Hotels Near Le Vignole

3.9/510 Reviews
1.82km from Le Vignole
Assis is such a beautiful town and with all the good reviews and inviting photos of this hotel we were looking forward to our three day stay. Unfortunately we were disappointed in the two rooms that were available for us this past November. They were extremely basic, more like what I would expect at an inexpensive hostel rather than at a well located hotel in one of the most beautiful towns in Europe. The price was twice what it should have been for those particular rooms. I have to say the breakfast, at an additional 10 euros per person, was good but the coffee was awful...be sure to ask for a cappuccino rather than coffee. I would recommend some new bed linens, and better quality furniture. Also, please be aware that the shower is not contained within a shower stall so part of the bathroom does gets wet. I am sorry to write this review as it is obviously a family run business, but I feel they have been too busy for so many years and have overlooked the need to upgrade
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4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
1.89km from Le Vignole
Wow! We really were fortunate to have mostly incredible hotels on our Italy trip. Some of our hotels, like this one, made us want to take a trip right back to Italy again, just for the sake of visiting the hotels. This was one of the best. The Hotel Relais Nun is a former convent, from I think the 12th century. Our room was beautiful. One curiosity about the room was the tiny windows, just over a foot square each. But if you want a view, all we needed to do was walk upstairs to our own private terrace (I think it was room 11), from which we got these spectacular views you see in my pictures. We spent more than one happy hour just lazing around up there, reading and relaxing. The hotel seems to have an excellent restaurant, but sadly, we didn't have time to partake, since we wanted to go around town and have some of the local boar-ragu pasta, truffles and pasta, and the like. But oh, those local restaurants! We asked the front desk for advice, and boy, did they send us to a winner. The Taverna dei Consoli, which was among their recommendations, was so memorable. And in fact, the front desk was unfailingly energetic and helpful, whenever we needed anything. They called for reservations for us, coordinated spa treatments, gave us directions, all sorts of things, all with a smile. They are very nice people. And that spa! Oh my gosh. That had us gobsmacked. It goes back even further than the hotel itself, and was a bath during the Roman days, a good 1900 years ago. A lot of the original stonework is still there. The spa has wonderful massage treatments, which we enjoyed; their masseuses were also very kind. Before that, we enjoyed the big swimming pool indoors, among the old Roman arches. And after the pool, we went into the sauna course. In a nod to Roman traditions, they had a "tepidarium" (a lukewarm room), a "caldarium" (a hot sauna), a "sudatorium" (an INCREDIBLY hot sauna), and a "frigidarium" (a cooling room). The gradual increase in temperatures made it possible to bear the very hot room once we got there. The hourglass sand tends to clump up inside the hourglasses in the room, because of the heat and humidity, but we did a good job of gauging how long we'd been in each one. I recommend following their advice for how long to stay in each one (they advise between 5 and 10 minutes for one, 15 and 20 for another, etc.), because giving it a good long time made it a really meditative experience for us. After my sauna course, I had another dip in the pool, just reflecting on nothing but feelings of gratitude for this experience. What an incredible spa! We hope to return.
FromUS$261
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
1.92km from Le Vignole
Really nice owner. Clean spacious rooms, way to big for one person, but hey I did not complain, especially at this price. The loft upstairs in my room could accommodate large families/small groups. The owner has a nice pottery/art shop downstairs/next door, no pressure to buy and will always answer questions. A family member (Claudio Carli) is a fine artist and there was a beautiful art show in one of the big rooms on the second floor displaying his works. Also, they offered a discount at 2 nearby restaurants (more family). What a wonderful place to stay. Not near St. Francis Church, but still in the heart of town. It was in fact the best location to start my "very early morning trek" to mosey along and see/enjoy the town before the tour busses from Rome arrived. I arrived at the St. Francis church just in time when they opened, "the grand finale" of a beautiful morning. The Carli was near the bus stop that I needed to get back to the train station that night too. No taxi needed.
FromUS$43
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
1.94km from Le Vignole
This 2-star hotel is just 50 metres from Assisi's San Rufino Cathedral, in the heart of the mediaeval city. Parking areas are 100 metres awayHotel San Rufino offers 11 standard rooms plus 9 rooms in the adjacent annex of Albergo il Duomo.San Rufino Hotel offers a continental buffet in a bright breakfast room.
