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Reviewed 13 March 2016

Very nice, attractive and expensive. The wait staff speak English and describe dishes well. Not exactly what comes out on the dish. What was described sounded unusual, so I ordered it, what I got was a plate of carbonara. The appetizer of arugula, speck and orange slices tasted awesome but came in a a martini glass?? Three of us ejoyed the afternoon, but had to find the waiter to pay, we were the only customers in for lunch. I was shocked to see the plate of lamb for the three of us cost 65 euros. The whole lunch was 95 euros included two bottles of wine.

Stayed: March 2016
Thank Ron C
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Reviewed 27 May 2015 via mobile

We visited this hotel before the earthquake and loved it. Although we were happy to see it open again it has lost some of its character. Virtually no storage in the rooms and ours was dark. Breakfast pretty poor. Nice people in difficult circumstances- 6 years later and the centre still looks like a war zone. Not a place to go unless you already love it as we do- l'aquila that is.

Stayed: May 2015, travelled as a couple
Thank Nailem
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Reviewed 22 May 2015

L;Aquila is unfortunately a ghost town, even 6 years after the devastating earthquake. As a result, I would not want to stay (nor do I think one can) in the "center". This hotel is on the lower edge of town and in a nice spot that has some activity to it, esp. with the 99 Cannelle fountain across the street. The hotel staff is friendly and they were helpful to us, but we understand Italian. I think seeing L'Aquila post-earthquake is a must, and this is a great place to stay. Yes, you walk up hill to the few churches that have been re-opened, and to see the state of damage/repair. The hotel is also near the train station. We took the train to and from Rome, and also took a train to the next town to see some of the 'new' housing. When the newly rennovated and relocated museum opens - now scheduled for June 2015 - the hotel's location also will be ideal - it's just down the road from it. The rooms are standard Italian, rather sparse, but very clean and modernized. The breakfast is also standard Italian - nice cakes and breads, yogurt, any kind of coffee you want. According to the staff, the hotel was remodeled before the earthquake by engineers who knew what they were doing and suffered no damage.

Room Tip: Someone mentioned functions on the 3rd floor that could be noisy. I was a little concerned about noise on the 1st floor (2nd for Americans) over the street, but it was very quiet. You might want to ask for a 1st floor room.
  • Stayed: May 2015, travelled as a couple
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Thank RomeTheSecondTime
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Reviewed 17 January 2015

Very nice, small family hotel. From outside it does not look very appealing, but once you enter you absolutely love it.
Renovated with taste, and every day some can find some little detail that will amaze.
Hotel stuff is very pleasant and helpful especially Massimiliana who can help you find everything in L'Aquila, places to visit, eat, clubs...

Hotel is near city center, but if you walk the path is very steep.
Just outside the hotel there is famous "99 Cannelle" fountain.
99 Cannelle means 99 fountains in Italian.

All in all great hospitality, comfortable rooms, nice breakfast and good restaurant. Definitely try some local wine.
Excellent hotel for business stay and good base for exploring local landmarks in spare time.

Room Tip: All rooms are double except one that is the biggest and is more like apartment.
  • Stayed: November 2014, travelled on business
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Thank DankoNenezic
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Reviewed 18 October 2013

Great restaurant with lovely food and friendly service. Nice, quiet, comfortable room with big bathroom. We liked the exposed stone walls and the skylights with remote-control blinds. Quiet location. No complaints.

  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled on business
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Thank Chiara008
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