Best Western Hotel Liberta
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Hotel Liberta Modena
Quaint, quiet room over the alloy. Enjoyed my stay, the architecture, and the great breakfast and photos on the walls. Drop the "Best Western" from the name it would get a 5*.
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