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4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
1.94km from Le Vignole
Set in a historic building, in the centre of Assisi, Quo Vadis offers rooms with free WiFi throughout. Guests can enjoy breakfast daily in the breakfast room.With views of the city, rooms all come with tile floors and a private bathroom.Guests can taste local specialities and typical Italian food at the cafes and restaurants in the immediate surroundings.Basilica of San Francesco d'Assisi is 1 km from Quo Vadis. Umbria International Airport is 15 km away.
FromUS$56
4.6/5Outstanding5 Reviews
1.98km from Le Vignole
A stay at Mavitur Rooms places you in the heart of Assisi, steps from Cathedral of San Rufino and Roman Temple of Minerva. This guesthouse is close to Basilica of Santa Chiara and Eremo delle Carceri.Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance.At Mavitur Rooms, enjoy a satisfying meal at the restaurant. Wrap up your day with a drink at the bar/lounge. Buffet breakfasts are available daily from 7:30 AM to 10:00 AM for a fee.The front desk is staffed during limited hours.Make yourself at home in one of the 3 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms feature showers with rainfall showerheads and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include desks and complimentary bottled water, and housekeeping is provided daily.
FromUS$72
4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
2km from Le Vignole
This hotel is in a very central location, everything is within easy reach with a bus stop and taxis nearby. There are numerous restaurants, shops, etc. within a stone's throw. Stephano, the owner, is a very calm, warm and friendly host reflecting the general atmosphere of the hotel. They also own a restaurant that does a very good 3-course 'tourist' meal for 18 euros which includes a glass of wine! The continental breakfast at the hotel offers a great choice of fruits and cereals, freshly baked rolls, croissants and yoghurts, etc. Residents are welcome to have afternoon tea/coffee and cake from approx 3-6pm at no extra charge. Our room was cosy but adequate. The bed was comfortable and our room and ensuite were cleaned every day which included a change of sheets and towels. There is a small quiet room on the top floor with tea & coffee facilities and it has the most amazing panoramic view of Assisi! If we ever return to Assisi, we will definitely choose this hotel again.
FromUS$51
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
2.01km from Le Vignole
Staying in Residenza La Corte Assisi is like being in your own home in Assisi. The bedroom and the shared sitting room/breakfast room have a very personal interior design, with nice details like an old timber chest, lots of old mirrors, books to read and in our room the original masonry vault, in the wall. Our bathroom was spacious and comfortable, with a nice detail in the shower with the masonry. Danielle is a super nice host. She had also in English a list with recommendations for eating and things to do. It must be said that all her recommendations turned out to be very good. From going to Laudate at 7.00am, or walking to San Eronimo and Mount Subasio, to the list of less touristy restaurants outside the beaten track. we very much enjoyed our stay!
FromUS$84
4.8/5Outstanding10 Reviews
2.02km from Le Vignole
The Alter Ego b&b Assisi is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The Alter Ego b&b Assisi is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Assisi. The hotel is only 6km from Train Station Assisi and 15km from Umbria "San Francesco D'Assisi" International Airport, giving guests a number of convenient transportation options. Keeping busy is easy, with Assisi Galleria 6C, Palazzo Bonacquisti and Tempio di Minerva all nearby. When guests have some time on their hands they can make use of the onsite facilities. Airport pickup can be arranged by the hotel upon request. This Assisi hotel provides parking on site. According to our trusted guests, the facilities at this hotel are first-rate.
