Ratings based on 29 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.9 Room cleanliness
4.8 Service & staff
4.8 Room comfort
4.9 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Très bon séjour du début à la finPosted May 5, 2014 on Hotels.com
Nous avons passé un très bon séjour (quatre nuits) à Loro. Les chambres proposées sont très spacieuses et possède tout ce que l'on peut souhaiter en terme de confort, et les communs accessibles sont agréables. Les deux hôtes sont aux petits soins et multiplient les petites attentions agréables. Le petit-déjeuner est copieux et varié, même si l'on regrette certaines options un peu onéreuses (oeufs...). L'emplacement de l'hôtel est idéal pour découvrir la Toscane, à mi-chemin de Sienne, Florence et Arezzo. Le cadre est idyllique.
for Everyoneby Markfrom Virginia
Wonderful Tuscan Mountain top village. ExcellentPosted Nov 7, 2013
Pros: Everything: location, service, price
Location: You are literally one our drive or a 40 minute train ride from the major sights and scenery of Tuscany.
Recommendedby Mark and Nancy Wilsonfrom Virginia
Posted Nov 7, 2013 on Hotels.com
Outstanding location for touring around Tuscan mountain villages, Florence, Siena, Arezzo and many many more. The owners, Carlo and Francesca are excellent hosts and provided great advice on places to see and travel logistics. Great restaurant next door. We highly recommended this boutique hotel and plan to spread the word to our friends. 5-star all around.
for Everyoneby Simonfrom London
friendly welcomePosted Aug 7, 2013
Possibly the friendliest welcome I've ever had in a hotel, and I've stayed in a fair few! Beautiful location in a sleepy town. Our room was perfect, overlooking the gorge which cuts through thetown. Pizzeria next door is fabulous too :-)
for Familiesby fabiofrom corato (ba)
incantevole,Romantico..Posted May 23, 2013 on Hotels.com
Benissimo hotel da favola.. personale gentile e disponibile.. bella camera ma scomoda la vasca/doccia.. ottima colazione peccato l'extra per chi vuole le uova a colazione...
for Familiesby Enrique
Es como Vivir en un típico pueblo de la ToscanaPosted Aug 16, 2012 on Hotels.com
Preciosa casa rural, con habitaciones espaciosas y baños grandes y limpios, fantásticas vistas y un trato exquisito por parte del personal. Desayunos poco variados pero buenísimo Al estar en un pueblo muy pequeño el ambiente tranquilo y rural fue fenomenal. A unos 50 Km de Florencia pero con la autopista cerca como para visitar toda la Toscana a una distancia aceptable.
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom San Giuseppe vesuviano Napoli Italia
dimora casa EugeniaPosted Dec 13, 2011
Hotel molto carino,posizionato in maniera strategica per poter visitare le cittadine della toscana.Personale molto cordiale e disponibile.Lo consiglio vivamente.Buona colazione da consumare con una bellissima vista sul torrente.Camera molto accogliente.
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom Dorset, UK
Good small town hotelPosted Oct 20, 2011
This small hotel is very good & in a quiet location in an interesting little town. Our room was comfortable, large & well appointed with an excellent bathroom. Breakfast was good and the owners friendly & helpful. We had difficulty finding the hotel, which is in a pedestrian area, & it would be a good idea to get directions beforehand as otherwise you can just drive round and round looking. While you can unload the car nearby the hotel's own parking is on open ground down the hill, although there was public parking much closer. Contrary to your description, the hotel does NOT have its own restaurant, but there good places to eat on either side. Very good value for money.
for Couplesby A verified travelerfrom Mississauga, Ontario
The most exquisite residences with style....Posted Jun 20, 2011
Most friendly staff, extremely beautiful, felt like I was in a rich residence, extremely well decorated with authentic frescoes, loved the colour "blu", and we were well treated every minute of the way. Will love to return and staying way longer.
for Otherby A verified travelerfrom Raleigh, NC
Tuscany - the small town experiencePosted Apr 22, 2011
Francesca and Carlo made us glad to be "coming home" to Loro Ciuffenna every evening, after a day spent exploring Florence, Siena, Chianti. The personal touch is so evident in the way they welcome their guests, the care taken with the upkeep of the hotel and the guidance they provide for Tuscan exploring. The dimora is small - just 7 rooms - and Carlo's mom may make an apple cake for the breakfast buffet, if you're lucky. Front yard is a cozy cobblestone courtyard. Back patio overlooks the small Ciuffenna River and the laurel bushes (loro) for which the town is named. Go into town - it's easily walkable. Eat next door at Osteria New Conte Max or up the hill under the tower clock at Ristorante La Torre. Nearest parking is the public lot, just a 3 minute walk away. Loro Ciuffenna is 15 minutes from the A1 and centrally located for Florence, Siena, Chianti.