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at Tenuta Duca Marigliano Boutique Hotel

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Room review highlights
... the ruins of Paestum. All the rest was equally amazing: the room was perfect, with a great view of the wonderful garden;...
... to view the rooms before choosing one. We opted for a corner room with windows on two sides. we had a great stay. Personally...
... accommodation! Totally posh, polite, attention to detail. Room so pretty and comfortable. Slept very well. Minutes walk to...

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Belgian101 wrote a review Jul 2020
178 contributions44 helpful votes
We stayed at this wonderful boutique hotel for three nights during our trip in South Italy together with our three-year old son.

The location is extraordinary, with the hotel located right next to the ruins of Paestum. All the rest was equally amazing: the room was perfect, with a great view of the wonderful garden; staff was very friendly and helpful; the breakfast in the garden was the best start of the day we could wish for (amazing home made croissants, yoghurt, fresh fruits, etc.); the restaurant (Casa Coloni - see our separate review, is the best in the wider region); we used the hotel’s bicycles several times to cycle to the beach; etc.

Highly recommended and we will find every excuse to return at our earliest convenience!
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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Duco Wiertsema wrote a review Jan 2020
Bilthoven, The Netherlands20 contributions1 helpful vote
After driving around in Paestum and being disappointed with the hotels we stumbled upon this lovely place. We could only stay for one day. But we pleasantly surprised. Upon arriving we had to the opportunity to view the rooms before choosing one. We opted for a corner room with windows on two sides. we had a great stay.

Personally there were two surprised.
1. we ended up next to ancient temples for the Greek era we visited at sundown wich provided lovely lighting

2. the Restaurant; what a GEM. we had a 5 course menu with wine. The sommelier chose the wines perfectly and topped this off with a local desert wine. After chilling the glasses for some time he pored the wine provided a thermal shock to the wine bringing out a very special experience.

I would love the know the desert wine (if you read this please me know) we forgot to take a picture of the win.

Thanks again for a lovely experience

Duco and Maartje
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Lynn M wrote a review Nov 2019
53 contributions7 helpful votes
What a beautiful accommodation! Totally posh, polite, attention to detail. Room so pretty and comfortable. Slept very well. Minutes walk to the ruins. Umbrella to borrow... Luckily had a beautiful November day with rain only at the end. Breakfast was top notch variety, presentation and delectable. The morning waiter so personable. We appreciated his conversations and coffee! Dining room was fun, though we were tired from a long day of travel. Made me soup by request. Expensive but worth it. Paestum and this hotel a highlight of a wonderful month in Italy and Greece.
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Date of stay: November 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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charlesny wrote a review Mar 2019
New york, N.Y>15 contributions6 helpful votes
A beautifully designed and furnished hotel, the entrance and bar very elegant. The reception was friendly and helpful, and the room so comfortable you did not want to leave it. The best thing is it’s adjoined restaurant, a true fine dining experience in a country setting.
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Date of stay: March 2019Trip type: Traveled with friends
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nimett1 wrote a review Jun 2018
Saint Paul, Minnesota127 contributions37 helpful votes
As a last minute side trip, we decided to visit Paestum and found Tenuta Duca Marigliano available. When we booked, for a reasonable price, we saw they offered a shuttle from the train; however, when we emailed to arrange this, we were told that we needed to take a taxi (on our dime) or walk. It was only about a mile, so we chose to walk but were disappointed by the misleading information posted on hotels.com. From the train station, we went straight ahead, down a tree lined road, coming out in town, across the street from the ruins -nice!

The hotel is around the corner, about 2 blocks from the entrance. We arrived and saw the beautiful gardens, immediately looking forward to a nice bottle of wine in the gardens! Nadia was very helpful in checking us in and offering to get us wine when we were ready. Our room was average sized, clean, modern and overlooking the gardens - looking forward to a quiet stay with the windows open after being in cities all week.

After a visit to the ruins and checking out the restaurants nearby, we returned to relax in the garden with some wine. This was not as 'convenient' as it should have been. We were the only guests around, Nadia had gone home and the young man now at reception, seemed helpful enough but it took about 20 minutes for Miguello to come take our wine order. Miguello explained the wines of the region, but we had difficulty understanding some of the information, so we had him pick a white for us - by the glass. We told him we would be ordering another but he never came back. We saw him walk by a few times, without looking or acknowledging us, as did the man from reception. Two men who looked to be managers or owners, also walked by us and didn't acknowledge us. We were patient, enjoying the weather, but after about 30-45 minutes we stopped the man from reception to ask for another glass of wine. Miguello brought us the other white, but didn't take our empties away. He said he was the head waiter, which at that point, discouraged us from wanting to eat at the restaurant afraid we'd be forgotten (he never checked in with us, even though we had told him we'd have a second glass of wine and didn't clear our empty glasses).

The area would be perfect for a bike ride and there were bikes on the bike rack. When we asked about using them for about 20 minutes, we found the could be rented for 5 euro/day. They did let us borrow one for 10 minutes to run into town to make a dinner reservation.

It was a perfect night for having the windows open, but, as Italians are late diners, we were disappointed when outdoor music at a nearby restaurant started at 11:00 pm - no open window sleeping for us. Not the hotels fault, just a note of what took away from our experience.

Last comment is regarding breakfast. There was a nice selection of breads and fruits, but as another reviewer mentioned, the scrambled eggs were cold, as was the capaccino. This made us a bit glad we didn't have dinner here.

Overall, a great location, comfortable room, beautiful gardens but for us, service was lacking. It could be a gem of a place to stay if the service had been better and we could have slept with the window open. We would stay here again - maybe we just caught some folks on an off day.
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Date of stay: May 2018
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