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Reviewed May 12, 2013

This hotel is quite adequate... nothing special, nothing to complain about. Breakfast is good and the rooms are clean and quiet. The town of Castelmezzano is fabulous...and well worth a visit. Don't miss the Volo dell Angelo if you like heights and high speed!

Room Tip: All rooms are good I think.... The rooms are down from the lobby level as the hotel drops down the slope from the street. The dining room is on the third floor...lobby on 5. Be careful about parking!! We got a EUR 41 parking ticket after we were told it was perfectly okay to park just down from the hotel!
  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled with family
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Thank Michael T
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Reviewed November 14, 2012

The same guy guided us in when it looked like the road to the hotel was blocked, came looking for us in the main square after we'd (inevitably) missed the hotel driving along the road into the village; checked us in, helped with our bags, took our dinner order, served the food at dinner and breakfast, and checked us out. We saw no-one else. He did a good job, but it is a little unnerving being in a hotel pretty much alone. The room was fine, though you get a better view of the sweep of the village and the "Dolomiti" from the village square, and the bed/pillows are on the firm side and the shower is small (don't drop the soap!). You have to park 5 mins away after unloading. It is virtually impossible to spot the hotel as you drive in because there is no conventional name-plate or sign (why not?) and frankly a decent set of road maps should be considered essential as there's more than one way in and out of the area but the road signs are appalling. The place is OK rather than great but as a one-night stop, I'd stay here again.

We enjoyed the evening meal

  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank DavidHBerkshire_UK
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Reviewed October 19, 2012

This hotel had the most fabulous view of the gorgeous mountain peaks in this incredible hill town. The accommodations were clean and all the amenities needed were there. The hotel staff were the hardest working people I've ever met and were so friendly and bent over backwards for us. The restaurant in the hotel won the Michelin award and served fantastic gourmet food!! Castelmezzano is a beautiful hill town. All of the pathways and homes are made of brick and stone and the history of the town dates back to the 6th century. Try a meal or drink at the Dal Vecchio Scarpone, around the corner from the hotel as well. Great eats as well and super friendly owners. Walk through the town to see the old chapel building and tunnel. are you daring? Try the Flight of the Angel zip line. You won't believe it!!

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled with family
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Thank RAM424
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Reviewed September 2, 2012

Castelmezzano is not without any reason one the most beautiful villages in Italy but very remotely nestled in the lucanian dolomites. On top you get a great Osteria Italiana where you can enjoy the view when dining on fantastic local food and sip some aglianico del vulture. Highly recommended but probably hard to come by again.
The room was ok, but not the most important thing in the stopover.

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed July 30, 2012

We only saw one staff member and he was brilliant and seemed to be doing everything, very well, with a smile on his face. The dinner in the hotel was lovely, the room clean and comfortable. So happy that we made the detour from the tourist route and enjoyed every minute of Castelmezzano, the local people and this hotel.

Stayed: July 2012, traveled with family
Thank Tazi C
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