Soave Hotels

Our Members Say

  • iaint profile photo iaint
  • Reviews: 1431

3 out of 5 starsUser Rating

Roxy Plaza: pretty good

Just SO Italian!

Can't say I spent much time here - 8 hours max. The room was a single - very normal in Italy, but not if you're used to things being more international. A clean and comfortable room, but not big.

Only downside apart from that was "non smoking" being an alien concept.

Public areas are very swish. Staff friendly & helpful. Breakfast was excellent - the coffee especially, as you'd expect.

Can't comment on price - my client paid.

The Italian "style".

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Business Travel, Wine Tasting
  • Written May 27, 2010
Tip Photo

entrance is round the side


Was this review helpful?

  • coccinella169 profile photo coccinella169
  • Reviews: 240

3 out of 5 starsUser Rating

3 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

La Terza: Bed and breakfast a bit outside of Soave

The bed and breakfast La Terza is located about 2km outside Soave in an area called Costeggiola. This is a small village with only a few houses. La Terza itself is an old but restored stone house with 3 guest rooms. Their website gives the impression- at least for me- that the house is a detached building in the middle of vineyards- in fact it is a row house. From their breakfast room (which is seperated in their garden) though you have a nice view over the vineyards. The room was ok, it was facing the courtyard, had a wooden ceiling and a little fireplace. You can lend DVDs. One night costs EUR 30 p.p. including breakfast. The owners make a lot of effort to make your stay a pleasant one and provide a lot of information about the area.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written December 20, 2006
Tip Photo

Room


Was this review helpful?

  • NiciEMS profile photo NiciEMS
  • Reviews: 1

5 out of 5 starsUser Rating

Agriturismo Libero: Soave Agriturismo recommendation

We found this place on the Internet - www.agriturismolibero.com and were struck by its beauty! We were not disappointed. A old (?500 year old) farmhouse on a working vineyard, Libero was completely rebuilt in 1999 by its owner Nicola and his father. The house was gutted and is now modern with hardwood floors, spacious rooms, dining are, kitchen etc. but with exposed portions of the old stone walls. It sits on a hillside overlooking the walled town of Soave and with Soave Castle in the distance. There is a small terrace framed by walnut trees where we would sit in the afternoon drinking complimentary Soave wine while listening to Pavaroti and planning our travel excursions for the next day.

There are only 2 large bedrooms and one gigantic shared modern bathroom (with the largest shower I encountered in Italy!), all with gorgeous hardwood floors, views of the vineyard and countryside, vaulted ceilings, king beds (very firm mattresses), wardrobe and fans .One room has a sleeper sofa.

Breakfast of scrambled eggs with cheese, homemade almond coffee cake, croissants, homemade preserves, great coffee, juice, toast. Ate 2 excellent dinners. The owners - Mira and Nicola - have a great herb garden and Mira uses the fresh arugula and herbs in her salads and pasta - yum!

Mira is from Brazil, Nicola from Soave. They have been married for 4 years and are in the mid-30's. They are lovely people, very much in love. Their English is limited but they understand Spanish, Portugese, & French. Very friendly and helpful.

We paid 55 euros per night for our room with breakfast. As with many Agriturismos, there are no phones in the rooms, and you get a set of towels to last your stay.
It was a great place to return to each day after the hustle and bustle and crowds in Venice, Verona and Vicenza.

Great views, food, quiet, cool when it's hot in the city, complimentary wine, extremely clean, large rooms, nice hosts, great location, easy to find.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Farm Stay
  • Written June 27, 2004

Was this review helpful?

Write a Review

Sort by: Most recent | Most helpful

Instant Answers: Soave

Get an instant answer from local experts and frequent travelers

87 travelers online now