Papillo Hotels And Resorts -Roma

The Papillo Hotel is very hard to find. The GPS device on my iPhone would change the road if I gave the address. We spent an hour looking for it from the highway and even had to stop and ask for directions after calling the hotel for more clear directions. When we finally arrived, we found the rooms huge for a European hotel. Nice king size bed and a large bathroom. Very clean, modern and very comfortable accommodation. It can be a bit noisy through the highway, but it did not bother us. When we tried to check in the morning, we were told the system was on and to enjoy breakfast and it came back on. We were on the 2nd floor for breakfast and found that there was no food or coffee left. We had some dry cornflakes. When my friend let Papillo Hotels And Resorts - Roma staff know they were out of coffee, he was told that breakfast was for a tour & that our breakfast was not ready and I would not be there until 7:30. We were told the breakfast was at 7 when we checked in and we had to get in for the flight. When we complained about it at the front desk, because finally checking out, they offered us a piece of fruit. This place is very chaotic but the accommodation was extremely comfortable after a 1 week tour of Italy. The price was the cheapest hotel we stayed in all week, free parking, and despite the problems would probably stay here again. Very close and very convenient to the airport if you are traveling by car.

Unforgettable stay at Hotel Stoweflake Mountain Resort&Spa

This was my first trip to Stowe, VT actually to Vermont. I was here on a business trip to attend a conference. From the moment I arrived to check out, the stoweflake staff took care of everything. Here are a few examples: First 

I came late the first night after the kitchen was closed and Diana at the front desk called the chief anyway, to see if she could set a table. The chief said yes and made me a beautiful, delicious salad. 

Secondly, since their spa is highly recommended, I had two services one with Danielle and another with Wendy. The two ladies were fantastic, not just with the service they provided, but they were both very dedicated and fun. 

Third, at the conference event, the breakfast made for attendees was exceptionally good. The food was in buffet style, but it did not taste like ""buffet."" It was much better. 

The room was very nice and comfortable. It even had a fireplace. I really liked the toiletries. They were a spa brand (can not remember the name), but it smelled really good. 

Funny fact: I am a longtime Keurig fan. I did not know that Keurig Green Mountain was their corporate headquarters in the city. In my stoweflake room, I had a Keurig machine.

I do not have enough. There is so much more to do in Hotel Stoweflake Mountain Resort&Spa, I had not enough time to enjoy. I hope next year I will stay there for more nights. 

Thanks to your staff for the the great visit!

 

Hotel in London


Tips for travelers to Hotel Ibis Styles London Kensington

No matter your reason for visiting, London has something for everyone. Shopaholics will either find their happiness on Oxford High Street at Harrods or for a more bazaar-like atmosphere at one of the open-air markets such as Portobello Road Market and Camden Market. Families will enjoy the London Zoo and the many city parks including Regent's Park and Kensington Gardens. Additionally, Shakespeare fans can take in a show at the Globe Theatre, one of London's main attractions and the most well-known theater.While the British Museum holds Egyptian mummies, Parthenon sculptures and the famous Rosetta Stone, you can catch a glimpse of master's works--from Botticelli and Da Vinci to Renoir and Van Gogh at London's National Gallery. Every day at 11:30 AM, the Queen's Guard changes at Buckingham Palace, a ceremonial ritual lasting about 45 minutes. However, be aware that when it is pouring rain, they don't make a guard stand outside the palace. Madame Tussauds Wax Museum is a must-see when visiting London. Where else could you see a lifelike wax statue of Shakespeare and Lady Gaga under the same roof?


• Leave a tip amounting to 10 and 15 percent of the bill when dining out. Tipping is not required in London pubs.

• Save a lot of pounds on taxi fare by taking the Tube around the city.

• The slang term for pounds is "quid".

• If you order "fish and chips", you'll get fried cod and American-style French fries. Order "bangers and mash" and you'll get a plateful of mashed potatoes and sausage.

London, United Kingdom - my first impression

No matter your reason for visiting, London has something for everyone. Shopaholics will either find their happiness on Oxford High Street at Harrods or for a more bazaar-like atmosphere at one of the open-air markets such as Portobello Road Market and Camden Market. Families will enjoy the London Zoo and the many city parks including Regent's Park and Kensington Gardens. Additionally, Shakespeare fans can take in a show at the Globe Theatre, one of London's main attractions and the most well-known theater.While the British Museum holds Egyptian mummies, Parthenon sculptures and the famous Rosetta Stone, you can catch a glimpse of master's works--from Botticelli and Da Vinci to Renoir and Van Gogh at London's National Gallery. Every day at 11:30 AM, the Queen's Guard changes at Buckingham Palace, a ceremonial ritual lasting about 45 minutes. However, be aware that when it is pouring rain, they don't make a guard stand outside the palace. Madame Tussauds Wax Museum is a must-see when visiting London. Where else could you see a lifelike wax statue of Shakespeare and Lady Gaga under the same roof?

