Leopoldo. Not my favorite ever. It is really dark..and obviously very, very old. Even the light in the bedroom is not sufficient. If you have trouble with stairs and hills, you will not be happy here..and it is certainly not handicapped -accessible.. When we checked in we had three suitcases and our room was on the 2nd floor..the young female check- in clerk dragged our bags up two flights..we didn't know there was no elevator . As I mentioned in another review, we did not do our homework.. The bed was hard and the pillow hard..after i woke up with a neck ache the first night i asked for a different pillow and got one. We arrived on Nov. 25 which is the day that most businesses/restaurants close for either the winter or until mid-December. Not much to do in Radda at this time of year. We took some day trips during our 3 day stay, but I was intent on being back at the hotel by dark because no way was I driving those hair-pin turns in the dark, after a couple glasses of wine..so our choices for dinner were quite limited. The staff were very nice and helpful mostly. The breakfast appeared plentiful..we didn't eat there but just had coffee. I think it's $10 euro each for breakfast. I imagine that in the spring and summer when it's jumping and bright out, it would be better. But as I said its very dark..i had to use my phone flashlight to find things in my suitcase.