Review: Bulgari Hotel Milan, Italy

Review: Bulgari Hotel Milan, Italy

NAME: Bulgari Hotel Milan
LOCATION: Milan, Italy
DATE: April 2022
REVIEW RATING:
BEN SAYS: Bulgari Milan is the flagship Bulgari property, and if you're into fashion, you'll love this place. In addition to cool design, the hotel has a fantastic signature restaurant, and friendly service.
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EXTRA PERKS AVAILABLE Enjoy breakfast, upgrades, & more

Want to take advantage of Marriott STARS benefits, including a space available room upgrade, complimentary breakfast, a hotel credit, and more? Contact Ford ([email protected]) for more details. He may even be able to help if you already have a stay booked. This is valid for paid stays at BVLGARI, EDITION, Ritz-Carlton, Ritz-Carlton Reserve, and St. Regis.

Our next stop on our trip to Italy & France was Milan, where we spent two nights at the 58-room Bulgari Hotel Milan. This is regarded as Bulgari’s flagship property, as it was the first hotel that the Italian luxury brand opened.

What are Bulgari hotels & resorts?

In recent years we’ve increasingly seen fashion brands get into the hotel business. Bulgari (or BVLGARI, if you prefer, to reflect the Roman alphabet), is an Italian luxury brand known for watches, fragrances, jewelry, leather goods, etc.

Over time the company has launched collaborations to get into other spaces, and one of those collaborations has been for hotels. Bulgari currently operates seven hotels, with a further five in the pipeline, all expected to be opened by 2025. Bulgari got into the hotel space as part of a collaboration with Ritz-Carlton (which is owned by Marriott), and the first property (in Milan) opened in 2004.

How to book the Bulgari Hotel Milan

Even though Bulgari is a collaboration with Marriott, the brand unfortunately doesn’t participate in Marriott Bonvoy. That means you can’t earn or redeem points for stays at Bulgari properties, and also can’t take advantage of any Bonvoy elite benefits.

The best way to book a stay at any Bulgari property is through a travel advisor affiliated with the Marriott STARS program, so you can receive extra perks, like complimentary breakfast, a room upgrade subject to availability, a hotel credit, and more.

Since STARS is Marriott’s own proprietary program, these upgrades are prioritized over those through Amex Fine Hotels & Resorts, Virtuoso, etc. Ford is happy to help with this, and can be reached at [email protected]

As far as pricing at Bulgari Milan goes, rates generally start at 950 Euro per night, but pricing does vary throughout the year. This is in line with the pricing of Milan’s top hotels.

In the interest of full disclosure, we stayed here on a travel advisor rate. This is something Ford arranged, and I figured OMAAT readers would still enjoy getting a sense of what the hotel has to offer.

Bulgari Hotel Milan location

Bulgari Hotel Milan has a great location for walking around the city. It’s in an area with lots of high-end shopping, near Via Montenapoleone. It was only roughly a 10 minute walk to Duomo di Milano. What’s cool is that the immediate area around the hotel is quiet, and almost feels like a residential area, as it’s also near botanical gardens.

Given how small the hotel is, the entrance also feels quite intimate. You might feel more like you’re pulling into a luxury condo building rather than a hotel.

Bulgari Hotel Milan exterior
Bulgari Hotel Milan entrance

As far as getting to the hotel goes, Bulgari Hotel Milan is a roughly 50 minute drive from Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP), a 20 minute drive from Milan Linate Airport (LIN), and a roughly 10 minute drive from Milano Centrale, should you be taking the train. If you’re looking to take the subway, the hotel is just a couple of blocks from the Montenapoleone stop.

Bulgari Hotel Milan check-in & lobby

We arrived at Bulgari Milan at around 2PM. We were promptly helped by a friendly bellman, who escorted us to reception. The first thing I noticed were the uniforms the employees were wearing, which were much more fashionable and less formal than what you’d usually find at a luxury hotel.

The hotel’s reception area is small, with the front desk to the left and the concierge desk to the right.

Bulgari Hotel Milan reception
Bulgari Hotel Milan concierge desk

Our check-in process was efficient, and within a couple of minutes we were escorted to our room. This required walking through the lobby lounge, which I’ll talk more about later on.

