The location is good, a fairly short walk from the train station if you're arriving by train. It's just off the main square, which is phenomenal, very impressive. Vis a Vis is in a separate building to Hotel Duchi, although that is where you have to check in. It looks as if it has only recently been converted into a hotel.The bedrooms are small but pleasant (although lacking an armchair) with a good bathroom. On my second visit a coffee machine appeared in my bedroom, handy if you fancy a quick espresso.
Breakfast is taken in Harry's Bar in the Duchi, where the service was good during my visits, with a friendly and helpful lady, although the croissants (brioche) could have been better. The coffee was good. The staff at the hotel reception were polite and helpful and spoke good English.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Duchi Vis à Vis is a small and elegant four star hotel, built in a historic home in front of Grand Hotel Duchi d'Aosta. Duchi Vis à Vis is a "house " sized books, suffused with an intimate atmosphere. The combination of warm colors with light and shadow gives an overall sense of well being. Even the materials, from solid walnut flooring to the linen sheets, help to emphasize the feelings of pleasure. A small "asset": the Illy coffee maker in each room to ensure proper recovery. Duchi Vis à Vis is also meeting place for art. The hall hosts solo shows of emerging artists, book launches and openings. ... more less
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