FromUS$50
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
2.02km from Le Vignole
Ristorante Posta, Via S. Paolo, 11, Assisi, Umbria Review covers the Ristorante Posta ... *not* the Hotel Posta. It was Friday. After a slow morning, we took the car to Passignano on Lago Trasimeno for an afternoon on the beach/water. Four hours later we were back on the road heading for Assisi – just 45 minutes away. We parked in the car park at Porta Mojano – where we had first parked 10 days earlier - three levels underground with steps/lift up to the relatively new commercial centre above the car park and providing access to the series of short/narrow escalators that take you up to street level near to the Basilica di Santa Chiara. It was after 17.00 and we were under pressure to catch the Basilica di San Francesco before it closed for the day. This started with a whistle-stop tour of Santa Chiara’s resting place. All this way – rushing things – what a hassle (except that two of us had spent the day here last week). Then it was race towards the San Francesco side of town through the centre – Piazza del Comune – where (if you have the time) you stop/sit/enjoy those images of 15th century Umbria that surround you including the Ancient Roman Temple of Minerva (now a Christian church). This is where the original Roman Forum once was. Early evening and the Centro Storico Assisi was filling up with the passeggini – temperatures in the high-20s degC and the sun still reflecting back from the brilliant white masonry that typifies much of the town. We took the easy route, following the Via San Francesco directly to the Basilica di San Francesco … and just caught the Upper Church open (but not the crypt). Outside again you descend the wide steep steps to the Lower Church. It was scheduled to close later and there was time on hand. Key visits accomplished – everyone was hungry – time to find somewhere interesting to eat. Instead of returning along the Via San Francesco – the easy route (with all those restaurants) – we climbed higher into the town following the Via Metastasio that leads into the Via S. Paolo - twists and turns that provide some spectacular views across the surrounding country through gaps between the buildings. Partway along the Via S. Paolo descending into Piazze del Comune we found what we were looking for – Hotel/Ristorante Posta. The place looked closed. You could see those panoramic views through the windows. The door opened, however, and mine host confirmed that they were … ‘opening in 10 minutes’. We waited … and waited outside whilst everyone had a say … wait or shift elsewhere? A more experienced/determined German family took some definitive action and entered the restaurant and (as we subsequently found) took pole position on a small open veranda with a world class view across the Valley of the River Topino (tributary of the Tevere). By the time we had made up our collective minds, we took the remaining table/seats behind them – providing that same world-class view, etc. except when seen through the heads of our a
FromUS$62
4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
2.04km from Le Vignole
Welcoming and friendly host. Our host was able to quickly sort out a slight booking issue and accommodate us. We were given a beautiful room with old world charm and we enjoyed an amazing breakfast with lots of choice. This B & B offers a very comfortable bed and good amenities. It is in a quiet location, close to the Basilica of San Francesco of Assisi and central to shops. It is a short downhill walk to bus stop for rail connections. Definitely would recommend Bed and Breakfast Sognando Te as the perfect stay in Assisi.
FromUS$62
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
2.04km from Le Vignole
I arrived at Hotel Dei Priori on the 2nd September 2020 till 15th September 2020. The Room was very nice and really clean for the price we paid. n this time I was amazed by how The Staff helped me and my son in anyway they could. I was amazed by how The Staff helped me and my son in anyway they could. The traditional Itallian Food was Delicious. My stay was for sure a great experience. I recommend this Hotel Dei Priori to anyone you wont regret it. Many thanks to ( Simone, Milena, Nadija, Isabella, Lengend Marijo). See you soon.
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Hotels Near Le Vignole In Assisi Review

4.5/510 Reviews
Staying in Residenza La Corte Assisi is like being in your own home in Assisi. The bedroom and the shared sitting room/breakfast room have a very personal interior design, with nice details like an old timber chest, lots of old mirrors, books to read and in our room the original masonry vault, in the wall. Our bathroom was spacious and comfortable, with a nice detail in the shower with the masonry. Danielle is a super nice host. She had also in English a list with recommendations for eating and things to do. It must be said that all her recommendations turned out to be very good. From going to Laudate at 7.00am, or walking to San Eronimo and Mount Subasio, to the list of less touristy restaurants outside the beaten track. we very much enjoyed our stay!
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FromUS$84
4.5/510 Reviews
My wife and I spent two nights at Hotel Pax in Assisi. It's a small, family-run inn, and a great home base for exploring the town. Antonio and his son and daughter repeatedly took extra care to make sure our stay was enjoyable--securing dinner reservations, making sure our AC was working (important for Americans), giving us water, promptly replacing a non-functioning appliance, and helping with recommendations for various sites and such. The facility itself has been recently renovated, so everything was clean and functioned well. Bed was a mite firm, but not uncomfortably so. Well-located, just down the hill from the main piazza and the main shopping street. Breakfast was standard fare, with good coffee. Parking available a couple blocks away at a very reasonable rate. Everything was good here, but the family and personal touch they bring really make a difference. They care. I highly recommend Hotel Pax.
