Ratings based on 29 Verified Reviews
4.9 Room cleanliness
4.7 Service & staff
4.8 Room comfort
4.8 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
by A verified traveler
good view and very kind stuffsPosted Jun 3, 2016 on Hotels
Stuffs were very kind especially even we were late for breakfast hours, they still wait and let us ate.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Tel Aviv Israel
A visit in the southPosted May 17, 2016
This hotel is a must to stay every single thing in this place is 11 out of 10 room resturant evening and breakfast fantastic, the position as far as the view wonderfull don't miss a stay.
by A verified traveler
Posted Apr 18, 2016 on Hotels
It appears that this hotel is used for events and maybe business meetings. It has unusual, but interesting architecture. Our room was very spacious with nice linens, great bathroom and beautiful views of Picerno.
by Robyn from Australia
A Gem of a FindPosted Sep 26, 2015 on Hotels
What a gem of a find. Hotel is a little dated but extremely comfortable and clean. Staff went out of their way to be of assistance. We had lunch and dinner at the hotel as there is not much else around. Breakfast was included and very good. The meals were very reasonable and the service impeccable, mainly silver service. The hotel is more like a six star then a four star property. Would definitely stay there again
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Quiet location in the mountainsPosted Sep 14, 2015
Pros: Extremely spacious
Cons: The internet was not great and the reception was not 24 hours. People tried to call me at midnight local time and no one answered.
Location: Picerno and Potanza are interesting towns on top of the hills. Interesting shopping and old city in Potanza
This hotel seems to cater for Wedding receptions. We did not see many other guests.
by Steve from Berlin
A+Posted Aug 17, 2015 on Hotels
Definitely very relaxing ! Top quality. It is the kind of place where you know that whoever is behind it created it out of passion and love for the hotel industry.
by michael from Sheffield
Gorgeous place!Posted Jun 28, 2015 on Hotels
This has got to be one of if not the best Hotels we have ever stayed at, sat on the balcony taking in the sun and with a view to die for the staff could not do enough for you, the food and service were excellent thank you! Would highly recommend even though it's a very rural location
by ed from Maryland USA
Great place to stop along the way---to the westPosted Jul 16, 2013 on Hotels
Very nice hotel, in a remote area of italy , but a great stop along your drive to the west coast... Everyone was happy to help us , they spoke little english , but went out of there way to help.. The restaurant was GREAT, the chief made a amazing meal... the suff tried so hard to help and understand us.. we made it work and it was a great overnight stop and stay for some rest
for Everyoneby Tony from DC
Visit to BasilicataPosted Jul 7, 2013
Pros: The rooms are unusually large by Italian hotel standards, everything new and well maintained. Breakfast is unusual, pastry and more pastry.
Cons: Hotel has a formal dining room but could use with a less formal dining area if you wish to have a casual lighter meal. A bar would be good also.
Location: Good jumping off point for visiting the many historical areas of Basilicata, like Melfi, Venossa, Matera, etc.
The hotel is unusual in design as mentioned in other reviews. However, it is a fabulous facility. It is primarily built as an event hotel but just staying as a hotel guest you are treated wonderfully. The entire staff of the hotel is quiet/soft sopken and extremely helpful to any need. Location is incomparable as you look out over to the hillside town of Picerno. No matter where you are in this hotel you look out at Picerno and that beautiful vista. The gardens are maintained beautifully. The entire hotel is custom built from handrails, walls of stone, floors of multicolored tiles, everything must have been done by craftsmen. Basilicata is not on the usual Italian tourist route but is an area of Italian that rivals Tuscany in visual landscape. It is certainly an area that hikers, campers, walkers and historians would enjoy. Can't imagine the area will remain undiscovered for long. It is certainly a welcome escape from the madness of Naples. Any visitor should be forewarned that the entire area just shuts down from about 1pm to 5pm but once the heat of the day subsides the entire population begins to bring each town alive. Matera and the Sassi area is a World Heritage site and should not be missed. The archeological museum in Melfi rivals that of the museum in Naples. In fact, I think it is better in its presentation and contents, which are the archeological finds of the Basilicata area.
by A verified traveler
Posted May 26, 2017 on Hotels