. The hotel is close to shops and...More
Was a bit worried but it wasn’t as bad as some of the reviews.
It is an old hotel that needs a lick of paint and the lift is small and a bit shaky.
The room was large and clean, the towels were changed every...More
Actually this is the first time I write a review about hotel. I’ve been there with my little daughter for three nights and in my life experience that was the worst hotel ever. The rooms are so small , old and the air condition was...More
Where to start. The room was like a prison cell, no English TV, ripped wallpaper and no where to sit out and enjoy the weather! Receptionists are not helpful at all! Asked to buy food from the hotel however was told there was no card...More
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The Vesuvius is not in Rome.There are day trips from Rome to Napoli and Pompei to take you there.The cost is around 150 euro per person. The Colosseum is 5 or 6 km away from the hotel. Local buses are available to take you... More
The Vesuvius is not in Rome.There are day trips from Rome to Napoli and Pompei to take you there.The cost is around 150 euro per person. The Colosseum is 5 or 6 km away from the hotel. Local buses are available to take you to all major points of interest.