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FromUS$67
4.4/510 Reviews
My husband and I together with another couple stayed in this agriturismo which is such a beautiful and peaceful place. The hostess and her husband made us feel welcome. From our comfortable, spotless clean room we had a magnificent view of Assisi. After a day touring different 'borgi', we made use of the pool which we found very relaxing. It was a lovely stay and we highly recommend this place.
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FromUS$51
4.4/510 Reviews
We really enjoyed at stay at Casa delle Fate. Our room and the other rooms that we saw, along with the kitchen, were beautifully and thoughtfully decorated with lots of objects, which we later discovered had come from the gift shop that Layla also owned. The breakfast staff were very friendly and gave us a hearty continental breakfast each morning. The B&B was a 2 minute walk to the Basilica of St Frances and the main square was an easy 7 minute walk. We walked all over Assisi to explore this beautiful town and took days trips to Spoleto and Spello as well. One tip, if arriving by train. Don't take a taxi from the station - it cost us 28 euro!! Take the bus to the stop below the Basilica (1.35euro), then a taxi from there if you have luggage as it's an uphill walk. Enjoy! This is a special place.
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FromUS$62
4.6/510 Reviews
Really nice owner. Clean spacious rooms, way to big for one person, but hey I did not complain, especially at this price. The loft upstairs in my room could accommodate large families/small groups. The owner has a nice pottery/art shop downstairs/next door, no pressure to buy and will always answer questions. A family member (Claudio Carli) is a fine artist and there was a beautiful art show in one of the big rooms on the second floor displaying his works. Also, they offered a discount at 2 nearby restaurants (more family). What a wonderful place to stay. Not near St. Francis Church, but still in the heart of town. It was in fact the best location to start my "very early morning trek" to mosey along and see/enjoy the town before the tour busses from Rome arrived. I arrived at the St. Francis church just in time when they opened, "the grand finale" of a beautiful morning. The Carli was near the bus stop that I needed to get back to the train station that night too. No taxi needed.
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5/511 Reviews
It's nice, it's big, it's comfortable, the toilet's big, it's always satisfying.
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4.5/510 Reviews
We stayed at the Giotto Luxury Country House property for 3 nights in July 3018 and were very pleased with our choice. Beautiful, large, modern, spotless, rooms with great (and quiet) aircon. Nice breakfast with the usual Italian fare, cereal, fruit, cakes, yogurt, bread, eggs etc and a friendly lady who makes you coffee/tea. The views from the property are fantastic. You can see Assisi up the hill and in other directions the properly just seems to blend into the surrounding picture-postcard Umbria countryside (haybales, olive trees...) Lovely clean pool area with sunbeds/sunshades where you can watch the swallows swooping down to drink the water (I think it’s fresh water as I couldn’t smell any chlorine and the birds seemed to like it :) It was too warm to walk up to Assisi for dinner but the hotel owners also own a hotel in the city so they kindly offered us use of their city-hotel carpark overnight. So we just drove up in the evening and parked, went for dinner/drinks in Assisi then (gelato in hand) walked back down (about 20 minutes) to the property. It was cooler in the mornings so before breakfast we just ran up the hill to collect the car (and simultaneously work off the previous nights gelato/wine). The Giotto hotel in Assisi also has fantastic views so watching the sunset from their terrace with a glass of presecco in hand quickly became a routine.
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FromUS$83
4.4/510 Reviews
Located a few kilometres drive from Assisi is this pleasant hotel. It offers wonderful views towards the old town of Assisi which is particularly beautiful when lit up at night. Reception staff were formal although some of them bordered on rude. The gentleman who took our reservation was the nicest. We had to request a change of room because we had booked an upper floor room but were given a ground floor one. Thankfully they changed it with a minimum of fuss. Room 230 was a large suite with a big open sitting area, a large bedroom and separate walk in wardrobe, and a big, practical bathroom with double spa bath and double shower. The walls were a bit battered and marked but otherwise the colour scheme was subtle whites and purple / mauve hues. There was a nice private balcony and this offered a delightful view straight up to the old town of Assisi. There were switches to automatically raise and lower the full length window shutters which offered full black out. Alas we could not get the air con to work and a visit to reception produced the age old bug bear of European air con where they only had it on heating until late spring. Hence it is not an independently controlled system. We found breakfast interesting. It did not start until the late hour of 7.30am. Despite this there was rarely a crowd when it opened. The buffet was modest at best and being there for three nights was a stretch. Juice was OJ out of a machine. Hot breakfast was limited to bacon and eggs but the eggs were good. There were buns, cheese and prosciutto, Danishes, and a variety of cakes. We finished with cereals. The coffee machine was a real adventure. It was a complicated machine that required lining your cup up under the correct nozzle and watching it splash milk and water everywhere. For a machine based coffee it was passable. There is an excellent restaurant onsite and a very small bar that we sensed was infrequently used. The foyer area was large and airy with a variety of busts and decorative furniture which made for a nice stroll but felt like a waste of space. Overall a good hotel if you are after a quiet option still within close proximity to Assisi.
