We stayed 10-17of June and were delighted by the hotel and its staff.
Although we arrived just too late for lunch thed receptionist informed us of the best places to grab a quick bite.
After the tiniest hiccup with our room "Roberta" (a real asset to the places) swung in to action to settle everything in a professional and friendly manner, going the extra mile to assist this daft Brit (my words..not hers!) to have a lovely holiday.
The staff, from the top to the bottom, were exceptional.
Breakfast is mainly continental, but it's good try different things. The toaster needs a few attempts to get used to though!
Dining room staff are on hand to assist and mostly speak English. They work do hard!
The hotel is spotlessly clean due to the efforts of the domestic staff. A real pleasure.
The area is quiet when it comes to "attractions" but the local bars and shops and restaurants welcome you so warmly in typical Italian style. We really did arrive as strangers and leave as friends. Transport to and from is in typical Italian style...as and when..but that really does add to the charm.
I cannot fault the Villa Romana in any way nd we are already planning our return visit for next year.More
- Breakfast included