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Daniel and team were everything we could hope for and more. Strongly recommend. Location was convenient, breakfast was delicious, and views from the balconies and terrace were perfect. We often felt it was so relaxing at La Scelta di Goethe that we did not want...More
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1 Thank brooklynheightsbelle
Response from Giulia A, Direttore at La Scelta di GoetheResponded 11 August 2016
Grazie mille for your kind review.
we are glad to know that you have appreciated La Scelta di Goethe and its services and we invite you to come visit us again in the future, when you'll be in Rome! Warmest regards, Daniel and...More
Plastic surgeon and eye surgeon - used to staying in nice places - this hotel made every other place we have previously stayed in look very basic, including Hotel Danieli in Venice (where I am currently writing this from).
I booked this through the Qantas...More
1 Thank MJP4060
Response from Giulia A, Direttore at La Scelta di GoetheResponded 30 December 2015
Dear Mr. Matthew, we would like to thank you so much for the wonderful review you gave La Scelta di Goethe, the feed-back means so much to us and we’re truly grateful . "Grazie mille" for the lovely words left written .
It was a...More
Traveled as a family of four with two children ages 11 and 10. We have traveled to many luxury resorts/hotels. This place is about as good as it gets. The service is better than any Four Seasons, Ritz etc we have ever experienced. If you...More
Incredible attention by Angela and Daniel. It was an incredible, wonderful and unforgettable stay in La Scelta di Goethe. The night exceeded all our expectations and will be a lovely keepsake for our whole life. Everything was simply PERFECT!!
We loved every moment of our stay. Thank you for taking care of us. The suite is fantastic,and everyone was so very attentive and helpful. We look forward to staying in touch and to returning. All the best. Barbara
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