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FromUS$77
3.9/510 Reviews
Assis is such a beautiful town and with all the good reviews and inviting photos of this hotel we were looking forward to our three day stay. Unfortunately we were disappointed in the two rooms that were available for us this past November. They were extremely basic, more like what I would expect at an inexpensive hostel rather than at a well located hotel in one of the most beautiful towns in Europe. The price was twice what it should have been for those particular rooms. I have to say the breakfast, at an additional 10 euros per person, was good but the coffee was awful...be sure to ask for a cappuccino rather than coffee. I would recommend some new bed linens, and better quality furniture. Also, please be aware that the shower is not contained within a shower stall so part of the bathroom does gets wet. I am sorry to write this review as it is obviously a family run business, but I feel they have been too busy for so many years and have overlooked the need to upgrade
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4.1/510 Reviews
So decided to have a no footy break in Italy. My partners 1st visit to the country so I wanted to show her 2 Unesco sites as Italy has the most. After 4 days in San Marino we hired a car and drove the old roads to Assisi. Now this is my 3rd stay at the property and it's been 3 years since we came for a mates birthday. Well they have added to the rooms.... New building facing out across the valley. Absolutely fantastic. Huge room balcony all mod cons bathroom and spectacular view. I asked the owner last time if he could provide some Peroni beer for our celebrations and again this time there was more in the fridge. The whole place is just perfect with a car park restaurant swimming pool and peace n quiet. Er indoors immediately fell in love with it. It's a little walk of just over 1km into Assisi but there is a bus service. Honestly folks it's perfect.
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FromUS$49
4.8/510 Reviews
We had an absolutely fantastic stay at Cantico Delle Creature! The BnB is incredibly well maintained and in a good location. It is up a bit of a steep hill, but we were able to make it in a Fiat Panda. What makes it absolutely five plus stars, though,are the hosts. Julia's mother and aunt are the most welcoming, kind, and friendly people you will ever meet. They welcomed us so genuinely that we truly felt like we were part of their family. This is clearly not just a job for them. It is a vocation and it shows. They are unobtrusive but happy to spend as much time chatting and hanging out as you want. We had two delightful evenings spending a bit of time with them and petting the cats. The room was larger then we expected. The air conditioning worked great. And the breakfast were definitely the most generous that we had throughout our travels in Italy. We had eggs each morning along with a vast array of fruit and cakes. It was much more than we could eat. Also the cappuccinos were absolutely outstanding! This would be our first choice if we are in Assisi again. You will not regret staying here. We miss them already! They represent what every bed and breakfast host should be like.
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FromUS$47
4.5/510 Reviews
We stayed one night at the Sorella Luna and couldn’t have been more pleased with our stay. The location is fantastic, close enough to a large car park to walk but only a couple minutes walk to the basilica of St. Francis. The entry is cute as can be with the stairs and flowers and whatnot. The lobby and passageways are decorated with some very interesting art, some of which was quite exciting for our 13 year old son (I’ll leave it at that...) Our room overlooked the street below and the corner intersection that could be a postcard. The streets were lit and adorned for Christmas during our stay and the entire city seemed to have Christmas music piped in - it was pretty magical. We had what I believe they called a junior suite. The room was quite large and had a big bed in the main room and a single bed for our son in the smaller space. The full bath was nice and the shower was good. Breakfast was simple but good and plentiful - lots of nice pastries and meats and other things you’d expect for breakfast. The staff was very helpful with directions. If we are ever back in Assisi we will definitely stay again at the Sorella Luna. Give it a try!
