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Castello Orsini Hotel
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Reviewed 25 February 2013

Impressive castle with an awe-inspiring countryside! Lovely environment if you want to get an idea of what living was like in the past centuries without using a time machine! We stayed there as a family and the staff was very accomodating, the rooms are well heated, spacious and elegantly furnished. It can be a bit tiring to get around since there are cobblestones and stone steps but there is also a very modern lift that connects the garden and parking area to the main level of the hotel. The restaurant is lovely yet a bit pricy. The food is good and the staff a bit disorganized but very kind. The guided tour is well worth taking, just remind the extremely pleasant and well-informed guide to wait for the entire group to be present in each room before giving her presentation.

  • Stayed: February 2013, travelled with family
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1  Thank TINA-timal156
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Reviewed 25 February 2013

We booked a room he for ne year eve. We were very surprised to find out that was almost a real castle. We spend a week on November in Chianti region traveling, and stopped mostly in castles but this one just exceeded all expectations.

Castle is just 40 min drive from Rome. Well furnished, and decorated. Each room differs from other and you will in almost as in medieval atmosphere.

As part of NY eve package we had a dinner which was very delicious and tasty.

The castle has a swimming pool and good spa center. It looks like a good place to come for weekend form Rome

  • Stayed: December 2012, travelled with family
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Thank Alexey2001
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Reviewed 23 November 2012

When i told my friends we would be staying in a castle on our last night in Europe after an 11 night cruise, they apparently did not believe me until they arrived. The hotel is located about 50 miles from the airport, and 1.5 hours from the cruise port, surrounded by beautiful countryside. This property was built in the 11th century, magnificent stone work complete with moat and turrets! It is an easy walk into the small village which has some small restaurants, local bars, post office, bank etc. The property has a beautiful heated pool with a roof which is opened up in the warmer months and spa appointments available with advance notice.
The gardens are pretty, and we nibbled on pomegranates which were dropping off the trees. Take note of the magnificent artifacts, paintings, frescos, ornate ceilings, tapestries and suits of armor located all over the castle. Every room is unique, some are huge and ornate with 2 levels, some more simple, but I believe all bathrooms are updated, some extremely modern with heated towel rails and modern tubs or showers, some more rustic with stone walls and wood ceilings. I would caution anyone who has issues walking as there are lots of (Beautiful) cobblestones, steps and stairs, but may these be an issue for some. There is a very modern but amazingly well hidden elevator which goes between the garden and main level only The internet was very fast, and reasonable (for Europe) at EUR10/hr. the room had individual units for heat/air which worked very effectively. We had both lunch and dinner in the dining room, expensive by American standards but a good, although not gourmet meal. We would have liked to have some lighter options for lunch, something other than the set menu such as just a soup/salad, Mozzarella/tomato or a Proscuitto sandwich. The pasta for both lunch and dinner was outstanding, and wines reasonably priced. The breakfast was an extended continental, excellent coffees, juices, cakes, cold cuts, cheese, cereal, breads, yogurt etc. MUCH more than a basic European breakfast and I am amazed at the reviewer who was. "upset" because there were no eggs. Get real people, this is not the Waffle House.
Oriana and her staff were wonderful, taking care of all our needs including assistance with tours. A truly unique and wonderful experience.
As someone with 20+ years of International hotel experience, i would like to address some of the other reviews
I did not find the hotel to be "musty" but an ancient castle with thick stone walls and old wood does not smell the same as a contemporary steel building or an old building where the historical structure has been covered with ugly plaster, siding, drywall or cement. In addition "musty" does not mean mould, and I saw no evidence of any mould, fungus or damp walls. Yes, a few draughts but nothing that the characteristics of this unique place did not over ride. The sheets were fresh and anyone who thinks that hotels change sheets every day is under a misconception - unless you are staying at a very expensive 5 star hotel and even then many are now asking you to indicate if you want your sheets changed daily. In addition, please consider the effect on the environment with excessive water use and energy consumption.
Please also note that many reviews are very old, the hotel has been through an extensive 11 year renovation and under new management for the last 2 or 3.
And no, you cannot put a star rating on this magical place. If you are looking for a unique experience away from the hustle and bustle of Rome where you can go back in time and get to sleep in a real castle, don't miss this. I do wish we had spent at least 2 nights to see more of the area - 4 of my party however did stay longer and had a very enjoyable tour in a private car with driver arranged by Oriana.

Room Tip: Some rooms are larger than others, make sure you understand that every room is different and unique, but if you are looking for a larger or specific room, bed type or location, make sure you book one of those.
  • Stayed: November 2012, travelled with friends
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2  Thank AdeleG63
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Reviewed 13 October 2012

We choised this Castello for our wedding anniversary and made the wedding ceremony. It was really beautifull - we were Prince and Princes. On the one hand - this is live history. Hotel is in the Castel of 10th Century, inside this wonderful building we saw a lot of historical pieces. There is even a thron - and you can make photos as a King or a Queen, or together :-) on the another hand in the hotel we found really clever and friendly staff. Especially we would like to thank Oriana Cobisi - manager of our wedding and Luigi Paulucci Baroukh - Master of the Ceremony and talented tenor. So, we can strongly recommend to make a miracle in your life and choose Castello Orsini Hotel.

Stayed: October 2012, travelled as a couple
Thank Alexander_and_Irina
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Reviewed 12 March 2012

Our daughter and fiance chose Castle Orsini for their wedding destination, and we were all quite pleased that they did. We rented a car in Rome (a short distance away) to get there, which worked well not only for us, but to pick up additional family at the train station nearby. It was quite exciting to stay in an actual X Century Castle and everyone was impressed by the entire experience. The staff, who spoke excellant English, were extremely accomadating. Our rooms were amazing (suites, some with 2 levels) and some also had outside balcony access and wonderful views of the surrounding countryside. Mine had individual heat/air and I assume they all do. Prices very reasonable, however this was "off-season" and uncertain of summer rates. Nobody detected musty odors at any point. Dinner was amazing, service great, and everyone very attentive. I agree breakfast was limited compared to American hotels, but also discovered this was the norm for European B&B's. We enjoyed the heated pool, but as only there overnite did not participate in much else. Noted there is a Fitness Center available. My friends have also been quite impressed when viewing the pictures and I think a little jealous, too. I would not hesitate to recommend Orsini Castle!

Room Tip: Especially enjoyed the rooms with outside access, with amazing views!
  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled with family
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Thank MariMac
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