A great hotel, very traditional Italiano. Very clean and quiet. Great room air conditioner for those warm summer days. Also, the food was excellent, traditional Italian breakfast, with eggs on order as well. Andrea and Luca are very helpful and accommodating, and the entire staff is very friendly. Walking distance to downtown, and across the road is a dry cleaners that fold shirts, but also walking distance to a self service laundry. We stayed here for a week, as it was centrally located to visit other villages. Also, easy access to the autostrada. Also has a covered garage if needed. Highly recommend.
We stayed here as a base while touring Rome Pompeii and Sorrento and found the hotel clean and central to the beautiful town of Fiuggi.The breakfast was nice and the rooms were good the staff friendly and helpful. Try to visit the old part of Fiuggi up the steep winding hill and also the town has a lot more shops bars and restaurants than you think so do explore!
Stayed here for 2 nights on a Leger Holiday would certainly not recommend it. Food was extremely poor, thinly sliced reheated roast pork and tinned peas was our main course. There was no choice. Salad was a few dressed leaves that were wilting. Dessert was fruit. Bar service was odd, had to search out a glass for Aperol Spritz and to be told there was no oranges as they were out of season. Breakfast was ok. Coffee was rubbish, weak and tasteless.
I stayed in room 214 for 2 nights last month. The hotel was fine. Perfectly adequate for a 2 night stay. My room was ok. It was a decent size and the bed was a decent size, but I did feel it was rather cold. The bed cover was very thin, although there was some extra cover in the wardrobe, which helped. It could still have done with something thicker on the bed though. I couldn’t hear any noise from other guests in the hotel, which was a blessing, however, what I assume was a neighbour’s dog (my room looked out over neighbouring houses) kept yapping non stop, which was extremely annoying and disturbed me. If you stay here, I suggest asking for a room away from this yappy little beast. My en suite bathroom, which included a shower but no bath, had everything you could need apart from a facecloth, so don’t forget to bring your own. However, if you do forget anything, there is a supermarket and a pharmacy (opposite each other) 10 minutes up the road (turn right as you leave the hotel, then right again at the end of the road) and both are open until late (I visited both around 7pm). The food at the hotel in the evening is nice, and you get plenty of it. I found that I never had room for pudding. …
This hotel is one that we stayed at with Leger tours . The hotel is located in a side street with no bars or restaruants nearby, the foyer is nice and the room had a decent bathroom but that is really all I can say in plus points . The food was dismal with very little choice and no communal area or bar to congregate in the evening ,,. It’s time for Leger to review all the hotels currently in use