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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmadeus Hotel Bologna
I was pleasantly surprised by the size of the room they gave me. Unlike single rooms in other more touristy cities, this one was huge! The beds were comfortable, floors and bathroom very clean, nice size tv in room, and very quiet at night. The only down for me was that the AC unit in the room wasn't working but as I was only here for one night, and the room was quite airy, it didn't really matter. It probably also didn't hurt that I was here in October when it was a bit cooler. Overall, I would stay here again.
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