We stayed for 3 days in mid-September with a special packet called "Pensione Vitale." This is an all-inclusive package offering a rich breakfast buffet, a lunch buffet with 2 hot dishes, salty and sweet afternoon snacks, and dinner with 3 menus to choose from of 4 dishes each, plus a large vegetable buffet, hors d'oeuvres, fruit and sweets. Also covered are the use of the pool and saunas and ALL non-alcoholic drinks at any time, from the fridge in the room to the bar in the lobby.
There are evening programs each day, too. We participated in a slide show of mountain orchids, grappa (an Italian liquor) tasting, piano bar and singer. At some times there is also a personal guide for excursions. For the "Pensione Vitale" package you must stay at least 3 nights.
There are other packages available to investigate at the web site. Paying the full price would be more expensive.
Animals are accepted, but our dog cost 10 euros a night.
I would recommend this hotel. It is quite clean and characteristic, the food is very good and the rooms are quaint and comfortable. While it is not right on the main road, it is just off it and is on the road to the San Pellegrino Pass, which is heavily used to get from one valley to another. During the high season, this could mean some extra road noise, especially for those staying on the front section of the hotel. That, however, is the only negative aspect we could find.
The hotel has a complete Beauty/Wellness center called Aquarena, with many different kinds of massages, saunas, herbal teas and other treatments, plus a very nice pool and whirlpool. The saunas, teas and pools are included, but be careful of the prices for everything else! You will find a bathrobe and slippers to use in your room (to be left when you go home).
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