Lovely & friendly hotel in this non-touristy town
Posted Sep 20, 2016
Lugo di Romagna is not a tourist destination but it's a nice little town with good restaurants and a museum (and town square statue) dedicated to its famous son, WW1 fighter ace, Francesco Baracca, whose emblem was later given to Ferrari - the prancing horse.
I've stayed at this fine hotel several times and always enjoyed my times here. Rooms are very clean, huge bed, very good bathroom, tall ceilings, spacious corridors too. Breakfast was very civilised and could be taken outside too. Very good pricing for the rooms whwenever I have been here. I recommend the fixed-price lunch at 10 euros. Buffet style with starters, mains and dessert, drinks and coffee. Help yourself to what you want to eat: enjoyed by lots of locals and ladies who lunch:)
The hotel is easy to find and close to the centre. I walked there from the train station easily enough.
I was there on a Wednesday so browsed in the weekly market; v good for shoes.
Reception staff were v friendly & efficient.