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Reviewed 13 August 2012

My wife & I staying in the Hotel for a week recently and had a fantastic stay. The staff are friendly and helpful, the room was fantastic. The hotel is in a perfect location in the heart of the historical centre and we would highly recommend it to anyone planning to visit Arezzo.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Michael G
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Reviewed 23 April 2012

We spent one night at this hotel whilst travelling south and chose it because of it's central location. This out weighs the irritation of paying 22 euros to have the car valet parked but other niggles detracted from the hotel's overall standard. We were greeted by very pleasant staff and shown to our room which was reasonably spacious but, for some unaccountable reason in a Tuscan palazzo, was decorated with a Moroccan theme in gaudy - not restful - colours. We understand that the hotel has chosen to theme it's rooms on the travels of the writer Bruce Chatwin but as far as we are aware he never wrote a word about Morocco. The bathroom was overloaded with very nice toiletries but the bath and shower were oddly against the window requiring awful plastic curtains. There was nowhere in the bedroom to make tea or coffee - the hotel has no bar or lounge and the coffee machine in the basement is supplied only with indescribably horrid plastic cups. It would make more sense to replace the room mini-bar, surely unnecessary in a city with so many good restaurants and bars, with facilities for a hot drink. The computer in the bedroom with internet access was useful but not as useful as a kettle at seven in the morning before the breakfast room opened. However, as other reviewers have said there was a very good choice of food for the buffet breakfast and the room was not as subterranean in feel as other reviewers have suggested. This was a potentially very good hotel which seemed to miss the point of what travellers require.

Room Tip: Don't choose the Moroccan themed room if you want a restful sight.
  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank NormanLewis
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Reviewed 30 October 2011

great little hotel in middle of historic center. We stayed in the Arkadia room, which had 2 floors, a charming yellow bathroom decorated with shell mirror. The olive oil toiletries were really nice and also cute.great view out of the giant window onto a lovely cobbled street, very very close to the duomo. room was quiet and clean. The receptionist was very very nice and spoke perfect english. easy to reach hotel by car, they will take your car and park it for you if you don't feel like it. Arezzo town is very beautiful with great shops and restaurants and the equestrian center is nearby (by car). found a great tack store, Samarcanda, which had everything a rider could want. super hotel!

  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Shinyfluff
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Reviewed 16 August 2011

The hotel is in a perfect place, right in the middle of the historical center of the town; you will have a problem to reach it by car but if you call them in advance and give them the plate number they'll manage to have you authorized to enter the residents-only area. If you want they can arrange to have your car taken to a provate parking with a car valet service (they will pick the car at the hotel and take it back when you want), it's a bit expensive though (22 euros for this).

Warm welcome, the personnel is very kind; the room is nice and clean, all with authentic ancient furniture (which might look a bit kitsch but is simply the way it is... original stuff).

The hotel is very small, seven rooms, in an old building. Only problem: no elevator; it would not fit and, quite frankly, it would be out of place here. It's only one or two floors after all.

Old building means thick walls and... silence. A perfect sleep.

In the room we find a brand new Mac laptop connected to internet, free service, at check in they give you username and password to connect to the free wireless network with your own.

Notable the breakfast: everything was excellent (including tuscanian ham and pecorino cheese), the supplied goods were all of first level brands (not the usual nameless orange juice or youghourt and biscuits: all was of the first quality brands), plus there was a wide selection of gluten free products (bisquits, bread, etc) and other dietetic products on request. The breakfast room was funny: furnished with things from the 50's... it looked a bit like having landed in an episode of Happy Days.

The hotel is not cheap (is a four stars after all) but through the usual networks (i.e. booking.com) you can have good deals.

A definitive recommend from my side.

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank acocito
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Reviewed 10 July 2011

The aircon hasn't worked (apparently it's too hot at the moment :)), but lovely room with adjoining lounge area, right in centre of town next to San Francesco.

200 Euros seems a lot as there is no bar, garden, roof terrace...the breakfast room is a rather dingy windowless room, but we just loaded up a tray and brought it back to our room.

Free car park is a good 10 minute walk so if you have luggage, drop it off first and then go to find the car park OR pay €22 for valet parking.

Very nice all in all. Worth staying here to do the sights in Arezzo and get a taste of the nightlife (quite entertaining), but one night is probably enough. Team it with a break at the Badia di Pomaio, which is out of town with a pool, gardens, restaurant, bar etc

Room Tip: ask if the aircon really works. It's steaming hot in July if it doesn't
  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Julia75
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