Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
5.0 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from uk
Interesting concept which worked wellPosted Aug 10, 2014
Pros: The concept was new to us and worked really well.
Cons: Not a lot given the location
Location: Hill town on the edge of the Maritime Alps. Quaint cobbled streets with many steps. Car parking on the outskirts of the town but help was available.
Staff were all excellent and helpful, speaking to all clients at breakfast and looking after them. Room clean and well kept. Breakfast, possibly all home made, was also excellent. It was a delightful experience though the location would not lend itself to persons with mobility problems.
for Couplesby Donna from Auckland NZ
Beautiful remote locationPosted Jun 22, 2014
Pros: As per above
Cons: check in / check out process and carriage of bags - watch out for the per bag charge to have these brought down from the room
Location: Set in an amazing medieval town perched on a hill. Wear walking shoes! try the local wine and oil and eat in all of the local restaurants
Arrived at 7.30pm - way to late to enjoy this beautiful remote hotel. Suggest you arrive by 3pm so you can discover the lovely town it is built around. Greeted by the entire family it seemed - made to feel very welcome with a bottle of bubbly, local chocolates and hand made cakes in our room - wonderful gesture and a complete surprise. Lots of local restaurants within walking distance. Would recommend you hire a car to get here. We didn't and had problems getting a taxi back to the station the next day. Room was great but in hindsight I would request a room with a bath tub next time. Very very good value for money both in the hotel and the local shops and eatery's. Only small issue we had was a wait to get our bags when we checked out - suggest you pre arrange checkout the night before to avoid and mis-communication. Highly recommended lovely people and beautiful hotel and location. Amazing and romantic.
Recommendedby R Roseff from Betley Staffs UK
Lovely locationPosted May 8, 2014 on Hotels.com
Spent two days in this Albergo Difuso. Rooms scattered throughout a medieval Italian village. Rooms well furnished with excellent facilities. Staff very pleasant. Breakfast - V Good
for Business Travelersby AEB from Switzerland
NicePosted Apr 25, 2014 on Hotels.com
We stayed a couple nights, our room was nice and clean. We went with our infant son and they where helpful and very accommodating. The hotel rooms are spread all over town so expect a hike in a beautiful town. Breakfast was very well organize with fresh pastries and local produce. Down side internet did not work.
overpriced for what it offersPosted Jan 2, 2013 on Hotels.com
In fact this is not exactly a hotel but rooms in houses spread around the village. We had an unpleasant surprise upon arrival because the door of the reception was locked and there was a sign only in Italian. We tried calling the 3 numbers that were written but nobody picked-up. It turned out that the reception is only open after 3 o'clock but this was not mentioned anywhere. The staff is very polite and helpful but far from multilingual. The room was terribly cold but luckily we were given a heater. Very limited choice of TV chanels and a nasty smell in the wardrobe. Apart from that the room was clean and furnished in a nice rustic style. Despite the inconveniences we enjoyed our stay - the village has a very nice atmosphere and beautiful surroundings.