This place is a large bland concrete structure on the edge of town, about a ten minute walk from the medieval center and was named for the local hero, the Norman adventurer Robert Guiscard. It has parking and a restaurant, and obviously is the main local party facility, as they were hosting a wedding reception when we arrived. Service is indifferent but the rooms are spotless, quiet and comfortable and everything works. Because you find yourself in faraway Basilicata the price is about one quarter what you would pay for similar accommodation in Rome. Breakfast is the usual tasteless roll, burnt coffee and tiny cups of oversweetened yogurt, but Italians don't really do breakfast, so forgive them.
Sorry, I don't have contact information anymore, but the tourist office will give you a map and phone them for you.
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