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All reviewsjunior suitecleaning staffbreakfast roomthe hotel staffnice hotelparking facilitiesold buildingpark your carbed was very comfortablehighly recommend this hotelnice staymedieval citytop floorsingle roomitalian hotelsup to datebreakfast was included
The bed was very comfortable and the room decor was in line with the towns atheistic, my window looked out onto a lantern lit street and was magical.
The breakfast was nice, I'm a toast kind of girl but there was cereals and meats and...More
First time visiting Italy and had a four night stay here as invited to a wedding nearby, The hotel is quiet and cosy in perfect location for exploring Orvieto. It was great value and staff were so friendly. Orvieto itself is like a trip back...More
For several years we passed Piccolomini going to and from the elevator to the car park and always thought we would love to stay a night because it looked so attractive. This year we got our chance and in every respect it exceeded our expectations....More
I cannot speak highly enough of this hotel - great value for money. My family have stayed here twice a year for the past 12 years on our way to and from the south of Italy and we have always had a good experience. First...More
I've been staying here for more than a dozen years and each time I arrive, reservation or not, I am greeted with warmth, hugs and big smiles. This is a small, family owned hotel, once a palazzo to royal Italians. The rooms are simple, clean,...More
Response from Sergio_de_Rinaldini | Reviewed this property |
You can drive up to the front of the hotel, then the car will be parked by a valet in the vicinity. AS long as you are visiting Orvieto, you won't need a car. The town is small and perfect for walking. We also chose this... More
You can drive up to the front of the hotel, then the car will be parked by a valet in the vicinity. AS long as you are visiting Orvieto, you won't need a car. The town is small and perfect for walking. We also chose this hotel on the basis of the fact that they had a parking and too back the car upon checking out.