Umbra Hotel

Via degli Archi 6, Assisi, Umbria, 06081, Italy
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Satisfaction Excellent
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  • Couples88
  • Solo83
  • Business66

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Convenient, Quiet Hotel in Assisi

by deecat about Hotel Umbra

While in Assisi, we stayed in The Umbra Hotel right off the main piazza,Piazza del Comune, which is on the west side. ( It is closed mid January until mid March. )

This hotel is housed in an old palazzo and has lots of antique furniture, renovated bathrooms (ours was quite small), balconies, and the Umbra restaurant. It also has a small but lovely garden in front. This hotel is very hidden. and could be hard to find.

It has firm beds, English speaking channels on TV, excellent showers with good pressure, and the PERFECT LOCATION, across from Temple of Minerva. I feel that the LOCATION and the GARDEN were the outstanding positives of Hotel Umbra.

One has to walk down an alleyway (by down I mean incline going down) to reach the entrance. The first thing you see is the garden. I imagine in very hot months that would be even more of a plus. It is right in the center of town.

Hotel Umbra is family owned and run.

For a Quiet, Convenient Hotel in Assisi...

by deecat about Stay at Hotel Umbra

Although Assisi is inspiring, spiritual, and beautiful, it still lacks the simplicity that I had expected from the town of St. Francis's church and burial spot. But, after all the day trippers left, it was more of what I had imagined. Thank goodness, we were able to be there overnight, and thank goodness we stayed in The Umbra Hotel right off the main piazza [Piazza del Comune]. Note that this hotel is closed mid January until mid March].

Hotel Umbra is housed in an old palazzo and has lots of antique furniture, renovated bathrooms [ours was quite small], balconies, and the Umbra Restaurant. It also has a small but lovely garden in the front. The hotel is very hidden and could be difficult to find.

It has firm beds, English-speaking channels on TV, excellent showers with strong pressure, the perfect location, and, best of all, it is across from Temple of Minerva [a temple honoring the Roman goddess Minerva. She is goddess of wisdom and of war. Her Greek name is Athena]. Torre Tower stands beside the temple. [see photo] I feel that the location and the garden were the outstanding positives of Hotel Umbra. One has to walk down an alleyway [by down I mean incline going down] to reach the entrance. The first thing that you see is the garden. I imagine that when it is very hot, this garden would be even more of a plus.

Hotel Umbra is family owned and run, and the service is excellent.

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Forum Posts

travelling from Assisi to Bergamo

by mrpoon

Hi,

i am travelling from Assisi to Bergamo on friday the 4th June 2004. i am looking for the best route to take and an estimation of the journey time.

thanks

Jim

Re: travelling from Assisi to Bergamo

by Lacristina

Perhaps it would help get a response if you could specify how you wish to travel. Auto, train?

Also, what does the "best route" mean to you? Are you looking for fastest, cheapest, most scenic, places to stop?

Just a suggestion.

Cristina

Travel Tips for Assisi

Assisi

by Polly74

Assisi was added to
Unesco's World Heritage List in 2000.

Assisi represents an ensemble of masterpieces of human creative genius, such as the Basilica of San Francesco, which have made it a fundamental reference for art history in Europe and in the world.

It also represents a unique example of continuity of a city-sanctuary within its environmental setting from its Umbrian-Roman and medieval origins to the present, represented in the cultural landscape, the religious ensembles, systems of communication, and traditional land-use. Being the birthplace of the Franciscan Order, Assisi has from the Middle Ages been closely associated with the cult and diffusion of the Franciscan movement in the world, focusing on the universal message of peace and tolerance even to other religions or beliefs.

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Address: Via degli Archi 6, Assisi, Umbria, 06081, Italy