Bulgari Hotel Milan elevators

Bulgari Hotel Milan superior room

Bulgari Milan has five floors, and we were assigned room 410, on the fourth floor. There was some cool art by the elevators, and then the hallways had a fun minimalist design.

Bulgari Hotel Milan hallway art
Bulgari Hotel Milan hallway
Bulgari Hotel Milan superior room exterior

We were assigned a superior room, which is the hotel’s entry level room. However, our superior room had a massive terrace. Even within each category there’s variance in terms of the features of the rooms, so this balcony was a special feature.

Superior rooms at Bulgari Milan are marketed as being 35 square meters, which comes out to roughly 375 square feet. I’d say our room may have been a bit larger than that, based on the long hallway. Once inside the room, the bathroom was to the left, while the rest of the room was to the right.

Bulgari Hotel Milan superior room entryway
Bulgari Hotel Milan superior room entryway

The room featured a comfortable king size bed with a Bulgari throw blanket. As you can see, this isn’t your typical hotel room in terms of finishes, as there was a bunch of Bulgari (and other) art in the room.

Bulgari Hotel Milan superior room king bed
Bulgari Hotel Milan superior room king bed
Bulgari Hotel Milan superior room king bed
Bulgari Hotel Milan branded products

Not only was the bed comfortable to begin with, but there was also a pillow menu, with seven types of pillows to choose from.

Bulgari Hotel Milan pillow menu
Bulgari Hotel Milan pillow menu

In the far corner of the room was a wall-mounted TV, plus a desk with a chair.

Bulgari Hotel Milan superior room desk & TV

The desk had a stationery kit, which you don’t often see in hotel rooms. With the exception of a pen and ruler, I don’t think I’ve used anything in that kit for over 15 years. What a throwback to middle school.

Bulgari Hotel Milan superior room stationery

There was a welcome amenity on the table consisting of some sweet treats with a homemade hazelnut spread, plus two bottles of Acqua Panna water. It seems that a sweet treat is a daily amenity at the hotel, as we were also brought one the next day as well.

Bulgari Hotel Milan welcome amenity

There was also a safe at the far end of the room, which was built into the wall. I thought that was a pretty thoughtful design.

Bulgari Hotel Milan superior room safe

Back toward the entrance was the minibar, which included a Nespresso machine, kettle, and a variety of drinks and snacks for purchase.

Bulgari Hotel Milan superior room minibar
Bulgari Hotel Milan superior room minibar
Bulgari Hotel Milan superior room minibar

There was also a fairly large closet in the hall between the bedroom and bathroom.

Bulgari Hotel Milan superior room closet

The bathroom featured a sink in the main room, then a separate room with a toilet & bidet, and then a separate area with both a walk-in shower and a bathtub.

Bulgari Hotel Milan superior room bathroom
Bulgari Hotel Milan superior room shower
Bulgari Hotel Milan superior room bathtub
Bulgari Hotel Milan superior room toilet & bidet

As you’d expect, toiletries were from Bulgari, which are always great. The number of products also seemed to be nearly endless.

Bulgari Hotel Milan toiletries
Bulgari Hotel Milan toiletries
Bulgari Hotel Milan toiletries

Without a doubt the most exciting part of the room was the outdoor terrace, which featured a beautiful sitting area with an umbrella, plus two day beds.

Bulgari Hotel Milan terrace
Bulgari Hotel Milan terrace
Bulgari Hotel Milan view

Unfortunately the weather wasn’t too great while we were in Milan, though we still got to enjoy it quite a bit.

After being shown to our room, the friendly front office associate asked if she could get us a welcome drink. We asked for cappuccinos, which were promptly brought up to our room with some cookies. What a nice touch!

Bulgari Hotel Milan welcome drinks

Wi-Fi in the room was fast and free, and there was daily housekeeping plus turndown service.

Bulgari Hotel Milan The Lounge

The Lounge is Bulgari Milan’s lobby lounge, and it’s located between reception and the guest elevators. This is open throughout the day, and has everything from coffee & tea, to cocktails, to light meals, to pastries. As you can see, there’s a big focus on fashion with all the art on the walls.

We didn’t end up having anything to eat or drink here, but it seemed to be popular with both hotel guests and outsiders.