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4.2/510 Reviews
I arrived at Hotel Dei Priori on the 2nd September 2020 till 15th September 2020. The Room was very nice and really clean for the price we paid. n this time I was amazed by how The Staff helped me and my son in anyway they could. I was amazed by how The Staff helped me and my son in anyway they could. The traditional Itallian Food was Delicious. My stay was for sure a great experience. I recommend this Hotel Dei Priori to anyone you wont regret it. Many thanks to ( Simone, Milena, Nadija, Isabella, Lengend Marijo). See you soon.
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FromUS$68
5/511 Reviews
The location is superb, just around the Franciscan Church of Assisi, and the hotel is a 5 minute turn right. At check-in, the hotel will give a green parking slip, then the luggage will be put down, and the car will be taken to the parking lot of the Franciscan Church. The front desk staff will help to mark the parking lot route on the map, or the Google navigation input parking lot English name Instructed to go, very accurate, the green parking slip should be placed in the front windshield of the car, the parking lot walks back to the hotel for 5 minutes; when leaving, first go to the hotel and the green parking ticket to the front desk for 7 euros a day. The hotel room is white, clean and tidy, three people stay, add a single bed, supplies are prepared by three people, there are slippers. Very recommended. The front desk and service staff are great.
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FromUS$64
4.1/510 Reviews
The Fontebella Palace hotel is in a great location in Assisi. Rooms are small, but well laid out and cosy. Everything in the rooms are as expected. Breakfast room served by Daniela, and receptionists Vittorio and Gianpaolo, all greeted us with smiles and good attitudes. We did not find anything needed fixing or changing. Definitely a highly recommended accommodation if you are looking for some place decent and not too pricey. Will return, for sure!
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4.5/510 Reviews
Wow! We really were fortunate to have mostly incredible hotels on our Italy trip. Some of our hotels, like this one, made us want to take a trip right back to Italy again, just for the sake of visiting the hotels. This was one of the best. The Hotel Relais Nun is a former convent, from I think the 12th century. Our room was beautiful. One curiosity about the room was the tiny windows, just over a foot square each. But if you want a view, all we needed to do was walk upstairs to our own private terrace (I think it was room 11), from which we got these spectacular views you see in my pictures. We spent more than one happy hour just lazing around up there, reading and relaxing. The hotel seems to have an excellent restaurant, but sadly, we didn't have time to partake, since we wanted to go around town and have some of the local boar-ragu pasta, truffles and pasta, and the like. But oh, those local restaurants! We asked the front desk for advice, and boy, did they send us to a winner. The Taverna dei Consoli, which was among their recommendations, was so memorable. And in fact, the front desk was unfailingly energetic and helpful, whenever we needed anything. They called for reservations for us, coordinated spa treatments, gave us directions, all sorts of things, all with a smile. They are very nice people. And that spa! Oh my gosh. That had us gobsmacked. It goes back even further than the hotel itself, and was a bath during the Roman days, a good 1900 years ago. A lot of the original stonework is still there. The spa has wonderful massage treatments, which we enjoyed; their masseuses were also very kind. Before that, we enjoyed the big swimming pool indoors, among the old Roman arches. And after the pool, we went into the sauna course. In a nod to Roman traditions, they had a "tepidarium" (a lukewarm room), a "caldarium" (a hot sauna), a "sudatorium" (an INCREDIBLY hot sauna), and a "frigidarium" (a cooling room). The gradual increase in temperatures made it possible to bear the very hot room once we got there. The hourglass sand tends to clump up inside the hourglasses in the room, because of the heat and humidity, but we did a good job of gauging how long we'd been in each one. I recommend following their advice for how long to stay in each one (they advise between 5 and 10 minutes for one, 15 and 20 for another, etc.), because giving it a good long time made it a really meditative experience for us. After my sauna course, I had another dip in the pool, just reflecting on nothing but feelings of gratitude for this experience. What an incredible spa! We hope to return.
