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UNA Palazzo Mannaioni
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Reviewed 20 May 2013

The Palazzo has been as described. A wonderful place with a wonderful surrounding and a very friendly staff.
It was very clean and people very helpful. Anyway we have been there in the pre season and had a special offer. 99 Euros pP including a superior room, breakfast, a wine and cheese tasting and a bottle of wine in the room.
The superior room was not that large we expected. I read before about too small rooms in this rating.
The number of staff was low so they have been too busy. While our wine tasting our server left without coming back because he needed to serve the dinner.
In the restaurant the food was served in a perfect atmosphere, perfect in the way of serving and everything looked perfect. But the food itself did not taste the same level.
The beef was chewy and the lamb racks without too much meat. All in all it was not very surprising.
With all the service, the atmosphere, the building and what else, just the food was a disappointment.

Room Tip: You will be asked for a room you like. Take your time to see them. The prices in the restaurant seem to be good. We have been a little disappointed about the quality.
  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Godot H
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Reviewed 24 January 2013

My husband and I had a fantastic four-day stay at Una. We would recommend this hotel without any reservations. The view from the balcony of our room was just lovely, the staff were extremely helpful, the breakfast good, and the room very comfortable. The décor is beautiful and you can cozy up to the bar with a glass of wine or sit in the lobby couches and read a book. The only downside is the charge for internet….get it for free at the café down the street.

  • Stayed: January 2013, travelled as a couple
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4  Thank jolotraveler
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Reviewed 8 December 2012

We stayed here three nights at the end of a 2 week tour (off season). Our room exuded old world charm, decorated nicely and very accommodating. Large bathroom with walk-in shower-–important to me with prosthetics. The hotel is tucked out of the way in a quiet sleepy mountain town. Plenty of restaurants and pizzerias to satisfy your Italian cravings. The staff was courteous and fun-loving. The opera was only in the dining room at breakfast, you are in Italy for God's sake. I read some of these reviews and suggest that the nay Sayers stay on the well beaten tourist path and stay at the Hilton. Our small motor coach could not drop off in the front of the building which required walking up the back stairs to the rear entrance..Not a complaint, just fact. Charming little town!

Room Tip: Married couples got the big rooms, singles the smaller ones
  • Stayed: December 2012, travelled with friends
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2  Thank BL H
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Reviewed 30 November 2012

We stayed in the new section of the hotel which is about 5 minutes to walk from the old restored section. It was a walk out the front door of the hotel, right past the pool, left down steps, right down more steps around to an underground floor then a walk through a tunnel under the street, then walk or take an elevator up to our room. The entrance to reception is really interesting through a secure tunnel area. Our room was nice and the bathroom large but nothing that represented an historic property. The staff were helpful. It is a convenient walk to the old walled section of the small town and also the co-op supermarket outside the wall which is reached by walking down steps or taking an outdoor elevator to the entrance one flight down from the hotel street level. Drinks in the hotel were expensive. The location is by a school but it wasn't noisy or crowded with kids outside school hours.

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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4  Thank lbellen
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Reviewed 11 October 2012

I stay in excellent hotels around the world, and ai read the reviews and wonder what people expect. we stayed 4 nights and it rates amongst a number of hotels in the good / high category. The hotel has character and is in a small mountain-top town typical of the area. The rooms are larger than normal, ours in the old building had a wonderful view over the countryside, and you were close to the other buildings, so you were immersed in the character of the town. The hotel is clean and well decorated. Yes this is a small town...not a Siena or Tourist trap... It is a normal Italian town. There are sufficient restaurants in the town, to cater to all tastes... We ate in the resto... Good food, with sufficient breakfast, good dinner but with pricing what you would find in any hotel. Only complaint is please change the music... opera is a bit grating especially when you hear the same thing twice or more....

The maps, GPS, and also signposts all around the area find the town with no problems. For example it is already signposted on the outskirts of a town 20km away. Yes the entry to the hotel is not easy to find, as there is not large neon sign, (joke) but the secure garage is great, particularly for us with 3 mountain / road bikes. The staff we extremely helpful in helping us find the car-park and helping with the cases.

Stayed: October 2012
3  Thank Steve D
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