San Ercolano Hotel
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- Breakfast Available
- Microwave in room
- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSan Ercolano Hotel Perugia
While a reasonable location for walking around the city, parking was a bit of a pain. But the worst was the fire alarm going off at 4:30am (likely due to some idiot who failed to read the vividly posted signs about no smoking in the rooms due to the fire alarm) and then the water tank for the toilet making a horrible screaming noise for about 5 minutes after flushing. The beds were hard and squeaky. We opted not to try the breakfast. I would not recommend.
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