See why so many travellers make Casa del Pellegrino their hotel of choice when visiting Monte Sant'Angelo. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Chiesa dell'Incoronata (0.2 mi) and Chiesa della Santissima Trinita (0.3 mi), guests of Casa del Pellegrino can easily experience some of Monte Sant'Angelo's most well known attractions.
A concierge, baggage storage, and a chapel are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. In addition, Casa del Pellegrino offers an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Monte Sant'Angelo trip additionally gratifying. If you are driving to Casa del Pellegrino, free parking is available.
If you’re looking for an Italian restaurant, consider a visit to Osteria del Corso, Medioevo, or Borgo Antico, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Casa del Pellegrino.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Santuario di San Michele Arcangelo (0.1 mi), Abbazia ed eremi di Pulsano (0.9 mi), or Rione Junno (0.5 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
At Casa del Pellegrino, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Monte Sant'Angelo.
This 3* hotel is very close to the Basilica of San Michele. It offers a solid quality for a reasonable price. Rooms are standard but quiet and offer a stunning into the open land. We took half-pension (dinner) as it sounded convenient but quality “could be improved”. Next time we will definitely prefer to go to some of the restaurants in the “new” town, some 10 to 15 minutes away from the hotel.
The hotel is run by St Michael Archangel Sanctuary and it had that special feel to it. Rather mysterious really as you descend to your room from reception with different points of entry into the adjoining Basilica. Our room faced east and was at the edge of town with lovely views across the countryside and towards monte Sacro (where we walked to the next day!). In the morning and evening there was the gentle clang clang of cow bells from across the valley. Comfortable clean room; very helpful reception. We enjoyed dinner and breakfast in excellent dining room - indeed, breakfast was on sunny terrace with amazing views
Old old room with only 2 connections for electronic devices A whole bunch of rules like in convents at the mid 1960's Unfriendly staff at breakfast, where some undrinkable Nescafé stuff was served Please avoid this place
The hotel is called 'House of the Pilgrim' and is across the road from Saint Anthony's Basilica so I can't really complain about getting woken up by bells! I was in the Dipendenza which is an annex at the back, about 50metres from reception. The room was spacious but the bed was very small. It was a single bed which is fair enough considering I booked a single room but I am used to hotels only having doubles and therefore am used to having a double bed. Again I can't complain about that. The room was clean and more than adequate, maybe a bit dark as the window was quite small in proportion to the room. The wifi was not the best, you are given a username and password and have to re-enter it quite regularIy but it is free so again cannot complain!. The last hotel I stayed in this region (in Mestre) charged for it. I didn't have breakfast so cannot comment on that. The location is excellent. I have stayed in Padova a few times and this was by far the best located hotel I have stayed in. Less than five minutes walk from Prato della Valle and less than ten minutes walk from the centre. All in all, it's not a luxury hotel but it was very good value (I paid about €36 a night including the tax).…
The hotel was a perfect location to reach by car on the winding road, easy access and free parking area via the narrow street behind the main entrance. A very easy walk around town, with a nice view of the surrounding mountains and valley, good for a one night stay. Our room for three was comfortable, up-to-date, and clean. The lobby is large, with beverages available at the counter and a public sitting area. We ate dinner (very basic, limited dinner menu) and continental breakfast; would recommend meals elsewhere for better selection and quality. It was a very quiet, peaceful stay.