Bulgari Hotel Milan The Lounge seating
Bulgari Hotel Milan The Lounge seating
Bulgari Hotel Milan The Lounge seating
Bulgari Hotel Milan The Lounge sweets

Bulgari Hotel Milan The Bulgari Bar

The Bulgari Bar is the hotel’s all-day venue, as it’s open for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, drinks, and dinner. This is a beautiful space that has a bit over a dozen seats at the bar itself, plus about a dozen tables around it. This space is right next to Il Ristorante Niko Romito, which is the hotel’s signature restaurant.

Bulgari Hotel Milan The Bulgari Bar seating
Bulgari Hotel Milan The Bulgari Bar seating
Bulgari Hotel Milan The Bulgari Bar seating
Bulgari Hotel Milan The Bulgari Bar seating

The bar area also has a gorgeous outdoor terrace, but unfortunately the weather wasn’t cooperating there.

We came to The Bulgari Bar one evening before dinner, and you can find the drink list here. I decided to order the hotel’s signature cocktail (the Bulgari cocktail, served with gin, aperol, fresh orange juice, pineapple, and lime juice), while Ford had a negroni.

Bulgari Hotel Milan The Bulgari Bar drinks

The drinks were excellent, but equally impressive was the snack tray that came with it!

Bulgari Hotel Milan The Bulgari Bar snacks

Bulgari Hotel Milan Il Ristorante Niko Romito

Il Ristorante Niko Romito is Bulgari Milan’s signature restaurant, and we had dinner there one evening. The person behind this restaurant has opened a Michelin three star restaurant, and we had heard from several people how good this restaurant is. It sure didn’t disappoint.

Bulgari Hotel Milan Il Ristorante Niko Romito

The restaurant is located right next to the bar, and it’s quite intimate, with only about a dozen tables.

Bulgari Hotel Milan Il Ristorante Niko Romito seating
Bulgari Hotel Milan Il Ristorante Niko Romito
Bulgari Hotel Milan Il Ristorante Niko Romito
Bulgari Hotel Milan Il Ristorante Niko Romito

Il Ristorante Niko Romito serves contemporary Italian cuisine, and you can find the menu here. To kick off the meal, we were offered a treat from the kitchen, which was an extraction of carrot, onion, and celery, with no water, but rather with champagne.

Bulgari Hotel Milan Il Ristorante Niko Romito dinner

We were also offered quite the selection of bread.

Bulgari Hotel Milan Il Ristorante Niko Romito dinner

For starters, I ordered the risotto alla Milanese, which was outrageously indulgent.

Bulgari Hotel Milan Il Ristorante Niko Romito dinner

Ford had the roasted carrot and beetroot salad, parsley sauce, almond, and horseradish, which was definitely the healthier choice. 😉

Bulgari Hotel Milan Il Ristorante Niko Romito dinner

For our main courses, I ordered the steamed sea bass with capers, lettuce, and lemon. This dish was so good, and I loved the presentation and sides as well.

Bulgari Hotel Milan Il Ristorante Niko Romito dinner

Ford had the milk fed veal Milanese style, which he said was the best veal he’s had in his life.

Bulgari Hotel Milan Il Ristorante Niko Romito dinner

We were so stuffed at this point, but they still sent out some sweets to finish the meal.

Bulgari Hotel Milan Il Ristorante Niko Romito dinner

I can’t say enough good things about the dining experience at Il Ristorante Niko Romito. Even if you’re not staying at the hotel, this restaurant is most definitely worth a visit (though it can be hard to get a reservation — staying at the hotel can help with that).

Bulgari Hotel Milan breakfast

Breakfast at Bulgari Milan is served daily starting at 7AM, and you can find the breakfast menu here. Breakfast is served in the dining area of The Bulgari Bar. Our stay included breakfast, and if you book through Marriott STARS, it will include breakfast as well, so you can order freely off the menu.

To drink, we had a cappuccino, a french press coffee, and a fresh juice.

Bulgari Hotel Milan breakfast
Bulgari Hotel Milan breakfast
Bulgari Hotel Milan breakfast

We weren’t that hungry since we had a huge dinner the night before, but I had the smoked salmon and avocado on whole grain bread, while Ford had two poached eggs with a side of avocado.

Bulgari Hotel Milan breakfast
Bulgari Hotel Milan breakfast

If your rate includes breakfast, Bulgari Milan will also gladly serve it via room service at no extra charge. Best of all, the hotel serves breakfast 24/7. Since we had a 6AM train on our second morning, we could order breakfast at 4:30AM, which was much appreciated. We ordered some poached eggs, homemade granola with nuts and yogurt, and avocado, along with some coffee and water.

