Ratings based on 2 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Nottingham
Friendly accommodationPosted Sep 21, 2007
Out of season, so always difficult to judge properly. But very friendly and helpful - restaurant was closed when we arrived, but a four course meal was provided in a very short time to a good standard. When the restaurant opened the next day it was filled with locals. The room was good, and clean; the only downside to the place was the rather odd mix of hotel and motel, which resulted in some slightly scuffy outside areas.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Cumbria
Superb family run hotelPosted Jun 17, 2007
Very clean, friendly, family run hotel. Only about 30 rooms, all of them are individually themed. We stayed in Praga which had a japanese theme with a low bed. We asked for more pillows, which were delivered to the room straight away. The bathroom was well equipped with a "designer" suite and had a shower pod with body jets - much better than expected. The room was cleaned and linen changed daily. There are two restaurants, a small gourmet one that we didn't try, and a larger pizzeria/restaurant with a bar . It was so good we ate there every night. Really good value, large choice of dishes, and attentive service. A large pizza was only 5 euros, and the house wine was very drinkable at 3 euros for a half-carafe. There is a pool for the kids, but it's only small and not heated. The hotel is about 4km from the centre of town, but it's on the Rome side, so easy access from the motorway and good for visiting the hill towns. There is a shuttle bus from the hotel which we should have used because parking in L'Aquila is a nightmare - lots of one way streets and very few parking places. We would really recommend this hotel to anyone visiting the area.