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We stayed one night in this hotel on our way back from Tuscany - not least because of the reputation of the Michelin-starred restaurant. Our room was situated on the second floor, with a small balcony and a nice view of the valley. Service was...More
and undoubtedly the best Italian breakfast we have ever had. And, yes, the cooking is of an exceptionally high standard and not over-priced considering the quality and precision. Old fashioned hospitality in a personal way, so different from the bland corporate smiles you get in...More
We came for lunch mid week. We didn't stay at the hotel as we came for the dining experience. It was well worth every penny. We had the menu il Classico and every dish was original, delicious and beautiful. The staff were friendly and helpful....More
This was my third stay at Al Sorriso, a restaurant with rooms that from1997-2012 had three Michelin stars. The rooms are pleasant, with a little balcony and a pretty view over the valley. The bedrooms are fine though not particulalry luxurious, but you come here...More
Simply prepared dishes with good ingredients are fine at this overly hyped michelan starred restaurant. We payed 960$ for one night including dinner. My jaw dropped when I got the bill. we did have 190$ in wine but that still brings me to 770$ for...More
US$200 - US$209 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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