Tips for travelers

• Leave a tip amounting to 10 and 15 percent of the bill when dining out. Tipping is not required in London pubs.

• Save a lot of pounds on taxi fare by taking the Tube around the city.

• The slang term for pounds is "quid".

• If you order "fish and chips", you'll get fried cod and American-style French fries. Order "bangers and mash" and you'll get a plateful of mashed potatoes and sausage.


Looking for a great hotel in London? Click here to check out the London Tower Hotel. It has excellent reviews, good location, well-furnished rooms, and also helpful staff. Hope you'll enjoy your stay in this hotel!

Reykjavik - guide for tourists

Reykjavík is the capital of Iceland. In this city, you can visit some of the most important structures in Iceland. The Alþingishúsið houses the parliament of Iceland. Part of the structure is also a museum dedicated to the history, not just of the city, but of the whole country. If you want to know more about the ancient culture of the town, there’s a museum called the Reykjavík 871±2. You’ll see the latest excavation that tells of the past of the city. On display are artifacts that were believed made in 930 AD. The city is also home of the largest and one of the tallest churches in Iceland, the Hallgrímskirkja. The tallest point of the church is 74.5 meters high. There are also activities in Iceland that you’ve never thought you can do because of the temperature. Nauthólsvík offers every visitor a rare chance to swim in the sea of Iceland. The only one in the country, the water is heated naturally by the thermal springs in the sea. For a formal thermal spa, you can visit the Blue Lagoon.
As a major tourist destination, there are many hotels in Reykjavík to choose from. You can have the priciest Reykjavík hotel or you can just go for
Reykjavik Hostel Village.
Whether or not you get discount hotels, Reykjavík is sure to give you a great experience for the weekend. Reykjavík travel packages and hotels can be booked online.

Salvador today

Brazil’s largest northeastern city, Salvador, has a population of over 2,000,000 and is the state of Bahia’s capital. Divided into the upper city and lower city, they originally constructed Salvador on a steep, rugged crag with the residences, monasteries, and churches expanding on the top level, while the warehouses, docks, industrial and commercial lower level developed in the 1800s. Even today, the city remains separated, connected by the Elevador Lacerda. For visitors spending a week or weekend, Salvador has hotels to suit everyone. Whether travelers decide to stay in five-star Salvador hotels or prefer Salvador cheap hotels, there are many choices.
Destroyed by fire in 1788 and rebuilt in 1828, the convent and Carmelite church contains a wonderful museum that includes a sculpture by Francisco Manuel das Chagas of Christ in Chains. Visitors to the Museum of Sacred Art will find 17th to 19th century portrait sculptures in lead, clay, soapstone, ivory and wood. Built in 1917, the Palácio da Aclamaçâo has wonderful gardens, luxurious interior, and an interesting museum. 

If you are seeking for a stunning rooms in Salvador, you should consider staying at Grande Hotel da Barra (Salvador). It has excellent reviews, good location, well-furnished rooms, and also helpful staff. So, have a good time in Salvador and make yourself pleased booking a room in this comfortable hotel

About Florence, Italy

Stay at the 3-star Porta Faenza Florence for the best experience. Nearby Santa Maria Novella railway station can help you explore the surroundings without wearing out your soles. Uffizi Gallery and Torrigiana Gardens can be reached on foot from here. Insightful options, Museum dell'Opera del Duomo and Casa di Dante Museum are in the near surroundings. This accommodation is great for people wishing to visit Boboli Gardens.

You can also bask in the presence of a bar/lounge at Porta Faenza Hotel. The most important meal of the day -breakfast- is offered for free here. Choose this accommodation to benefit from services including the possibility for computer rental. 25 rooms can be chosen from.Porta Faenza Hotel has climate control. The numerous services provided here include a wake-up service and a daily housekeeping service. You can use wireless high-speed Internet access (complimentary) from the rooms of this hotel. You can use a DVD/VCR player and a CD player in your room here. A bidet, a magnifying mirror and a complimentary toiletries set are typical bathroom facilities in the rooms.

