Hotel San Pellegrino is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Folelli, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Guest rooms offer a kitchenette, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and Hotel San Pellegrino makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a concierge. In addition, guests can enjoy breakfast during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While you’re here, be sure to check out La Bergerie, one of the Mediterranean restaurants that can be found in Folelli, which is a short distance from Hotel San Pellegrino.
Enjoy your stay in Folelli!
Spent a weekend in July with half board on this beach hotel. Excellent, warm and friendly service and great food. I think the breakfast was the best I have had in France. The place is a bit faded on the outside. But our appartment/rooom was in perfect shape. Affordable pricing. Worth a visit.
We stayed one night as part of a cycling group holiday. Location right opposite St Antony's Cathedral, and convenient for other sights, inc Strovegni Chapel (a must see). Basic facilities In rooms, good breakfast, comfortable and all we needed.
We liked this relaxed hotel, very good food and service. The boathouse was excellent and we enjoyed weather sport every day. We always are a bit afraid of this luxury hotels, but here we found the perfect combination, and after our fishing tripp the grilled our fish for free. If you want a spa hotel I would recommend another hotel, if you want a sport hotel this is it. If you love sailing it is not possible during low tide.
While on beautiful isle of Corsica we discovered this fantastic resort by the beach on the East coast. Restaurant with very good food, cocktailbar right on the beach, hotelcottages .. The palmtree beach and the view on Elba and MonteChristo tops it off :)
we have stayed for 5 nights in San Pellegrino, and we were not delighted. I recommend you read the reviews better than we did. The location is fabulous and I do not want to be negative, but let me warn the people who, like us, read about the fabulous food in the restaurant and think: great, we'll take demi-pension and have our dinners there and don't have to drink and drive. Because demi-pension has nothing to do with the à la carte menu. We know, because the first night we were taken for "à la carte" clients. We saw the attractive menu and had a good meal, and only when we received the bill, which was reasobable by the way, we noticed that there was a confusion. They were ok about the mistake, and we payed for the wine, water and coffee, which was about half of the total and we went to our room happy - and having seen the menu, already looking forward to what we would eat in the coming days. The next day we were led to a table in a corner inside, not outside like the previous day. We ordered the same excellent wine & water -and in surprising snackbar style immediately got the bill. There was no menu, two choices were read to us from a paper! We both had a simple salad for starters and when finished - we couldn't believe it, yet it happened every day, we had to keep our used knife and fork for the next course. (lick it? wipe it off on your bread? use napkin for that? I don't really remember what it was, the main course was certainly not special. In the mean time, the waiters were giving their attention to the à la carte customers and only came to us when they were done with them. We didn't want the cheese, we didn't feel like desert and ordered a coffee and a tisane instead. And immediately received a bill for that too!!! NB: same price as à la carte, but no cookie! The waitress went into a discussion with my husband about this, and gave in in the end, but kept mentioning 'the money'. It was not about the money at all, it was about service and customer-friendliness that he made a remark. We had enormous fun after that, we went in our old shorts and cut jeans and slippers to have dinner, had a great glass of wine and champagne in our house before we went there and only drank tap water in the restaurant. If you look at it that way, even hanging on to your cutlery becomes very funny. For coffee we went to the snack across the road and then back to our room for more good wine. Our advice for visitors: DO NOT TAKE DEMI PENSION! Go to the snack, it is just as simple as the demi pension food but cheaper (and they are happy to have you) combine it with à la carte once or twice. Advice for the restaurant: offer demi-pensioners like us who obvious are dissappointed, an à la carte menu - with supplement.…