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Reviewed 27 August 2012

We stayed there because we had missed the ferry to Greece. We had to pay 120 euros in the middle of the winter which I thing it's way too much for this type of hotel. First of all the front office staff can hardly speak english. We used google translator to communicate. The internet is not accessible everywhere and isn't free of charge. The room itself desperately shouts for renovation, painting and general repair. The same counts for the tiny bathroom. To finish with, I just wonder, do the managers/owners have any idea about how a place have to look like in order to accommodate guests? Why do you have to book a room during on holidays and instead of the feeling of comfortness, you have to count down till the check out time? Why?

  • Stayed: February 2012, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Nasos C
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Reviewed 12 July 2012

I would probably give this hotel 2.5 stars if I could. The staff are nice, not much English is spoken. It was quiet and the bed was ok. The shower was tiny and I am a small person. Standard breakfast is included in the price. There is no wifi in the rooms. There seemed to be wifi in the breakfast area but you need a password and we didn't ask for one so I can't comment on the quality. The place is just really in need of a facelift. I wasn't expecting much but I was expecting more for the price. This was the poorest quality hotel we stayed at in our 3 weeks in Europe but it wasn't the cheapest.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank EzzOM
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Reviewed 2 June 2012

We stayed in this hotel last year during the summer with friends and it supposed to be one of the best hotel in the city centre (a part from the luxury ones).. It supposed to be a 3star hotel but we were all shocked! The rooms are very small with a very old smelly carpet. It was July and in one of the rooms the air conditioner was broken and they didn't do much about it, also it was full of Mosquitos inside. Even the breakfast ( and around the city cappuccino and brioches are amazing) there was average and tasted a bit old.. The staff were also rude with the non Italian people. We will never go there again!

  • Stayed: July 2011
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1  Thank fedewaz
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Reviewed 20 May 2010

Hotel City Ancona (1993) is ideally situated in the city centre, in an uninspiring neighbourhood near the most important square Piazza Cavour and not far from the harbour. It is a rather characterless business hotel where it is good to stay for 2 or 3 nights.From Ancona’s central train staton it is reachable by bus 1 or ¼ within about 10 minutes; bus stop Pizza Cavour. All the 39 rooms are soundproofed and provided with bathroom, radio, Sat TV, minibar, phone and air conditioning. The airconditiong did not work during our stay, so I cannot tell you anything about its effectiveness and whether it is soundless or not.
We occupied room 318 which was very large and impeccable clean. Although we booked a double, we got a triple with a large double bed with firm mattresses, and a single. The bathroom is rather large too, but has a small shower cubicle with a good working shower. There are a toilet, a bidet and a wash stand and all kinds of amenities, even shoe polish. Our room viewed a busy street with much traffic, but the windows are double glazed and the traffic noise is not too disturbing. The TV has only Italian channels with the exception of one German channel of poor quality. There is a mini bar with diferent kinds of drinks at reasonable prices. Near the entrance there is a large linen cupboard.
For Italian standards the breakfast is very acceptable: two kinds of rolls, cheese and meat products, cereals, jam, honey, etc. There is a terrace too. The hotel has no restaurant.
Staff is kind and helpful; check in and check out went very smoothly.
The hotel has a parking which is not free of charge.
Ancona is an up coming touristic city I think, but as such not very known at the moment I suppose. According to the touristic map it has about 40 historic monuments and there is a large shopping street Corso Garibaldi. Arriving at the Airport you can take the bus or train to Ancona Central station. Be aware that the train station Castelferreti, just at the opposite of the airport (a three minutes walk), is NOT mentioned at the website of Trentitalia although several trains a day leave for Ancona!

  • Stayed: May 2010, traveled as a couple
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4  Thank jwmpet
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Reviewed 11 February 2018 via mobile
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Stayed: February 2018, traveled on business
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