 

Rooms at Porta Faenza Hotel (Florence)

  • One double bed or two twin beds. Room size is 17 square meters.
  • Three twin beds. Room size is 20 square meters.
  • This room features one double bed and two single beds. It measures 25 square meters.
  • One queen bed. 11 square meters. Smaller than Standard room.
  • This room features 1 double bed or 2 twin beds with cotton sheets. It measures 17 square meters.
  • 1 bed. Room size is 11 square meters. Sofa bed.

Available room amenities:

Parquet floors, broad windows, light-colored wallpaper. Desk. In-room safe. Complimentary wireless Internet access. LCD television. Satellite television service. Direct-dial phone. Minibar. Private bathroom. Bidet. Hair dryer. Complimentary toiletries. Cribs (infant beds) available. Iron/ironing board (on request). Air conditioning. Climate control. Window opens. Daily housekeeping. Nonsmoking rooms available.

 

My experience of staying at Porta Faenza Hotel

Good location, easy to find. Friendly staff. No noise.The room was guite small, but everything worked. (Lights, warm water etc.)Tastefull breakfast, maybe some variaton is needed when staying several days.The staff helped us to get to busjourney to countryside.            

Pros: Front reception very helpful, alberto in particular very nice and hospitable gentleman. 

Cons: First room rather noisy, moved and second room was much quieter, didn''t make us feel bad about changing. very understanding staff at reception.

There are a number of hotels in Florence; the hotel Palazzo Vecchietti Florence is able to offer suggestions and make reservations.

Best Hotel in Paris review

The Aida Marais Printania ideally located in the heart of Paris, near République underground stop, Gare du Nord and Gare de l'Est railway stations.

 Upon your arrival in this charming, elegant hotel, you will receive a warm welcome from the attentive staff, who will be entirely at your disposal throughout your stay in the French capital city.

 Furthermore, you will enjoy the soft Mediterranean touch of its patio, the rustic style of its breakfast room, as well as an Internet Wi-Fi access.

Surrounded by a wealth of sights, the hotel is not far away from the trendy bars and restaurants of the Marais district.         

Rooms at Aida Marais Hotel, Paris

The hotel's 51 guest rooms boast a cared decoration with warm colours, each of them featuring a private en-suite bathroom with shower or bathtub, and a view of the inner courtyard or the street.

 Private balconies are available on request (surcharge). All rooms are non-smoking and equipped with direct dial telephone, satellite TV, wireless Internet connection, alarm clock, safe, hair dryer, and courtesy tray with tea and coffee.

 A tasty continental buffet is served in the breakfast room or directly in guestrooms between 7.15 a.m. and 10.30 a.m.

What we liked about Best Western Aida Marais

Very good service at this hotel.   We enjoyed our stay.  For the price we had a nice room.  A good location as it is walking distance from the North and East train stations.   We heard quite a bit of noise from within the hotel, but the windows prevented any outside noise.       

The hotel was clean and practical if slightly off the beaten track. It was however being refurbished with increase noise levels. The street was noisy in the morning. Staff standards were extremely variable good during the day and not so good at night. The fire alarm was activated twice during a four day stay and the staff competance in managing the process was very poor. No effort was made to ensure the hotel was evacuated and no effort to compare guest list with those making the effort to comply. This was a major fail in terms of health and safety       

The price was excellent value; however we were allocated an interior room on the ground floor (window onto a roofed-in patio) and we were disturbed in the *very* early morning (?4am) by loud conversation in the lobby which continued for at least 30 minutes. Beds comfortable, but on  rollers on a shiny floor which meant they moved as one turned over in bed.  Breakfast (not included in the room price) was *excellent* value at 12 euros, and the breakfast room was very pleasant. Would return, but not to a room in that part of the hotel.       

How to reach hotel Best Western Aida Marais

From Gare de Lyon station : take underground line 1, direction La Défense, until Bastille. Change to line 5, direction Bobigny Pablo Picasso, and get off at République station.

From Gare du Nord station : take udnerground line 5, direction Place d'Italie, and get off at République station.

From Paris Roissy Charles de Gaulle International Airport : Take RER B, which runs from the TGV station at Terminal 2 to Gare du Nord, then from here take underground line 5 to Republique. The Roissybus shuttle service also serves all three terminals and runs to Rue Scribe, near Opera underground station.

 From Paris Orly International Airport : take Orlyval shuttle service to Antony station. Take RER B, direction Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 TGV, until Gare du Nord. There, change to underground line 5, direction Place d'Italie, and get off at République station.

You may cancel your reservation without penalty up until 1 day before your arrival date, by accessing the Your Reservations page. It is not possible to cancel your reservation if you selected and booked a room indicated as "PREPAID/NOT REFUNDABLE".