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FromUS$261
4.5/510 Reviews
b&b was easy to find, in the heart of the historic centre. If no one answers when you ring the buzzer, go to the shop next door(right side), the girl in there will check you in. This was a very nice b&b, we were 3 adults, room was very comfortable and clean and presented in a charming manner. Bathroom was also very clean & had good water flow. The hostess was very friendly and went to a lot of trouble to ensure guests had a good stay. Breakfast was excellent, had a reasonable selection and was prepared and served by the hostess. Just a word of warning, the b&b is up a flight of stairs & there is no lift. Stairway is quite tight.
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3.7/511 Reviews
We picked this property because of its location and primarily because we wanted accommodations where we could relax and swim during the hottest part of the day. The pool and grounds are very nice and fit the bill. We went out early in the morning to visit our friends and visit the Umbrian towns such as Spello and Assisi, which are within minutes, Perugia, Foligno, and then we returned mid day to swim and relax before heading out again for the evening. Use the waze or gps as its not an easy find.
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FromUS$70
5/523 Reviews
We enjoyed everything about this little quaint Bed and Breakfast! The couple who owns it are amazing and take the extra step to make sure everything is done to perfection. It is in a great location within the city of Assisi making it easy to walk to all of the highlights. There is a rooftop veranda with a view of the valley that is great. There are so many special touches this couple provides including homemade breakfast items that were delicious! I can't recommend this place highly enough. We will be staying there whenever we visit Assisi again.
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FromUS$108
4.6/510 Reviews
We stayed for a few nights pre-pandemic. We were driving and accidentally drove by the first time. We called and the person at the desk told us where to park. We stayed at the apartment down the street which had good parking for our car. Very clean and very spacious; a great choice for a family. A short walk down for breakfast, and a nice outdoor seating arrangement to enjoy the morning. The apartment is located within an old arena, which happens to be part of the self-guided walking tour of a popular person's (named Rick) guidebook! Great location for walking around, and very quiet. The staff was very friendly. We would stay here again and recommend it.
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FromUS$61
4.3/510 Reviews
Ristorante Posta, Via S. Paolo, 11, Assisi, Umbria Review covers the Ristorante Posta ... *not* the Hotel Posta. It was Friday. After a slow morning, we took the car to Passignano on Lago Trasimeno for an afternoon on the beach/water. Four hours later we were back on the road heading for Assisi – just 45 minutes away. We parked in the car park at Porta Mojano – where we had first parked 10 days earlier - three levels underground with steps/lift up to the relatively new commercial centre above the car park and providing access to the series of short/narrow escalators that take you up to street level near to the Basilica di Santa Chiara. It was after 17.00 and we were under pressure to catch the Basilica di San Francesco before it closed for the day. This started with a whistle-stop tour of Santa Chiara’s resting place. All this way – rushing things – what a hassle (except that two of us had spent the day here last week). Then it was race towards the San Francesco side of town through the centre – Piazza del Comune – where (if you have the time) you stop/sit/enjoy those images of 15th century Umbria that surround you including the Ancient Roman Temple of Minerva (now a Christian church). This is where the original Roman Forum once was. Early evening and the Centro Storico Assisi was filling up with the passeggini – temperatures in the high-20s degC and the sun still reflecting back from the brilliant white masonry that typifies much of the town. We took the easy route, following the Via San Francesco directly to the Basilica di San Francesco … and just caught the Upper Church open (but not the crypt). Outside again you descend the wide steep steps to the Lower Church. It was scheduled to close later and there was time on hand. Key visits accomplished – everyone was hungry – time to find somewhere interesting to eat. Instead of returning along the Via San Francesco – the easy route (with all those restaurants) – we climbed higher into the town following the Via Metastasio that leads into the Via S. Paolo - twists and turns that provide some spectacular views across the surrounding country through gaps between the buildings. Partway along the Via S. Paolo descending into Piazze del Comune we found what we were looking for – Hotel/Ristorante Posta. The place looked closed. You could see those panoramic views through the windows. The door opened, however, and mine host confirmed that they were … ‘opening in 10 minutes’. We waited … and waited outside whilst everyone had a say … wait or shift elsewhere? A more experienced/determined German family took some definitive action and entered the restaurant and (as we subsequently found) took pole position on a small open veranda with a world class view across the Valley of the River Topino (tributary of the Tevere). By the time we had made up our collective minds, we took the remaining table/seats behind them – providing that same world-class view, etc. except when seen through the heads of our a
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FromUS$62
4.4/510 Reviews
This hotel is in a very central location, everything is within easy reach with a bus stop and taxis nearby. There are numerous restaurants, shops, etc. within a stone's throw. Stephano, the owner, is a very calm, warm and friendly host reflecting the general atmosphere of the hotel. They also own a restaurant that does a very good 3-course 'tourist' meal for 18 euros which includes a glass of wine! The continental breakfast at the hotel offers a great choice of fruits and cereals, freshly baked rolls, croissants and yoghurts, etc. Residents are welcome to have afternoon tea/coffee and cake from approx 3-6pm at no extra charge. Our room was cosy but adequate. The bed was comfortable and our room and ensuite were cleaned every day which included a change of sheets and towels. There is a small quiet room on the top floor with tea & coffee facilities and it has the most amazing panoramic view of Assisi! If we ever return to Assisi, we will definitely choose this hotel again.
