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The top class, newly-built hotel, owned by a family who have been hoteliers for generations, boasts a central position commanding breathtaking views, near the spa buildings. The hotel has a lift linking it with lively Piazza Italia, large and welcoming rooms with bath and sitting room, balcony, air conditioning, telephone, colour television and piped music. It has spacious halls, reading and games room, bar, meeting room, swimming pool and garage. Service is to the highest standards. The Hotel Cristallo's renowned cuisine bases itself on wholesome food (various types of meat, poultry, wine, food, oil, honey and vegetable produce).
stayed here for 3 nights with leger jewels of Italy tour, food was good and lots of choice, rooms were great typical Italian decoration staff were just amazing, my girlfriend ended up in hospital with a broken rib ( not diagnosed before we travelled) and...More
A little dated but a very smart typical Italian Hotel. We had a huge room, wooden floors and enough space for a dance practice if you needed. Because of the size it was a bit cold but had a nice balcony and excellent wifi. The...More
stopped in hotel for 3 nights, staff friendly and helpful. Food was very average and portions were not very big. Hotel was beautiful inside but not designed for elderly people, lots of stairs. Lifts small and have to take your cases up one flight of...More
We stayed here for 4 nights as part of Leger coach holiday, the first impressions was a little disappointing with all the shutters down on the rooms windows. It is quite a large hotel catering for several large groups efficiently. The town is in interesting...More
Had my phone stolen from the locker in my room during breakfast 20 minutes before I had to checkout and leave! Suddenly, the staff spoke very little English when I reported it at reception. With their broken English, they tried to convince me that I...More