Antica Corte Pallavicina Relais
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Antica Corte Pallavicina Relais

Strada Palazzo Due Torri 3, 43016 Polesine Parmense Italy
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Looking for a place to stay in Polesine Parmense? Then look no further than Antica Corte Pallavicina Relais, a luxury hotel that brings the best of Polesine Parmense to your doorstep.

Rooms at Antica Corte Pallavicina Relais provide a refrigerator, air conditioning, and a fireplace, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.

In addition, while staying at Antica Corte Pallavicina Relais guests have access to room service, a concierge, and a gift shop. You can also enjoy free breakfast. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Antica Corte Pallavicina Hotel.

While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Italian restaurants, including Antica Corte Pallavicina, Al Cavallino Bianco, and La Vecchia Baracca, all of which are a short distance from Antica Corte Pallavicina Hotel.

Best of all, Antica Corte Pallavicina Relais makes it easy to experience some great Polesine Parmense attractions like Antica Corte Pallavicina, which is a popular castle.

We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Antica Corte Pallavicina Relais as you experience everything Polesine Parmense has to offer.

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Strada Palazzo Due Torri 3, 43016 Polesine Parmense Italy
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#rooftopfoodie wrote a review Jul 2020
Zurich, Switzerland
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Everything about staying at Antica Corte Pallavicina has a special feeling about it. From the beautiful entrance through the gorgeous living areas and the unique bedrooms. It feels like following in the footsteps of one-time nobility.
The castle also houses a museum dedicated to the region’s dry-cured ham, the Culatello and they are the only producers of culatello from black pig. Two onsite restaurants offer the chance to taste this amazing product and you can also have some with your breakfast on the gorgeus courtyard. The Relais’ Michelon starred restaurant really should not be missed if staying here.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Heli K wrote a review Jul 2023
Lappeenranta, Finland
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed two nights in this lovely Italian 14th century farmhouse. There is also a Michelin star restaurant and an other restaurant Osteria which is serving also breakfast.

Our stay was very relaxing and pleasant in every way.
Staff was very very nice both in hotel and restaurants. Room was spacious, wifi was very good and air conditioning excellent.

We ate dinner in both restaurants. In Massimo Spigaroli's Michelin star restaurant (which is also Forbes TOP 100 Italian restaurants list) we had a menu and wine package which was around 860 euros for four persons. We took a menu with lot of vegetables and actually no meat at all. And what is nice is that most of the incredients they use in their restaurants come from their own farm. Especially the dessert (Sabayon sauce + pears + ice cream) was a unique experience since it was done in front of us. It was also very nice that Mr Spigaroli came to say hello to us.

They also produce Culatello in this farm and it was excellent. Once you have tasted excellent Culatello Parma ham is "nothing". Culatello we had in Osteria were we also tasted their white cows' meat.

My friend had wanted to arrange a small surprise for us and they made the best cake ever for our anniversary.

If you want to have a relaxing stay with good food I highly recommend this place.
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Date of stay: July 2023
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
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rgrici wrote a review Aug 2020
Alcobendas, Spain
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We went for one night with dinner. Fantastic experience. We visited the cave and the culatellos and we then experienced the dinner. The food was typical of the area but absolutely outstanding. The culatello was great as well as the ravioli. Rooms are nice and typical. The landscape deserves a walk and don't miss Parma for a visit. Strongly recommended
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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murmietier wrote a review Sept 2022
Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Nice ladies at the reception. If you find the smell of barn animals offensive, you might prefer to lodge elsewhere. There's a huge electric mast next to the property, The young waiter at breakfast picked his nose, then with his bare hands squeezed the piece of bread he was about to serve me to check how fresh it was. Yuck. Would not expect this behavior at a classy property. Ladies at reception were delightful, My room was v. dark. It's an old building - so not many large windows. I do not recommend a sunset walk unless you have some serious mosquito spray. Def. a unique place. Not sure it has a place among the hotel group 'Les Collectionneurs'. To each his own. That being said, dogs are welcome.
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Date of stay: August 2022
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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luca m wrote a review Mar 2012
Modena, Italy
2.0 of 5 bubbles
I recently enjoyed a tour of Pallavicna's meat and wine production. Their estate is beautiful and worth visiting. I can't speak to the accommodation as I didn't stay there overnight, but our group of 15 each paid 35euros for lunch assuming it would be a complete meal. But it turned out to be a snack, composed of simple bread and a selection of cured meats, sweet wine and an unpleasant dessert!! If I knew that’s what they were serving I would have eaten elsewhere. Bread and cured meat is not a meal, and is insulting to charge 35euros for it. When we arrived into their lovely courtyard they have an all glass restaurant, which was where I was looking forward to enjoying our meal. After the tour we ate this rushed snack in the cold, dark cantina. Again I enjoyed the tour of their estate and food productions but wished I had eaten someplace else where I could have gotten a complete, quality meal in a nice environment.
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Date of stay: March 2012Trip type: Travelled with friends
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juniperbeans wrote a review Nov 2014
new york, ny
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We received an email less than a week prior to our check-in date informing us that the rooms that we booked nearly four months ago were in fact not available to us. It was explained to us that a group of guests who visit annually requested to come that same weekend so our rooms were given to them, despite the fact that we had confirmed reservations from four months prior. Instead we were offered one room to share with my husband, my parents and myself. We were not very keen on this, but the manager Giovanni said he would email us photos immediately to see if we were ok with this. He never sent the photos. He then said he would look into getting us the two rooms back and would email within 15 minutes to confirm. After six hours of not hearing back (and now five days prior to check in) we decided to book rooms elsewhere. When we called to inform him of this he was quite rude. As if it was unreasonable for us to book rooms somewhere else when we didn't even know if we had a place to stay with the hotel and twice he didn't send emails we were promised.

