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Kinderhotel Adriana

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#2 of 17 hotels in Ledro
Certificate of Excellence
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast Available
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Laundry Service
Multilingual Staff
Non-smoking hotel
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Self-Serve Laundry
Wheelchair access
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Non-smoking rooms
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We recently holidayed with our two children for one week at the Adriana and we have been to different Kinderhotels before. We were very happy with the location (stunning and much quieter than at neighbouring Garda), our room, the free bicycles on offer and the price which we thought was very good value in comparison to other Kinderhotels. However, the food was a slight let-down for us; some options were very good, others were not good at all and often, presentation of food would not be very appetising. Yes, we payed nearly half of what we payed at other Kinderhotels in Austria and there we were used to fine dining experiences every day, not at the Adriana. Generally, we would have preferred smaller portions along with better quality and decoration. We thought it was odd that reception did not speak English but only Italian and German, while the restaurant manager spoke no German but English and Italian. Reception staff seemed tired, but we found waiting staff was very keen and polite. I did not like the fact that there was no folder in the hotel room informing you of meal times, kids club procedures, phone numbers, hotel services etc. which would have been useful. We were not too impressed by the kids club; it was a fairly quiet time and sometimes our kids were the only children there. The three ladies also seemed a little unmotiovated and the kids club room is small and mainly aimed at children under the age of 5. I do not think that the staff were tailoring their activities to the small number of kids and their varying ages very well. It is, however, still very convenient to have the kids club available. The wellness area was very nice and can be used with swimming costumes or without. Unfortunately, it was too cold to use the outdoor pool facilities (but we knew that) and the outdoor area for kids is not very big either. The decor of the hotel and the rooms is quite tired but everything is very clean. Still, we enjoyed our time and were lucky to have the most beautiful autumn weather for the whole week and the surrounding area is gorgeous and lends itself to many different activities.
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Hotel Adriana is the kind of hotel strongly recommended for families. Kids have basically everything: from the kindergarten for the smallest, to organized excursions and activities for the older, and even ad hoc events in the evening. In addition the surroundings are full of play areas. The food was very good, we had the all-in reservation and the service in the restaurant was very professional (maybe even too much), but in any case very attentive of customers need. For the parents there are plenty of things to do: biking, trekking, visiting lakes and so on: impossible to be bored. The majority of the employees is bilingual Italian and German.
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We thoroughly enjoyed our time at Adriana Family Hotel. We went with our 16 month old in May. The hotel is great. Our room had a cot set up, baby bath, bath mat, and a balcony so we could sit out and enjoy our evening without waking or leaving our little one! The staff were very friendly and helpful, nothing was too much trouble. The meals were great - we went full board, which was excellent value for money. You get to choose your meals for the next day and there was great variation. The table is set up ready with a high chair, bib, pencils and play mat. There is also a buffet so we could start feeding our impatient little one before the meals came out. They also provide food at snack time at 4pm for little ones. They feed older ones in children's club if you want to, and a few parents seemed to be enjoying some child free meal time! We used the baby club a couple of times. He loved it as plenty of toys to play with! I went to enjoy the sauna/steam room/lounge whilst my husband went off mountain biking - it felt like a real holiday to actually have down time too! The hotel has loads of pushchairs and rucksack baby carriers. They also have a garage full of town bikes with child seats, and another with good mountain bikes. We cycled down to town/the lake and around the lake almost every day (1km down there, 10km around with plenty of coffee/wine stops for parents and LOADS of parks for kids!). I am not a cyclist and I managed it no problem, and really enjoyed the rides! (short uphill back to the hotel, but easy to push the whole way if you didn't fancy it!) Husband is a mountain biker and loved the routes available straight from the door. We used the pool once, when the weather was sunny but it was cold and we didn't last long! In the summer I'm sure it is wonderful to use. There is a soft play room when baby club isn't on (3-6) which was great! And 2 parks in the hotel and one across a short path! Lots of nice places to walk from the door, or drive to for nice views! We were almost put off booking by the rainy forecast. We were actually very lucky - each day said the next would rain and it didn't (or only a short drizzle). If you pack waterproofs, even in wet weather this would be a great holiday with plenty to do! I cannot recommend this as a holiday destination enough. We will definitely be returning.
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We stayed in this lovely hotel for a week in June with out 11 year old son and it was perfect for us. The hotel is in a small but lovely village near lake ledro and about 20 mins to lake garda by car. The rooms were clean and of good size and the hotel grounds were well kept clean. The hotel caters mainly to Italian and german families but there is always someone who speaks english. The food was delicious and done to a high standard. Service was friendly and efficient. The staff prepared a week's programme of activities, e.g., orienteering, walks to the lakes/valley, football tournaments, etc; suitable for both adults and children (young and old). We particularly enjoyed the walk to a picnic area where the hotel's chef and waiting staff laid out a polenta lunch for us. The animators/entertainers were all very friendly and made sure the children had a great time. We all had a wonderful time in this hotel. we'd definitely want to stay here again.
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We stayed for a week in August (busiest time of the year!) and had a fantastic time. Our daughter (4yrs) loved the kids club activities, the simming pool, the playgrounds, and the kid's disco. Our 5 month old baby had fun in the soft play area.Staff were super helpful with sterilising bottles and even providing inflatable arm bands for the pool. The room was spacious and comfortable especially since there was the separate room for the kids, leaving us free to watch telly, read a book etc at night. The food was delicious for both parents and kids (kids getting special meals for them). Even though we had a few rainy days, we were never bored or uncomfortable. I highly recommend it!
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$118 - $291 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ItalyTrentino-Alto AdigeProvince of TrentoLedro
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