Big, high-ceilinged room. Dirty-looking carpet. Good selection of TV channels. Large-enough bathroom (but why waste space on a bidet!). Good location, within walking distance of all major attractions. Noisy at night until midnight: lots of bars nearby. 12-minute walk to train station.
In northern Italy's Lombardy region, the Cremona Hotels Impero is an affordable 4-star hotel in central Cremona, Italy . It …More
My wife and I recently spent 17 days in Italy. 8 of those days were spent in Cremona at the Ibis Hotel even though we had prepaid for 9. We used the hotel as our exploration base of operations. The hotel room, which is modern and had a TV, lacked a refrigerator and ironing board. We left a day earlier than planned to meet friends in Genoa. Because we prepaid they would not credit the unused time or transfer the balance to the Ibis in Milan where we stayed on our final night in Italy. I would recommend not prepaying for more than the first night. Lesson learned.
Cremona, like many ancient Italian cities, is laid out in a circular manner. The Ibis is in a new section outside of the old city. Parking at the hotel was plentiful and free unless you want to park in the below ground area for the night. Parking in the old cities is next to impossible. The signs are confusing and streets laid out in no apparent pattern. Main streets change names frequently. Traveling at night is a nightmare and not recommended! We got lost walking and driving around every single day! Milan was the worst, where street names are twenty feet above the ground on the sides of buildings and not visible at night. . Mid block signage does not exist in any cities we visited. Trying to find Felino, which is not on many maps, was an adventure in itself. Thank goodness for the traffic circles and helpful Italians who eventually got us to where we were going! Arrivedirci
Nice size room, comfortable king bed, very clean. The best performing airconditioning we had on our trip. Poor lighting for this very dark decor. Public areas were hot, some air but it was July. The included continental breakfast was nice with good variety. Location was great only a few blocks from the Main Square "Piazza del Comune". The Stradivari Museum was great and very worth the trip. We enjoyed mixing with local people at the many restaurants around the main square area. Also some of our best food and service was in Cremona.
Barbara from Texarkana, Texas
Set within walking distance from the Torrazzo , the highest medieval bell tower in Europe, the luxury Cremona Hotels Delle …More
Clean too, except for a few spiders. Huge rooms. They say they are only 3 person, but it easily 4 person if you roll the bed over. Pool was disappointing. They make you buy swim caps and have to pay extra 10 Euro's per person, but the swim caps don't stay on your head, so my kids didn't have fun, because they kept getting yelled at. Nice and quiet. Great breakfast.
Very central location. Large modern rooms especially for a family of 4. There was plenty of room for people to move around, no feeling of being cramped. The basement breakfast room looked very beautiful. The only thing was no secure parking but the free public parking was very close by and we had no problems.
We had a very nice experience although it was quite short. Our room was comfortable but a bit small. The room was clean and the washroom very functional.
Excellent service and very polite environment. Very good breakfast.
Welcome to Albergo Visconti!!! The newly renovated Albergo Visconti is in Cremona, the town of music. The hotel atmosphere …More
I found this hotel on Expedia, when all Milan and surrounding hotels were booked. I wasn't expecting much. I was pleasantly surprised by the welcoming staff and a nice, cozy, clean room. I took a 5 minute walk into the nice little town for diner. I would like to back when I have more time to explore this area. I would surely stay Vecchio Casello again.
Marc from Texas
Opened 2007 from an ancient typical bricks facade farm house named –Casello-. 29 rooms with highest quality standards for …More
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