Despite our poor feelings toward the hotel, we rented a car in Parma (where we ended up staying) and drove an hour in the rain only to discover that the class we signed up for three months ago was cancelled. Mind you, the entire reason we were staying at this hotel was to learn to make their famed salumi's. We confirmed with you when we spoke on the phone with Giovanni about the room a few days prior that this class was still available and he said yes. I understand that there was issues with flooding as the area had been receiving a lot of rain and that was why the class was not being held. However that is no excuse not to communicate with guests. We should absolutely have been informed that the class had changed from a salumi class to a cooking class-- because we would not have spent our money on the car or our time on the drive to take a cooking class. My husband is a professional chef and we were coming to learn specifically about salumi. It should not have been assumed that we were ok taking/paying for a different class than we had signed up. Just as it should not have been assumed the four of us would be ok staying in one room when we had booked two rooms.

We planned our trip around staying at this hotel and taking this class. My parents chose to visit during this time so that they can join us for this. My husband has been looking forward to this as being the highlight of our trip. The fact that there was such a complete disrespect for us and our business is shocking. As two people that work in the hospitality business, we simply do not understand how they choose to treat guests. It is truly such a disappointment and such a poor way to do business.

Additionally, given all of the mistakes that have been made with regard to our reservations, they never reached out to apologize nor did they respond to an email complaint that was sent over a week ago.

