We have used the Booking.com app for all accom over a 3 week road trip in N Italy and have experienced a wide range of good standard overnight stops until this one. The owner wanted payment in cash upfront, it doesn’t state this anywhere, all other places have taken credit card. The room was shabby and dingy and when we told her we were leaving she started screaming at us and kicking our luggage and trying to snatch things from us. Only when I threatened the police did she stop. This place really unnerved us but we found an alternative hotel for the 2 nights we wanted in Padua in minutes on Booking.com. This place really shouldn’t be operating as a B&B, my advice is to avoid!!!
there's 4 rooms upstairs , i think, and 2 on the groud floor where i stayed, these 2 rooms are awfull , very tiny 2 windows on the top of the wall, the towels smells terrible every thing was in callapse, the worst of all you could hear EVERY THING from the other room, ever a bling of an eye, The breakfast is a joke!!!! is between 8 to 9 and u have to tell her at what u will be because there;s 4 chair only The only best thing is that is close to train station, bus station and tram line
10 minutes walk from the train station. The host of this place is a Chinese lady and she was very welcoming. We booked a double room and it was en-suite, decent size, pretty cosy and the bed was comfortable. The bathroom’s got a bit of the drain smell but not too bad and it didn’t affect us. The only problem was the thin walls, (our room was on the ground floor) If you plan to get up before 7am, it wouldn’t affect you; otherwise, you might hear some beeping noise and people speaking in the breakfast room pretty clearly. Breakfast was continental style, nice and simple and a good start for the day ahead.
Looking for a good place in a nice, historical town? Than you choose for a good place at B&B William. The lady of the house is very helpfull.
Nearby the train station, you can find this guestroom with very spacy rooms, with a shared bath room.
The room rate was very low for service I had. A good breakfast, a city map and a bicycle (ask for a good lock and fix it well in the city!) to discover the city. The guesthouse is about 2,5 km from the city.
Padova is also a good place to leave for Venice by train.