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Reviewed 11 September 2015

They're Restaurant is phenomenal in my whole 2 week trip to venice and Bellagio they by far had the best customer service and food of my trip! When I come back I will be stopping in Again no matter what!

  • Stayed: September 2015, travelled with family
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Thank Talon S
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Reviewed 1 September 2015

We traveled with two other couples to Bellagio. We booked this B & B prior to our travel and were so happy with our stay. Sara met us at the gate to help park our car. We ate at the pizzeria on site and had an excellent meal. Our three rooms were clean, charming and very comfortable. The breakfast was delicious and provided us with a wonderful start to the day. Sara and Corrado's daughter KayLee was very helpful and offered to wash our clothes when we asked for a laundry. She washed them and hung them for us while we were touring Bellagio. This B & B is a treasure!

  • Stayed: August 2015, travelled with friends
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Thank ed p
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Reviewed 9 July 2015

Stayed two nights in June 2014 with my girlfriend.

This B&B's rooms are spacious and private, with large, light-filled bathrooms.

Overall we were very pleased with the place. It was clean, quaint, and the service was excellent. Flowers on the property were a plus. There's a beautiful old dog who hangs around and befriends the guests. Parking onsite was easy.

The beds are old and could use an upgrade. So could the sheets. The breakfast was extremely basic, but they didn't mind that we showed up late for it.

Bellagio hotels are quite expensive. We got this for 80-100 euros a night, which was a bargain in our book.

  • Stayed: August 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank Barry H
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Reviewed 15 October 2014

"Alla Torretta" is a charming but unpretentious B&B located in a historical building from the early '900.
The whole experience was flawless: from the reservation to the arrival and the stay. Despite our quite late arrival on a early October evening, we were warmly greeted by the owner.
The room was spacious and clean. The room's decor was uncomplicated, yet exhibiting some nice touches, like the wrought iron bed and the art-deco lamps. They provided an additional bed for my 3 years old daughter for free. The ensuite bathroom was large and decorated with the same understated charm.
The building's backyard has been equipped with playground-like facilities. Nothing spectacular, but if you travel with a kid it is a welcoming addition.
The breakfast is unusually rich for this price range: the only somehow negative note is the so-so coffee, dispensed by an automatic machine of the kind you find in parking lots and hospitals.
The village center (Bellagio) is located about 30/40 minutes away on foot: you probably will get to "Alla Torretta by car anyway, so it doesn't really matter, but be aware that the roads here are among the least pedestrian-friendly I have ever seen. Very little boardwalks and gran-prix style Italian drivers.
The owner is very friendly and was happy to suggest us places to visit and itineraries.
Overall an excellent experience: considering that the B&B is located in one of the most touristic areas in Italy, the price/quality ratio is hard to beat.
A couple of suggestions: wi-fi is free but there was very little signal in our room. The owner's family has a dog who is free to wander around the facilities: she is very quiet and friendly, but it may not be everybody's cup of tea.

And if you crave for a pizza, I can recommend the Pizzeria located in the basement of the villa. Cheap and good, if you can cope with the rather low ceilings and the high noise level of the locals.

  • Stayed: October 2014, travelled with family
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Reviewed 6 September 2014

We have been lucky enough to spend a week at Alla Toretta. We booked 5 rooms and all parties were more than happy.
The rooms are clean and spacious, great breakfast and the owner Corrado is an absolute gem.
He picked us up and dropped us back to the ferry and nothing was ever a problem for him.
The property is a good 15min walk from the centre of the village and is a steep climb home however we managed well with a child and elderly parents. The pizzeria at the property is great, there is a restaurant directly across the street and a pub 2 mins walk up the hill. There is also a supermarket in easy walking distance. The small tourist train stops outside and costs €5 to get on and off all day.
We will be telling all our friends and family to visit here for sure and thanks again Corrado & Sara from the Aussies, Canadians and NZ x

  • Stayed: September 2014
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4  Thank Gonst
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