There are way too many beautiful places in Italy to stay, where hospitality is warm and genuine. Don't waste your time or money here.
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Date of stay: November 2014
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Antica Corte P, Direttore at Antica Corte Pallavicina Relais
Responded 27 Nov 2014
Buongiorno Julia, siamo sinceramente dispiaciuti per l'accaduto, purtroppo ci sono state diverse concause che hanno reso impossibile un corso di norcineria la data del 15 novembre, è nostra premura chiarire alcuni punti che hanno reso impossibile la realizzazione del corso: La piena del fiume Po che ha investito la bassa parmense è stata la più violenta degli ultimi 14 anni, proprio nella giornata di sabato era stata decretata dalla prefettura la disposizione di evacquare gli stabili a ridosso del fiume. La comunicazione era arrivata solamente la sera prima la data del suo arrivo, e come capisce si tratta di eventi catastrofici difficili da prevedere e controllare, eravamo comunque in grado quella mattina di proporle una soluzione di "emergenza": un corso di cucina sul maiale tenuto personalmente dallo chef Spigaroli.Questo non avrebbe di certo sostituito il corso di norcineria, ma era l'unica alternativa possibile in un momento come quello,infatti gli ambienti deputati non potevano essere utilizzati trattandosi dei piani bassi, a rischio allagamento. Comprendevamo il suo disappunto e la delusione per chi come lei aveva attraversato l'oceano per poter godere della nostra ospitalità. Purtroppo non avevamo alternative. Fortunatamente dopo 4 giorni insonni a presidiare gli argini, l fiume ha cominciato a defluire senza causare danni alla struttura. Capiamo che non sarà facile dimenticare, ma ci farebbe un immenso piacere averla qui con la sua famiglia all'Antica Corte Pallavicina per farle scoprire l'ospitalità che ci ha resi famosi in tutto il mondo. Con viva cordialità porgo distinti saluti Dott.Giovanni Lucchi
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Cindy C wrote a review Jul 2012
Los Gatos, California
2.0 of 5 bubbles
This review is for the hotel not the restaurant. The restaurant is fabulous--clean and beautiful, serving amazing food. The hotel was not close to the level of the restaurant and was not worth the price. We had reservations for two nights and left after one. I have not done that in twenty years.
We arrived on a very hot and humid day. We walked into the reception room, which is the former kitchen. It was a terrific historic kitchen, but there was no one to greet us. There were flies everywhere and it was very hot. Finally a woman came out and gave us the keys to our suite on the second floor. There was no offer to get us help to bring the luggage up the stairs.
Antica Corte Pallavicina is a very old home that was later converted to a farm (200 years ago). It is a beautiful old building. Downstairs there are huge old rooms with hand painted ceilings that have been restored, big fire places and grand chandeliers. Unfortunately it was dirty. There was dust in the corners. The window were not clean, as I was looking out one, two beetles ran across the ledge. It entire hotel was decorated with pumpkins, in June.
Our rooms were in the tower. The bedroom on top had no windows, only two tiny (5 inch) windows are each wall. My husband liked them, he thought they were for guns. He said it was like staying overnight in a castle/museum. It was very dark. The pillows were lumpy, but the sheets were nice. Although we had the air conditioner it stayed very hot. Downstairs we had a living room with a fold away bed and a much better air conditioner. But also a beautiful old fire place that was full of spider webs. There was a small bowl of fruit on the mini bar, with a fly on it. There was an espresso maker, but with only decaf coffee for it.
The bathroom had no counter space, just a huge black sink. It was modern and cool, but not great for a woman trying to put on make up. The floor of the shower was slats of wood, with mold below. My 14 year old son loved it. The floor of the bathroom looked dirty. I took a white hand towel to clean them. By the amount of dirt on that towel, I don't think the floor had been washed in a while. I finished cleaning the bathroom floor and I tried not to think about the floors in the rest of the rooms.
On top of it all, there was this smell. Of course, it is a farm, there are smell on farms, but it was really strong. We visited the cows next door. They were contributing to it. Later on when we toured the cellar and saw the 2000 procuitos curing, I realized in the hot humid weather, they were contributing to the smell. It was very interesting to see them all, but I think it would be better in cooler weather.
I was very excited to see the river Po next to the hotel, shown on the website. We climbed up the little hill only to see a nearly empty river bed and some swamp land. Apparently it dries up in June. The gardens in the front of the hotel are absolutely gorgeous and bountiful--full of vegetables, herbs and flowers for the restaurant.
That night we had an amazing dinner. The place was full. It was very elegant, with solid glass walls. You could see peacocks roaming around. Definitely a one star place, plus very well priced, including the wine. Service was very good. We had some of the best stuffed pastas of the trip, farm egg on asparagus and gorgeous pork.
In the morning we had breakfast in the courtyard--beautiful linens and china, yummy breads and fresh eggs, but it still smelled of cow and there were lots of flies. The service was friendly and efficient.
The next day we checked out early. A very nice man offered to help us with our luggage
To be fair, but husband and son were fine with the hotel. My son liked it, but didn't like the smells and my husband thought it was OK, liking the sense of history but it was too hot and overpriced. Perhaps is is a hotel for people looking for history and farm living rather that cleanliness and comfort.
This hotel has a ton of potential. But they have a way to go to get the hotel to the level of the restaurant. I realize it is a farm-hotel, but they need to take a little more of the farm elements out of it. I would recommend eating at the amazing restaurant and staying elsewhere at this time.
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Date of stay: June 2012
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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Always4Travelling wrote a review Jul 2019
New York City, New York
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We originally planned our stay for last summer but when our plane canceled our flight to Bologna we were beyond heartbroken. We needed to wait an entire 2nd year to return as we only visit Italy for two weeks in the summer and we were at the end of our stay. For two years I researched information about the rooms, perused the dozens of pictures that past reviewers posted, and dreamed about what my stay would be like. Upon arrival, I experienced the unexpected sounds of music in my head... The type that movies play at the climax of the beauty displayed on the screen... The gardenias in bloom, the blue-green peacocks in all their glory, the scent of cured pork (culatello) that permeated throughout the property... Every single thing was perfect. Our room was ready when we arrived around noon. Our view was charming and the accommodations were very well appointed for such a historic property. The shower with its rainfall feature was a nice touch. The soaking tub, while not used, was a romantic feature that seemed like a perfect addition to the room. Did we see spiders in the hall? Yes... It's a 500+ farmhouse... But it had so much character and charm that I looked past it. We had a great night's sleep as the area is extremely quiet and only the random peacock wails could be heard throughout the property. Breakfast was served in the hosteria in the morning and was a perfect way to begin the day. They offered fresh squeezed juices, parmigiano and other pecorino cheeses. They had slices of their award winning culatello along with lardo. Some fresh baked goods including a fruit filled crostata and a lemony round biscuit which was perfectly sweet and delicious. Eggs were also offered to order as an omelet, sunnyside up or scrambled and finally there were yogurts with some interesting additions. Coffee and cappuccino were happily prepared upon request and the dining room was a well appointed room where guests had a view of the property through the glass windows. Check in and check out was very efficient and every person we came in contact with was beyond genuinely kind. We had reservations for their Michelin starred restaurant which I'll review separately and we ate at the Osteria upon our arrival to begin our culatello adventures. We were allowed to tour the culatello cellars and museum alone with a self-guided audio system. I don't know if that's norm, but it was definitely nice to be able to see the exhibit at our own pace. I absolutely loved touring the dark, winding cellars - - albeit slightly scary with the webs and spiders abound... We couldn't have had a more perfect stay. Oh and being able to see that George Clooney stayed at the property just days before us didn't hurt either. Maybe the only thing that could have made it better was getting to see him there too. I was slightly concerned while reading some other reviews, but if you go to this amazing property with an open mind and an understanding that it is a farmhouse, you'll appreciate the things that others may scoff at as being 'less luxurious'. Go, disconnect, and enjoy the peace of old-world charm that's nestled outside of Parma.
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Michael wrote a review Jun 2019
Turin, Italy
4.0 of 5 bubbles
In the berth of the greatest Italian Opera's tradition and nested on the banks of PO river natural reserve this Charming Relais is the house of the world renowned Museo del Culatello.
Culatello is the Rolls Royce of the Italian hams, cured at least 30 months and produced with a traditional recipe which is rooting back many centuries. Just delicious and tasty with a unique flavor is competing with the Spanish Jamon de Pata Negra Joselito for the Crown of the best ham in the world. In the cellars of this magic place, where the time seems to be stopped at least 60/70 years ago, more than 6000 Culatello hams are aging and ripening waiting to be ready to be shipped to the very best starred restaurants all over the world. In the 1 Michelin Star Restaurant of the Relais we had a culatello Tasting experience with 8 different types and vintages of this great Ham and some samples of its historic recipes.
Absolutely not to be missed the soup Soffici ai tre Parmigiani in brodo di gallina and black truffles.
Just climaxing!!
This is really a great place for a unique pit stop with your beloved partner.
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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John K wrote a review Sept 2017
Washington DC, District of Columbia
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I've never left a one out of five TripAdvisor review before, but Antica Corte Pallavicina Relais has earned it. I emailed them directly before posting this review publicly, in part to give them ample opportunity to refund me for at least one night. It has been 72 hours and they have not responded to the email.

