After two weeks touring the Rome, Pisa & Tuscany areas with another couple, coming to this hotel was like visiting an oasis of peace and calm in the desert maelstrom of tourist Italy. It's like other reviewers have said - charming, quirky, old-fashioned in a nice way, but well worth a visit. Every room is different, with an odd collection of furniture and artifacts. Sit in some of the public rooms and you'll think you're in a museum. Accept it with, and enjoy, all its eccentricities and you'll really love your stay. Staff were pleasantly old-fashioned, but also long-serving, helpful and courteous. We ate in the outdoor restaurant a couple of nights which was a bit expensive but saved the walk to find the all too Italian alternatives. The regular dinner menu includes duck, but don't ask for it because according to the maitre d', they never have it and have never had it - perhaps there's no demand or is that what they tell everyone. Never mind, it adds to the unusual quirkyness of the place. Shame there's no pool though. A real secret gem of a hotel - we'd be more than happy to stay here again.
- Also Known As:
- Hotel Quattro Fontane
- Albergo Quattro Fontane
- Quattro Fontane Hotel Province Of Venice, Italy
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel set in a countryhouse villa amidst lovely gardens with restaurant offering outdoor dining; located one block from the beach. ... more less
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