See why so many travellers make Hotel Panoramico their hotel of choice when visiting Madonna del Sasso. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Rooms at Hotel Panoramico offer a flat screen TV and a desk providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
Baggage storage is one of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A lounge will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Hotel Panoramico, free parking is available.
If you like Italian restaurants, Hotel Panoramico is conveniently located near Agriturismo Il Barchetto.
If you’re looking for something to do, Santuario della Madonna del Sasso (0.1 mi) is a nice way to spend some time, and it is within walking distance of Hotel Panoramico.
At Hotel Panoramico, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Madonna del Sasso.
We booked this gem of a place on the Internet. Our room was a corner room with a spectacular view of Lake Orta. The room was very nice and stylish the bed comfortable, the balcony warp around big. As in a typical Italian place, the bedding was not up to standard. A woolen blanket wrapped in a bedsheet is not the standard today. The bathroom was small but stylish. The shower tiny. If you are slightly heavy set and not slim, but I do not mean fat or obese, it is virtually impossible to shower in this tiny shower cabin. Both room and bathroom were very clean and take care of daily. The breakfast, was, but not really excellent. Per person, one croissant and the same type of bread every day and a few biscuits and crackers do not constitute a bread variety. Jams ok and honey as well yogurt superb and cereal also. Every day a platter of ham and thinly sliced cheese? One day, the ham was replaced by Salami. Really???? Italy the land of cold cuts and cheese and this very restricted choice and quality makes breakfast along with the missing bread type a poor experience. How about some boiled eggs? Or freshly baked cakes, as this is normal in Italy. The food in the hotel restaurant is delicious and everyone stays there should try it. It is a family run hotel and service was warm and friendly and if business levels are not too high in the evening excellent attention and service. Some helpful tips for the owners maybe: Please respect classical service standards. Remove not necessary glasses from the table to create more space. At the breakfast room, please clear and clean the tables as the customers leave. Your habit of leaving these tables soiled with dirty dishes ruins the ambience, and it is not professional. These points are made to help you improve, not to nag. With a bit more care your hotel could be world class. Now it is only nice.…
Loved our top floor corner room, splendid view. The view from the breakfast room is also splendid, as is the view from the dining room. The restaurant was lovely, we really enjoy dinner there, inviting our local friends in for a great fete. You can walk to the local town, and over the Madonna del Sasso, a beautiful old church just hanging off the cliffs. With a car, you can access Lago d'Orta, a jewel of a lake, and walk about the quiant town of Pello, or water taxi to Isola San Giulio, or to or the other side or the lake to San Giulio d'Orta. We love this area, and love staying at this hotel. We were last therwe in Auguost, l2018, but I cannot click that date below.
Strategic position and breathtaking view from the room and the restaurant. Worth the visit! You can see the entire lake and the wonderful San Giulio Island. Romantic atmosphere and genuine service. Try also the restaurant, a delicious experience!
We booked to have lunch here and asked if we could bring our dog. We agreed on a table near a balcony where the dog could be out of the way. At short notice we decided to have lunch there the day before as well. We were met by an unfriendly lady who didn’t want the dog because of problems they had had. The restaurant was empty when we arrived! She was so unfriendly we decided not to stay. Much better to eat at the Agriturismo Barchetto! Dogs really welcome there!
We stayed several nights in this hotel situated high above lake Orta with beautiful views over the lake and Orta. The hotel is a bit dated but clean with a good kitchen and substantial breakfast, though we were disappointed by the coffee from the machine. Friendly welcome and relaxed atmosphere. There is a terrace to sit on and enjoy the view but when it get's colder in the evening there is no place to sit inside but your room. Our room contained shelves no wardrobe,a small wooden table and one chair. The bathroom esp the showercabin very small with rather rough towels but clean. The bed is comfortable with extra blankets for cold nights. In the immediate surroudings, beside a sanctuario on the next hill, nothing to do or see. Therefore you always need to travel a winding, small hazardous road to get to a restaurant, ferry or connecting roads.Hiking or biking mainly along the hilly roads which we found a bit dangerous and also quite a walk to reach the forest from the hotel.…
I recommend this hotel for a very authentic and "untouristy" holiday stay. The view is the most obvious outstanding feature, and it is absolutely spectacular - the light constantly changes and, if you're lucky, there will be a thunder storm over Milan while you're there that will illuminate the sky. And do not miss a walk to the Sanctuary, very peaceful and even better views. The drive up to the hotel is also a great feature, unless you're a nervous driver. I have to say, I really enjoyed this, but do try not to forget anything as when, you get to the bottom, "just popping back to get my camera" will possibly lead to an argument! Hotel food is very good, do stay and have an evening meal there. The hotel is family run, and a lovely family. English is a bit limited but, hey, what the heck, we managed fine, and communicating was fun. I also really enjoyed a couple of slightly tricky discussions about a) my initial choice of wine (in which I was persuaded to change my mind) and b) how to use the coffee machine (and not have too much espresso in one go). Maybe unnecessary, but it added to the charm of the place. Talking of charm, anyone who has stayed in Italy slightly off the beaten track (and often on it too) will be used to fairly "plain" bedrooms and bathrooms that are unlikely to feature in Grand Designs. Well, the rooms are more than comfortable but they do conform to type. In terms of the area, Lago d'Orta is fab, so is Maggiore (I much prefer Orta), and both Milan and Turin are within a pretty east drive (once you've got to the bottom of the hill). Malpensa is about an hours easy drive away. Fab - just go, you can't possibly regret it!…
Once you've got up to the hotel you are set for a stunning view from the balcony of your room, and the picture windows in the dining room and breakfast room. The light on Lake Orta changes the view all the time. The room is decorated in a rather sparse manner, but the view is all. The bed was comfortable, the bathroom was good. What sets the hotel in the excellent category however, is the truly delicious food served for dinner. We were there for three nights and both had amazing food each night, and of course, excellent wine to go along with it. Clorinda, the waitress, made each mealtime into an event.
We stayed in June for a few days prior to our departure from the Milan airport which is an easy distance away. Food was excellent, well prepared and fresh. Road up is unusual for most U.S. citizens fortunately my husband learned to drive in the mountains of California and West Virginia. The views are lovely and there is good terrace as well as rooms with a view. Staff is very polite and helpful. Nice drives nearby. Breakfast not up to evening standards. Coffee needs an upgrade.
This hotel offers the most stunning view one can get of the Lago 'd Orta. But beside this view, the food is of excellent quality (a not too sophisticated card), the rooms are nice and the staff is very friendly and helpful. The road to the hotel is perhaps a bit difficult for less experienced or drivers, since it is fairly steep and narrow. (but in the end, safe and well to do) Given all this, the pricing is modest compared to what one has to pay for similar hotels in the region.
We were headed to Lake Orta, and we had no idea what fabulous surprise awaited us. We had booked a night at the Hotel Panoramico, and all I knew, is that the address said Madonna del Sasso and that there was to be a beautiful view of the lake. We kept going up, and up, and up this narrow road-and when we got to the top, we were greeted with the hotel. The owner didn't speak English, but he took us up to our room, and nothing could prepare us for what we saw: We had two balconies facing the lake. The view was absolutely breathtaking! We walked to Madonna del Sasso and watched the sun set, and then had a fabulous meal(truffles!!) at the hotel(Thank goodness we didn't have to drive back down). Our only regret is that we couldn't stay longer. I kept getting up at sunrise to take pictures!!…