I shouldn't have expected an expedient response to my email of complaint, because emails I sent asking questions before our arrival went days without reply. This is a beautiful property, but our experience with the service nearly ruined our stay entirely.

My girlfriend and I were told we would have to arrive by 11PM on August 25th in order to check-in. When we arrived just before 11PM we had to search for a member of staff to help us. We approached a man and woman behind the outdoor bar; asked them for assistance; and a woman who already had her purse on apparently to leave showed us to our room. No one told us where we should park or even so much as asked if we had luggage, let alone help us to bring it up the dark stairway to our room.

The following morning we did a bike tour of the surrounding cheese factory and farm with the woman who had given us our room key the previous night. She was amiable and pleasant but it was revealed that she was a temporary intern from the city of Parma. She did not know enough about the various stops on our tour to answer basic questions. There was a language barrier and she would apparently pretend to have understood some questions and answered them oddly. She was very kind, but the hotel should put someone knowledgeable in the position of tour guide.

When we returned to the hotel after our bike tour, things devolved speedily. First, I approached a man in glasses in the office because we had made two separate reservations, one for a regular room on the first night and the second for a suite on the second night. The man said that the suite was unavailable, attempted to place the blame on, and importantly DID NOT APOLOGIZE. Even if had made a mistake originally, we had made our reservation WEEKS in advance and Antica Corte therefore had WEEKS to alert us that they would not provide the room we booked.

