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Reviewed August 27, 2010

We stayed at the Brufani Palace in August for 2 days and had a fantastic time. This is one of these great old classic style hotels where nothing is too much trouble. Staff at the Brufani Palace is very friendly and helpful, in short, service is impeccable.

This is certainly a place we will return to.

  • Stayed: August 2010, traveled as a couple
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Thank FergieBrussels
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Reviewed June 26, 2010

A lovely building well situated in Perugia on Piaza italia. Ask for a bedroom with a view, but if you are tall go for the classic rooms. The suites on the top floor are under the mansard roof, and although they are beautifully appointed if you are tall you will either hit your head on the beams and have to get down on your hands and knees to see the view.
The swimming pool is good, the steam bath and sauna are claustrophobic.
I thoroughly recommend this hotel for a luxurious night when criss crossing italy.
You will need to use the valet parking (expensive), but worth it. When arriving in Perugia
make sure you follow the hotel directions and never ever use GPS. We did, and almost got stuck in the narrow mediaeval streets.

  • Stayed: June 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 23, 2010

The Brufani is fabulously located at the end of Perugia's main street, the lovely Corso Vannucci. It is a luxurious old palazzo, the hotel dating from at least the end of the 19th century, with fabulous views from the rooms.Immediately you enter, you know you are in good hands. It is old-style, very Italian in the best sense of that word, but fully modernised, wi-fi etc. The rooms and bathrooms are beautifully appointed and the sheets changed every day. Above all, the staff, all pleasant, affable, always attentive to one's slightest request (particularly Carmela, Tina, Hasan at reception - but everyone really), make all the difference. Exceptional all round. Huge value for money.

They also do conferences - two conference halls, fabulous roof terrace for corporate meals.

  • Stayed: June 2010, traveled as a couple
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Thank Dalessandri
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Reviewed May 3, 2010

Been to the Brufani last year. It's by far the best business/leisure hotel in Perugia (been to the Priori, Fortuna, Sangallo and the Etruscan Choco before).

It's ideally placed in Piazza Italia, next to everything worth seeing in the Old Town, next to the MiniMetro and buses that will take everywhere around. Obviously, taxi service is available upon request (1.90 EUR/km)

All regular doubles have the 4*+ standard regardless of the reservation type, not to mention the deluxe rooms/suits and their spectacular view over Umbria. Wi/Fi internet costs 5 EUR (courtesy of alice.it, hope they've made it free in the meanwhile - as it a usual standard for 5* hotels).

Breakfest is good, covers a wide range of European usuals (had it paid with the accomodation, costs around 30 EUR otherwise). Be sure to check the Collin's restaurant (expensive, but worhwhile) and the Fitness/SPA center on the premises.

  • Stayed: May 2009, traveled on business
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Reviewed March 22, 2010

The hotel has played host to The Queen Mother and Charlie Chaplin. The welcome from all the staff was superb, always using my name. We were upgraded as we stayed out of season to a suite with stunning views over the town. The decor was full of old world charm with open fireplaces. The small gym/swimming pool had a glass bottomed pool showing the Etruscan ruins below the hotel. The gym area was very small but enough.

The only complaint I have is the breakfast which was significantly over priced at 33 euros a head. However the local cafe was wonderful and only 9 euros for 2 people. As it was out of season the hotel restaurant was empty so we ate locally.

  • Stayed: March 2010, traveled as a couple
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Thank ian257
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