Bulgari Hotel Milan breakfast

Bulgari Hotel Milan spa & gym

On the basement level, Bulgari Milan has the gym and spa complex. The spa is open daily from 9AM until 9PM, while the gym can be accessed 24/7.

Bulari Hotel Milan spa reception

The gym was on the small side, and had a treadmill, elliptical, and a variety of weights. The gym can be reserved in advance as there’s a limit of two people at a time, but we had no issues getting our preferred time.

Bulari Hotel Milan gym
Bulari Hotel Milan gym
Bulari Hotel Milan gym

The hotel also has a nice indoor pool, along with a sauna and steam room.

Bulari Hotel Milan pool
Bulari Hotel Milan pool
Bulari Hotel Milan pool
Bulari Hotel Milan pool
Bulari Hotel Milan sauna & steam room

We didn’t get any spa treatments, but you can find the spa treatment menu here, and find the price list here.

Bulgari Hotel Milan service

Service at Bulgari Milan was just about textbook perfect for a city hotel:

  • Everyone working at the hotel seemed to genuinely like their job, and on top of that had personality, which is always nice
  • In particular, the restaurant and bar staff were exceptionally friendly and attentive, at breakfast, drinks, and dinner
  • The in-room phones had a single button you could push for service, which I’d typically be skeptical of, but there was always a near instant answer, and no need to be connected (this person could help with everything from room service orders to arranging restaurant reservations through the concierge)

Bottom line

Bulgari Milan is the flagship Bulgari property, and it was cool to finally stay at a hotel belonging to this famous luxury brand. Bulgari Milan is a boutique property with a cool design, an excellent restaurant, friendly service, and a central location. Furthermore, having a terrace like what we had in an entry-level room is pretty unheard of.

If you’ve stayed at a Bulgari property, what was your experience like?

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  1. Schar Gold

    Ben, please ignore the haters. I guess some people lack the capacity of "keep on scrolling" if you're not interested in a non points hotel.

    I LOVE your non points luxury hotel & restaurant reviews. Like you said before, many people save miles to spend on airfare and splurge in hotels. There's a market and audience for everything, so don't let the naysayers bother you. I love these types of reviews, keep it up!

  2. RS Guest

    @lucky, I know this blog is more focused on hotels/travel, but am loving the focus on restaurants at the various destinations. Any chance you can include category or search to look directly for these?

  3. GH Guest

    It all looks a bit “2004” and in need of a refresh. That worn wooden bread board /rack in the restaurant should be first on the list. I wouldn’t pay those rates in the meantime when there are others in that bracket in Milan with a superior hard product.

  4. PM1 Guest

    The pictures didn't wow me at all and that's what I was expecting at these prices and with the Bulgari name.

  5. Josh Guest

    This is a points & miles blog. What’s the purpose of reviewing a place that offers neither points earning nor redemption? Seems like a nice enough hotel, but the review doesn’t have a good sense of place for this blog.

    1. Steve Diamond

      Go somewhere else then, i prefer these reviews over points hotels. Points hotels are getting watered down there just arent the same deals to be had with perks like their used to be. These non points reviews are better. There are 100s of sites with paid points review ads i mean reviews.

    2. Josh Guest

      You’ve missed my point. This is a points & miles blog and this hotel doesn’t participate in the points & miles world. The hotel seems lovely, but reviewing it on this site is incongruous with the point of the site.

    3. Schar Gold

      Then don't read the article, simple. I have no interest in credit card bonus articles or points redemption articles. Do you see me complaining in those comment sections? NO.

      If it doesnt interest you, keep on scrolling. And this is Ben Schlappig's blog, not yours. He can write about whatever he wants and thinks is relevant to the travel world (which btw, is much bigger than "pOiNtS aNd MiLeS"

  6. Disco Dave Guest

    "In the interest of full disclosure..." implies you are fully disclosing the rate you paid. You aren't.

    1. LarryInNYC Diamond

      I agree with this comment. It's also true of the general disclaimer. Not sure what Ben could write that would be accurate and not call attention to itself. "Minimal legally required disclosure" is probably not right, "minimal ethical disclosure" is a matter of opinion. Maybe something like "you should know that. . ."

