We has a booking in another hotel. When we arrived there, rece^ption was closed. So we quickly had to find an alternative, which was finally Hotel Duca d' Aosta. What a good choice we made !! Reception staff were very friendly and helpful. The your man offered us an upgrade to a bigger room with just a small surcharce, which we gladly accepted. Room was very large, with all you Need during your stay. It even had a balcony with a Wonderful view to the Aosta valley. Breakfast was generous and very tasty. Unfortunately, we stayed just 1 niight, but next time in Aosta, this place is my choice for sure.
This was my first visit to Aosta. Hotel is well located. Stefano at the front desk does an excellent job. Very helpful. I just completed a two night stay. Room is OK, but nothing special. Pillows terrible. AC worked. Breakfast is not worth it. Mediocre food and terrible service. Sabina who work the breakfast favors a few guests with attention, and ignores others-- at least me. I will not be back
Nice charming hotel in a quite neighborhood but so close to the main road and attractions. Very nice decor and cozy lounge . Excellent breakfast and kind reception If returning to Aosta definitively will stay there again
A good value four star hotel with very clean room and great location for sight seeing, close to the railway station and coach station. Our room was upgraded which was nice. A bonus that the receptionists are multilingual with fluent English and very helpful when we missed our coach to the airport. Room spacious and quiet but sleep quality has not been good for two nights, possibly temperature control doesn’t go below a certain level. Breakfast buffet not bad.
Idiosyncratic The greatest thing about this hotel is its ideal location - less than five minutes from the bus and railway stations yet only twenty metres from the main square and historic Aosta. We ordered a twin bedded room and were given room 506 a family suite of two rooms with the bathroom in between. It was laid out with a double bed in one room and a sofa bed in the other. We were given the option to take it as it was or to split the double bed into two and change the other bed into a sofa. We elected to take it as it was. The main room had a small balcony overlooking Piazza Narbonne and the town. The other room had a view overlooking the backs of houses. Both rooms were quiet though the main room might be less quiet if there is a lot of activity in season. It is a nice hotel trying hard to be a really good one and not quite succeeding. It has all the basics. There is an outstanding downstairs lounge and the staff, reception and chambermaids are friendly, helpful and cheerful which creates a good atmosphere. Our room was really nice. The wifi is good. I particularly welcomed the fact that I only had to log in once. So where does it fall short? Previous reviewers have complained that you cannot reach the soap dispenser from the shower or bath. Well either thar was never an issue with our room or they have heeded reviews as there was certainly one in our bath/shower area. However there were still a few niggle There was snowhere to sit so we had to bring in a chair from the balcony. (Of course had we taken the settee option we could have sat on that.) The power sockets are of such a design that it is difficult to find one that will accept an adaptor for a UK plug (found one in the bathroom). At first there seemed to be adequate wardrobe space, but sections of the wardrobe are dummies with no doors or handing space. The breakfast was OK but the quality was standard convenience store level. One of the staff there let down their colleagues high standards and was rude to my wife. So a potential four review but work to be done. …