Pet maximum weight in lb is 13.
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Based on 141 reviews
So and so
We chose the hotel considering the distance not very far from the beach, so we could walk to it. Pros: Clean Decent price considering Cesenatico standards which can be really expensive in the peak season. Large enough room for us to mount our baby-cot. Bathroom looks renovated, but that’s just the bathroom not the whole room. You can walk to the beach Minuses: No vegetables for breakfast. Pretty good breakfast though except the vegetables part and except that they use to eat a lot of sugar-based sweets. Old furniture items in the room. Parking place not enough, if you don’t get a parking spot you must park in a public place 100m away from the hotel. This can be difficult if you have a lot of luggage to carry.
You'll feel like family
I brought a group here in January 2012 for a week of hands-on food craft classes, many of which were at the hotel or at their nearby catering facility. The staff all treated us like family, and welcomed us with such warmth and graciousness. I wouldn't hesitate to return -- which I hope to do in 2013.
Home away from home
We came here on a cooking tour, and we stayed here for a wonderful week in January. We were blown away by the staff and service we received. We had delightful pastries, made fresh daily, for breakfast. We learned about making pasta from the matriarch of the family, and she made us a lasagna that has ruined us for any other attempt at lasagna. :) Every special request was granted, and I felt like I was staying with family. The level of service was really exceptional, and we were extremely comfortable and relaxed in our room each evening. I still dream about that towel warmer, too. We would totally come back here and stay again.
A Delightful Experience
I stayed at Hotel Sirena with a small group of folks who had come for a week of cooking classes and other culinary adventures. It was my first trip to Italy. The owner, Claudio Dellapasqua, and his entire staff made me feel less like a customer and more like an honored family member. I was impressed with the degree of professionalism of every staff member, and for a tired traveler to a new country, I appreciated it doubly. The food, both the variety and quality, was superb. My room was basic by American standards, but very clean and quite comfortable. I slept wonderfully (I wish I could sleep as well at home in San Francisco!)--when I drew the curtains, the room was completely dark, which is my preference, and absolutely, blessedly silent. The bathroom includes a towel warmer, an amenity I particularly enjoyed. I will be returning to the lovely seaside town of Cesenatico and to Hotel Sirena. I hope you try it and that you enjoy it as much as I do.
Friendly and Charming
I stayed at Hotel Sirena with a small group of friends while taking cooking class in the area. The owner, Mr. Dellapasqua, personally welcomed us and made as feel right at home. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The rooms are very clean & basic- with a few extra touches like nice towel warmers thrown in. I thought the hotel food was v. good. We had a really wonderful dinner here. I would say overall the Sirena was a fun and friendly place to stay and a good value for money. The staff will definitely look out for you and help you make the most of your visit.