      I don't expect to learn all the juicy details that I'm sure others are also curious about (how much, exactly, does each...

      I agree with this comment. It's also true of the general disclaimer. Not sure what Ben could write that would be accurate and not call attention to itself. "Minimal legally required disclosure" is probably not right, "minimal ethical disclosure" is a matter of opinion. Maybe something like "you should know that. . ."

      I don't expect to learn all the juicy details that I'm sure others are also curious about (how much, exactly, does each credit card sign-up earn, are there incentives at increasing numbers of sales, what are the compliance rules about what Ben is and isn't allowed to write, etc) but the use of the term "full disclosure" rankles.

    2. askmrlee Guest

      Of course, they won't tell you that they only paid a hundred Euro or whatever the rate was, but at least they said they paid a "travel advisor rate" which is industry-speak for FAM rates or Familiarization rates. At least they paid something and were not completely comped. Some travel articles completely hide this fact by saying that the hotel or airline "invited them" which should be translated as equals free in exchange for a positive write-up.

  7. K. Sanft Guest

    The tableware seems to be completly from Ginori which is all produced in Italy and is often just stunning!

  8. JDee Diamond

    Ben - those named pics of the spa, gym & pool have Bulgari spelled incorrectly

  9. Claus Guest

    Hmmm, based on the photos this could pass as a better Hyatt Regency property. Not sure there is anything particularly luxurious about it.
    Anyway, great detailed review! It‘s great that you are back traveling!

  10. Fonzi Guest

    I had to write this. NOTHING justify 950EU for such small room and relatively nice terrace with the view to yard. You can have 5* hotel for less then half the price close to the Duomo. And that breakfast not included at this price for me is surprising. But obviously i am not used on such a luxury. Oh it is a Bulgari Wow.

  11. Ray Gold

    A cappuccino at that hour of the day? Every Italian in the city must have snickered.

    1. Aaron Guest

      You know the hotel staff had a good chuckle about it.

  12. beerandcheese Guest

    So what exactly was included in the $1000 USD rate? If you take out breakfast, I understand it to be a standard European room, a free check in drink, and an unusable terrace.

    What was your travel agent rate?

  13. Tevi Guest

    Most of your recent reviews seem to focus on extreme high end of luxury hotels with the "travel agent rate". Do you mind giving us a glimpse of what these travel agent rates are?

  14. bill Guest

    I always like your hotel reviews, but it sure seems like a lot of stays recently are for exorbitantly-priced hotels on travel agent rates!

    1. Steve Diamond

      Well maybe because he and Ford are indeed travel agents.

      You lot will complain about anything. Such a joke if he stays at a hotel thats too expensive you complain, but then will also complain that he chose this hotel and not one thats twice as expensive.

    2. bill Guest

      1) Ben's not a travel agent.
      2) I don't speak for "you lot". I speak for myself. I'm allowed to have an opinion. As are other people. If you can find a comment where I've complained about him not staying at a hotel twice as expensive as this one, please let me know. I don't think you will. I feel very confident you won't find people complaining that Ben didn't stay in a hotel...

      1) Ben's not a travel agent.
      2) I don't speak for "you lot". I speak for myself. I'm allowed to have an opinion. As are other people. If you can find a comment where I've complained about him not staying at a hotel twice as expensive as this one, please let me know. I don't think you will. I feel very confident you won't find people complaining that Ben didn't stay in a hotel that was twice as expensive as the Bvlgari. If you do, yell at them, not this reply, because you're inventing a strawman.
      3) This is a website built around using miles and points. Not about staying at the nicest hotels you can find on travel agent rates. There was about a decade of posts that were about 98% bookable on miles and recently that's been about 50% (or more) travel advisor rates.

  15. JetSetGo Guest

    Was deciding between Bulgari and Mandarin Oriental. Ended up going with MO as not too keen on anything related to Marriott. Seta restaurant which has two Michelin stars was good while Enrico Bartolini has three and was fantastic. Milan has wonderful museums that no one bothers to go to besides seeing the Last Supper. Did you know you can see Leonardo hand drawings/ painting with zero people next to you in Milan? In UK or...

