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For Sale: The Hotel Dolce Villa

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Only $3.5 million will buy you the Holtel Dolce Villa, and 3 other Depasquale Square properties.

This sounds like a bargain.... but the owner is actully looking to start a bidding war to see how much he can get for the properties.

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Only $3.5 million will buy you the Holtel Dolce Villa, and 3 other Depasquale Square properties. 

This sounds like a bargain....  but the owner is actully looking to start a bidding war to see how much he can get for the properties.

ProJo Article

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Interesting... It was heartening to note, however, that the article mentions that the hotel was "exceeding expectations." That bodes well for all the proposed hotel expansions...

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Interesting...  It was heartening to note, however, that the article mentions that the hotel was "exceeding expectations."  That bodes well for all the proposed hotel expansions...

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From what I've heard, expectations must have been low. :unsure:

There is no doubt that a hotel on Depasquale Plaza is a no-brainer, it's just that I don't think anyone involved has any hotel experience.

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Was just in the city this past weekend for something at Johnson and Wales and was given a tour of this property. I was extremly impressed, the exterior really makes you feel like your in Italy and the fact that the front of the propert has no street frontage helps. The inside is amazing also, everything was very clean...possibly a little to much white in the hotel but thats ok.

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Was just in the city this past weekend for something at Johnson and Wales and was given a tour of this property. I was extremly impressed, the exterior really makes you feel like your in Italy and the fact that the front of the propert has no street frontage helps. The inside is amazing also, everything was very clean...possibly a little to much white in the hotel but thats ok.

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As someone on this board has posted before, the white may look nice now in the summer shortly after opening. But the white on white interior will not be looking so nice after a New England Winter. It seems like it would be very difficult to keep this looking pristine and clean when so much dirt is tramped inside during those slushy and rainy winters. It seems a better color choice was in order, considering the location. This is not Rome or on the Med.

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But the white on white interior will not be looking so nice after a New England Winter.  It seems like it would be very difficult to keep this looking pristine and clean when so much dirt is tramped inside during those slushy and rainy winters.

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That may be true... time will tell. But Venice, known for its flooding, had loads of marble that was not discolored. Maybe the stone will be ok.

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