The hotel had accepted a wedding ceremony and reception which took over the property for the day. Loud and poorly sung karaoke vibrated our room walls in the middle of the day making it impossible to rest. We had planned to spend the day relaxing and exploring the palace grounds, but there was no way to do that. The majority of the wedding party stood on one side of the palace garden while one man's music-accompanied crooning boomed across to them through speakers on the other side. I can provide video with the wedding noise through a private message, but cannot post it within this review.

It is suspicious to say the least that the suite we reserved well-in-advance was not available on the night of the wedding. But going further, the hotel had no business allowing any rooms to be booked for wedding-non-guests if they were going to allow the wedding to entirely take over the palace.

Because we could not comfortably stay, we left for the entire day and returned late at night. Throughout our stay, we were stared at in an unfriendly manner by members of staff. I felt at times like an afterthought and at times as if we were unwelcome trespassers on the property.

The following morning a new woman was in the office when we checked out and she gave us a tour of the palace culatello and cheese cellar. She was very kind and knowledgeable and is an asset to the hotel. We told her we had done the cheese factory and farm tour and her references to that tour made it clear that the intern woman had not showed us part of the cheese factory we would have enjoyed seeing.

It is in part because the last woman was so wonderful that I did not feel it appropriate to complain to her as we checked out. She, the beauty and interesting nature of the property, and the fact that the hotel was apparently capable in mailing some items to a friend of mine, have earned it its solitary star. Though again, no one offered to help with our bags.

I do not think it is appropriate to have charged us for the day in which we could neither enjoy the property nor stay in the suite to which we were entitled, much less to do so without apology.

Like the siren's call that wrecks your ship, this property is beautiful -- avoid it at all costs.
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Date of stay: August 2017
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Charles S asked a question Aug 2018
Corona, California
What time of the day/evening do they allow check-ins?
Answer from Peter
Bucharest, Romania45 contributions71 helpful votes
We checked in at 11 00 in the morning. It was no problem. Very friendly, helpful staff I would call directly and ask the specific date/day. But they are very guest friendly and flexible
Answer from Monica P
Phoenix, Arizona37 contributions28 helpful votes
Yes! The number to make a reservation is 39 0524 936539
Answer from Mike R
Atascadero, California19 contributions5 helpful votes
This hotel has a cellar that is used for the aging of culatello. There are 1000's in the cellar, a number of which are tagged and owned by individuals - many famous.
Answer from Barono74
Geneva, Switzerland153 contributions182 helpful votes
Smart and chic casual, not formal.
WPQ asked a question Sept 2015
California542 contributions94 helpful votes
Do the rooms have air con? Going in mid June.
Answer from Monica P
Phoenix, Arizona37 contributions28 helpful votes
Yes, they do have air conditioning. The area is particularly humid and warm
shtinky wrote a tip May 2023
Umbertide, Italy238 contributions144 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"It is a working farm. It is 30-40 minutes by car from any city. They have a beautiful space but they don’t use it well. Never clean it up"
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ZedHead67 wrote a tip Aug 2019
Bangkok, Thailand14 contributions21 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Bring an appetite!"
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57gold wrote a tip Jul 2018
Tampa, Florida60 contributions18 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Had two rooms, one in historic castle the other in the renovated attached building, both nice."
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Equityresearch wrote a tip Jul 2017
Tampa, Florida154 contributions128 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Dont need the suite."
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pixiepizza wrote a tip Jul 2016
Santa Monica, California34 contributions55 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Highly recommend the suite - lots of space, and the perfect castle-like feel"
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Nearby attractions include Castello di Vigoleno (4.2 miles), Teatro Verdi (3.5 miles), and Museo Casa Barezzi (3.5 miles).
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Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
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Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and an outdoor dining area during their stay.
Is parking available at Antica Corte Pallavicina Relais?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Antica Corte Pallavicina Relais?
Conveniently located restaurants include Trattoria Vernizzi, Ristorante L'Osteria, and La Vecchia Baracca.
Is Antica Corte Pallavicina Relais located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.1 miles away from the centre of Polesine Parmense.
Are pets allowed at Antica Corte Pallavicina Relais?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Antica Corte Pallavicina Relais offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and a banquet room during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Antica Corte Pallavicina Relais?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, and Italian.
Are there any historical sites close to Antica Corte Pallavicina Relais?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Chiesa di S. Michele Arcangelo (4.8 miles), Santuario della Beata Vergine di Busseto (3.7 miles), and Chiesa di S. Rocco di Busseto (4.7 miles).
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