    Was deciding between Bulgari and Mandarin Oriental. Ended up going with MO as not too keen on anything related to Marriott. Seta restaurant which has two Michelin stars was good while Enrico Bartolini has three and was fantastic. Milan has wonderful museums that no one bothers to go to besides seeing the Last Supper. Did you know you can see Leonardo hand drawings/ painting with zero people next to you in Milan? In UK or US you will be cramming with others with timed tickets. Can’t wait to return to Milan and Lake Como again.

  16. VSM Guest

    I’m sorry….this is grim looking….leaves me cold…Give me the Four Seasons ANY day….heavenly location…silent, lovely courtyard….!!!!!

  17. John T Guest

    €950 for a cramped, forgettable hotel room.

    No thanks.

  18. Pedro Guest

    Ben - what did you think of the hotel’s sense of place?

  19. Clem Diamond

    Not going to be original here but as nice as the hotel, food and service look, I would positively never ever spend $1k+ on such a tiny room. For somewhat comparable rates I'd probably pick the Aman instead, standard rooms are much bigger.

  20. Michael Guest

    Nicely appointed room, however the bedroom itself looks terribly small in the pictures.

  21. Creditcrunch Diamond

    Thanks for the review, everything looks nice apart from the green swimming pool! Reminds me of a dirty pond full of slime.

  22. R B Guest

    Highly recommend the traditional restaurant "Da Giacomo" in Milan.

  23. alinsfca Guest

    This brings back great memory of spending a few weeks working in Milan a long time ago,
    1. Climb up and walk on the rooftop of Duomo is nice to visit and sat out front on the steps and people watch.
    2. seeing Davinci's one and only Last Supper
    3. My first thin crust pizza, risotto alla milanese, and Strawberry gelato
    4. Visiting Teatro Alla Scala

  24. Motion to Dismiss Member

    Looks wonderful. I nearly stayed at the Bulgari in Milan last summer but went to the tried and true Four Seasons, which was splendid.

    The restaurant at the Bulgari looks excellent but it doesn't even have one Michelin star -- next time try Seta at the Mandarin Oriental or, a bit outside the city center, one of my favorite restaurants in the world, Enrico Bartolini al Mudec (which does have three Michelin stars and a unique wine pairing with wines from the 1970s).

    1. Never In Doubt Guest

      While we don’t (unsurprisingly?) see mention of them, we can only assume Ben dines in good local restaurants, in addition to the hotel restaurants that are necessary for his reviews.

    2. eponymous coward Guest

      I’m curious: would you pay rack rate for this hotel if Ford wasn’t getting an industry discount? I don’t really get a sense of this from your review. Doesn’t quite seem as enthusiastic as your St. Regis Venice review.

    3. Richard_ New Member

      We had a lovely dinner at the Four Seasons restaurant when we stayed there a few months ago.

    4. Mark Guest

      The reference to 3 Michelin stars is because Niko Romito also operates Reale, which does have 3*, but is in Castel di Sangro, much nearer Rome than Milan. The text just about gets that across, but without that detail could be misinterpreted.

      I agree that there are lots of actually starred choices around Milan. I'd probably opt for Joia, but then I am vegetarian...

  25. S Member

    Looks very nice. Looks much nicer to me than the two Venice hotels. Are you going to share your thoughts on Milan? It seems like a very rich and nice city, but not sure it's a big tourist place. I guess good for shopping and day trips to the Lake Como area, but it seems like a city that'd be nicer to live in than visit.

    1. Richard_ New Member

      It has some wonderful museums and the Duomo di Milano is amazing.

    2. Ray Gold

      And seeing “The Last Supper” is a must even for us that don’t associate with a religion.

      Milan is a great city but it took me a few visits before it grew on me.

    1. freeman Guest

      asking the real question

      i suppose he get a 50% off.. should be around 500 euros

    2. GringoLoco Gold

      Annnnnnd it's tax deductible!

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bill Guest

I always like your hotel reviews, but it sure seems like a lot of stays recently are for exorbitantly-priced hotels on travel agent rates!

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Steve Diamond

Go somewhere else then, i prefer these reviews over points hotels. Points hotels are getting watered down there just arent the same deals to be had with perks like their used to be. These non points reviews are better. There are 100s of sites with paid points review ads i mean reviews.

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Josh Guest

This is a points & miles blog. What’s the purpose of reviewing a place that offers neither points earning nor redemption? Seems like a nice enough hotel, but the review doesn’t have a good sense of place for this blog.

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