A friendly Italian hotel
Posted Aug 19, 2009
This hotel is located in a small town. You need to drive up a small mountain to get there and you will need a car. We didn't meet any other British holidaymakers, but the staff were so helpful and ordered taxis, took special requests for food. The breakfast was very basic - croissants (delicious), jam, toast. Sometimes there were rolls, cakes and yoghurts. The cappuchinos were great, but there seemed to be difficulty in having just a glass of wine as opposed to a bottle! There is also great restaurant across the road. The swimming pool is open 9.00am to 5.30pm and has a lifeguard who will also sell you an ice-cream and swimming hat (compulsory - but best bring your own). There were several parties booked when we were there and they enjoy their fireworks. The mountain views are spectacular and you can sit on your balcony listening to the bells and singing from several churches.