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Villa del Lauro
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Reviewed 10 August 2012

we stayed one week in august with my husband and my two kids. First of all everything was ok : good welcome, well decorated rooms, beautiful architecture and good localisation). But the following days, we had a lot of problems (one or two would have been ok) that couldn't happen in a 4 star hotel :
- conditioned air system failed and a lot of of water on the ground of the kids room; we've been told by the receiption to leave the windows shut
- no bread at the beakfast time for those who sleep until 9h45 (the breakfast finishes at 10h)
- no chocolate cereals for the kids for 3 mornings
- and the worst ! no available table for us and 4 other clients 2 mornings (we were waiting for a table in the stairs !!!)
- there is no relaxing chairs around the swimming pool ; we've beeen told that most clients don't stay all the day at the hotel because they go for visiting so relaxing chairs are not useful.
- no wifi in the rooms neither in the garden (just in the breakfast room ; great, for a 4 star hotel)
- one morning we were waken up by a big noise in a garden. A mess !! the garden was been mowed !! At 8 o'clock in the morning !!

What a pity for this cosy and well located hotel. If you like 4 star hotel services, don't go there. Just go and have a look at the decoration if you like interior decoration.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 15 July 2012

Stayed here with 8 mothers for work. We all had our own rooms and each room was unique!.. Close to everything you could ever want to do in the city. Enjoyed Prosecco at the pool one afternoon, delightful! Great location, beautifuly done. A great place to stay!

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled on business
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Thank Matt P
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Reviewed 27 July 2011

In thirty years of travelling to Italy this is one of the most charming hotels we have stayed in. On our arrival we received a wonderful, warm welcome from Francesca who gave us plenty of information that would prove useful to us in the days ahead. We had intended to stay for four days but we were so enchanted by both Ragusa and the Villa Lauro that we stayed for a week. Our room was on two levels with a kitchen/diner at entry level and a well equipped bedroom and spacious bathroom upstairs.From our French windows we had access to a small balcony with private steps to a beautiful garden and two pools which were a very welcome haven in the hot afternoons. A delicious breakfast, served in a sunny morning room overlooking the garden, provided an excellent start to the day.

Room Tip: Our room was a superior one with Fench windows which opened on to a small balcony with steps leading to the gardens.
  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 12 April 2011

A delicious pool in a lush green garden --in the middle of the hot stone city-- was a real treat. We always had the pool and garden to ourselves. ....Here --as in other hotels-- I crammed a 14-yr-old and a 10-yr-old into a sole room with us 2 parents (two double beds, a single bathroom)... but here, we used the public areas as an extension of our family space and it made a huge difference. (The elegant breakfast rooms, the lawn, the double pool, the garden showers and even garden WCs.)

  • Stayed: July 2010, travelled with family
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Thank AAinNY
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Reviewed 20 November 2017
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  • Stayed: November 2017, travelled with friends
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