We spent two nights in Spello. We travel in Italy quite a bit, and this place ranks as unfriendly. Separate reviews for restaurant will follow. This hotel was supposed to be four star. When I requested ice for our room, I was told that there is no ice in the hotel. Not the restaurant, not the bar, and not room service, I was told to go in search. There might be some I could bring back from a bar up the street. AC was turned off automatically and you had to request restart from the staff. WIFI is free, but only from the lobby area.You must repay daily to use in your room.The employees at the desk gave no recognition--not even a bonjourno until you basically demanded their attention. Italy is so wonderful--go to another town where you are welcome.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Palazzo Bocci, which opened as a hotel in 1992, has paintings by Benvenuto Crispoldi and an architectural style that is enlivened by in-between floors, split-levels and niches. The building offers its guests surroundings and rooms that evoke an atmosphere of rare beauty, such as the fountain at the entrance, the hanging garden with two century-old palm trees, the spectacular Hall of Frescoes, the rooms, the luxurious suites, plus views and hidden corners that the Hotel Palazzo Bocci jealously preserves as if they were a treasure. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Palazzo Bocci Spello
- Palazzo Bocci Hotel Spello