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FromUS$51
4.8/513 Reviews
Gorgeous hotel. Absolutely a delight. Rooms are spacious and well appointed. Very rustic charm design with modern amenities. Extremely stylish. Breakfast is flat amazing. So many delightful details at this hotel. The staff was so kind and accommodating. Sanitation at a high degree. All staff wear masks for cv19, but somehow you can tell they are still smiling. Very supportive staff also put up with me wanting to practice my Italian. When I faltered, they speak perfect English. 😜
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FromUS$141
4.4/513 Reviews
This is the perfect place if you want some relaxation. Easy to reach and not too isolated. The owners were very kind and had a lot of suggestions on what to visit and where to eat. The flat was recently renovated and it has everything you need, included a kitchen area and a small garden outside. The swimming pool during summer is fantastic just like the landscape. I highly reccomend it.
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FromUS$69
4.4/510 Reviews
Welcoming and friendly host. Our host was able to quickly sort out a slight booking issue and accommodate us. We were given a beautiful room with old world charm and we enjoyed an amazing breakfast with lots of choice. This B & B offers a very comfortable bed and good amenities. It is in a quiet location, close to the Basilica of San Francesco of Assisi and central to shops. It is a short downhill walk to bus stop for rail connections. Definitely would recommend Bed and Breakfast Sognando Te as the perfect stay in Assisi.
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FromUS$62
4.7/510 Reviews
Trip with family and a small baby. Excellent welcome, quiet area and very relaxing. Every detail is well taken care, inside, in the garden and in the pool area. Very important: net in all the windows.
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FromUS$86
4.5/510 Reviews
We hosted our wedding at Castello di Petrata in August 2020 (we're extremely lucky, we know!). Words really cannot describe how perfect everything was throughout our stay, and all of our guests couldn't stop talking about the fantastic time they had at the Castello. The venue is absolutely gorgeous (traditional Italian chic, overlooking the most beautiful view of Assisi and the Umbrian valley), and being able to host our wedding (and a pizza party the day before) within the Castello's beautiful grounds made it all feel like a dream. This, twinned with the amazing food we got to experience throughout our stay helped make a perfect day even better, and myself, my new husband and all of our guests cannot compliment the Chef's enough. Most importantly though, all of the team at the Castello are simply incredible, and their helpful and friendly personalities really helped make all of our guests feel welcome and like they were a part of the wonderful Petrata family. We would highly recommend Castello di Petrata as both a beautiful wedding venue and a gorgeous place to stay if you're in the area.
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FromUS$118
4.4/512 Reviews
The location of the hotel is very good, take a bus from the gate of the train station to St Get off at Francesco Church Station. The hotel is 200 meters opposite. The first photo is after the bus gets off and the hotel is taken. The big house in the middle of the front is the hotel. In the first photo, the tall tower on the left is St. Francis Church (it takes less than 10 minutes to walk), and the second photo was taken on the hotel terrace, just walking to the center of the old city.
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FromUS$57
4.7/511 Reviews
The grandpa at the front desk is very welcoming but does not speak English very well. You can park for free. The entrance of the hotel is not easy to find. The room is large, the view is very good, and the facilities are relatively simple
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FromUS$38
4.2/511 Reviews
La struttura è inappuntabile, le camere suggestive sulla valle anche se un po' piccole. Vista l'antichità dell'edificio ci sta. Un grazie particolare al responsabile dei parcheggi
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