Judging by the sign laying in the bushes, this may have been the Golf Hotel at one time. The rooms are spartan, painted concrete floors, no rugs. The room and private bathroom were very clean and in good repair. The bed was comfortable and the sheets crisp. One of the best things about this place is that it was easy to find. It is located on a significant through-road, open at midnight and it was inexpensive. The room rental seemed almost incidental to the main business of a bar and restaurant on the first floor. The room was like a monk's cell: depressing at first glance, spotless and serviceable upon reflection. The solid concrete structure absorbed most of the noise from the juke box in the bar, below. The bar closes at 1:00 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, earlier on weekdays, earlier yet if business is slow. I would stay there again if all the other hotels were closed or fully booked. This is a good place when budgets are tight and traveling close to the bone. It is not a particularly good place to keep your (wo)man happy with the thrill of foreign adventure.
Unique Quality: Rooms above a bar that plays loud euro-trash electronika until the wee hours. Includes continental breakfast, onsite free parking. There is no pool, but there is a pool table in the bar. Really nice modern artistic light fixtures in the room, leave it to the Italians to add a dash of design even in the most basic of circumstances.
Directions: On one of the few main east-west roads toward the west end of town. Look for the fiberglass palm tree and outdoor seating area.
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Address: Piazza Narbonne, 8, Aosta, Valle d'Aosta, 11100, Italy