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6 Apr. - 7 Apr.
We had a great stay here. My husband , 8 year old daughter and I spent three nights in February. Murano is beautiful and peaceful - plenty of restaurants and it is engaging, with its beautiful glass craft. We were transferred free of charge from the airport to the hotel by boat. The Hyatt also provided ...
5 Apr. - 6 Apr.
Very friendly staff and location was within walking distance to the train station but very quiet. Hotel was very lovely with nice breakfast buffet that included lots of variety. The area around the back of the hotel is great for picnics and peaceful walks. We really enjoyed staying here. We had the ...
2 Apr. - 3 Apr.
Loved that we could get to the airport right from the Hotel through the tunnel and our bell gentleman went out of his way to actually walk us to our airline. Yhat was the best!
2 Apr. - 3 Apr.
We didn’t stay at the property they have another building which was a little confusing as it is blocks away from the actual hotel. Had to walk with luggage 2 to 3 blocks, wish they had a car provided to transfer people with luggage’s. Otherwise this is a clean hotel and in a perfect location.
16 Apr. - 17 Apr.
Location was great. Unfortunately the extremely slow service affected the experience. I would suggest ensuring all stations are used for checking people in and handling questions from guests. Having to queue for over 10mins to get a new key card is frustrating. Good selection of food at breakfast. ...
Italy is a country with an amazing history. It was once a land ruled by mighty Roman emperors. In the not-too-distant past, it was home to some of the world’s greatest painters, sculptors, explorers, and architects during the Renaissance. Today, this boot-shaped country on the Mediterranean Sea still has much to offer, from high fashion in Milan and unbeatable skiing in the Alps, to delicious wines in Napa, romance in Venice, and holiness in Vatican City. If you are itching to book a flight to Italy, your biggest challenge will be deciding which must-see city to visit first.
It’s never a bad time to visit Italy, but temperatures are at their most comfortable between April and June. July and September are peak tourist months, so expect to see more crowds during this time. Be aware that seemingly all of Italy shuts down and goes on holiday during the month of August as locals tend to go on holidays of their own.
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Rome's landscape is dominated by breathtaking art and architecture across seven hills. Atop Capitoline Hill, bustling Piazza del Campidoglio is a fitting start to a Roman adventure. Surrounded by stunning basilica Santa Maria in Aracoeli and entrancing museums, the piazza is a 15-minute walk from Rome's ancient Colosseum. Other notable landmarks, fountains, ruins and museums are scattered around Rome and are easily accessed via train or public bus. Lodging in Rome is abundant and varied, with the best Italy hotel deals available at three- and four-star properties during winter and summer months.
The world's preeminent fashion scene is north of Rome in cosmopolitan Milan. Top boutiques, galleries, and shops fill Milan's Fashion Quadrangle between Duomo, San Babila, and Cavour Squares. Duomo Square is the heart of the city and the home of the iconic Gothic white marble Duomo cathedral and the 18th-century Royal Palace.
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