Ratings based on 4 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
5.0 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from London UK
Excellent and spacious apartment at great valuePosted Jul 2, 2014
Pros: Location, cleanliness, staff, size, price etc
Location: Lovely location and plenty of nice restaurants within walking distance.
We stayed in a very spacious, very comfortable and beautiful apartment right in the centre of town. The accommodation was very reasonably priced, the apartment was big and comfortable and the staff extremely helpful and welcoming. I definitely recommend this place!
Recommendedby Boss Family
Relax and slow down in ItalyPosted May 17, 2012 on Hotels.com
What a fabulous contrast to Rome! We (my husband, myself and 2 young men) stayed here for 6 nights in a deluxe apartment. While the decor is spartan in nature, what is there is comfortable and spacious. The location is central and the whole historic central area very walkable. We loved the nearby restaurants such as Fez e Mauro, Caffe Maggi, Trattoria Lea and especially the Cafe Academie right beside the Residenza. If you like people watching as we we do you will love the cafes in the piazzas. We had rented a car in Perugia and took several day trips to small villages in the area. Our hostess Eliza was always there to help us with suggestions and make us feel at home. She is one of the many treasures we found during our stay.
for Familiesby A verified traveler from Pesaro, Italy
Nice apartment in Citta di CastelloPosted Jul 21, 2010
When we arrived, the extremely nice manager asked me why we were here. I took it as a more existential question, but she meant, why would we ever come to Citta' di Castello? Apparently this cute town has outlived its heyday, but this set of apartments, created out of the unused cells of a convent (only the parish priest still uses a room as it was built to be used), reflects the history and the importance of this city. The superior suites (we were upgraded) were large,(as was their kitchens) though sparsely decorated. And while there was no air conditioning, the manager gave us fans. It is also well-located for a multi-day exploration of the city's sights, which include the spectacular, though rarely visited, art museum and its Raphael and wealth of Signorelli paintings.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from London
Will definately return and will recommend to allPosted Feb 9, 2009
Our apartment was very spacious and comfortable. I would definately recommend to all travellers. It is centrally located in the historic centre of Citta di Castello, close to all amenities. The manageress was very friendly and spoke excellent English. There are no negative points and I will definately return soon.