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Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

Beautiful views from a hotel sat atop a hill! Felt like we were n another world. Absolutely recommend eating at their restaurant. Owners also offer a shuttle to the beach if you don't have a car or don't want to drive. We didn't get a chance but it was said to us to make sure to walk the grounds as they hotel is a huge park. Would advise to get a room that is away from the entrance to the hallway.

Stayed: July 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank Dawn R
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Hotel M, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at Hotel Monteconero, responded to this reviewResponded 25 July 2017

Thank you for your words about our Hotel.
We are happy that you enjoyed our services.
Thanks again.

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Reviewed 29 May 2017 via mobile

My family and friends stayed at this hotel for three nights for a family wedding. What a stunning location. Rooms comfortable. Service great. Views from the hill top are out of this world. Lovely pool to relax by in the lovely sunshine. An idyllic weekend

Stayed: May 2017, travelled with family
Thank Anne L
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Reviewed 29 October 2016 via mobile

I checked in to stay two nights. I cannot leave because I will be charged if I do. The view is fantastic. Come have a drink in their "American Bar" and stay somewhere else. The rooms are small. I managed to renegotiate and get a room with a bath tub which is a very difficult thing since they on,y have a hand full. Otherwise you have a shower stall too small to shave your legs ladies.

The restaurant is the worst I've experienced in my 18 months living in Italy. There is a "buffet" for the antipasti. Who knows how long it sat out wilting but I declined. You should too. I ordered the soup of vegetables, which was a mush of whatever with no taste whatsoever. I had a secondi of mixed grilled fish. What I was served was a plate with one charred gamberi, two breaded pieces of undetermined fish and a third breaded funky fish thing. I tried hard. I was hungry. It was disgusting. Greasy. No flavor. Not hot. Do they just keep a warming tray with inedible fish? DO NOT EAT HERE.

The staff is aloof, the hotel cold in decor and the rooms small and the television is so small there is no way you could see anything p,aged on it even though they advertise having cable and pay channels. Seriously. Oh and the bath amenities? Tiny bars of soap, no hair products. One skimpy linen bidet towel and a companion skimpy hand towel.

This hotel has a premier location. Whoever owns it should sell it. Let a true hotelier run it. It should be a Relais & Chateau. Or a Leading Hotels property. Instead it is a sad example of a property ignored by an owner who won't invest a dime to even provide a decent meal.

SHAME ON YOU!!!

Stayed: October 2016, travelled solo
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Hotel M, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at Hotel Monteconero, responded to this reviewResponded 31 October 2016
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Cara Signora,
La ringraziamo per esser stata nostra ospite e ci permettiamo di risponderle in italiano dato che già da diverso tempo vive nel nostro paese . Ci spiace che non abbia lasciato subito il nostro hotel se era questa la Sua vera intenzione. Nessuno le ha detto che le sarebbe stato addebitato ugualmente il costo del soggiorno e non ci spieghiamo come mai abbia addirittura chiesto un late check out (accordatole peraltro gratuitamente) se era tanto insoddisfatta del nostro hotel.
Ci spiace inoltre delle Sue rimostranze sulla nostra cucina, ma non abbiamo potuto stornare l'importo del ristorante al momento del conto, neppure in seguito alla sua minaccia di una bad review, poiché tutte le portate erano state da Lei regolarmente consumate.
Siamo sorpresi che auspichi la vendita del nostro hotel ad una catena alberghiera. Sicurante a true hotelier avrebbe gestito in maniera diversa le rimostranze dei suoi vicini di tavolo al ristorante, dopo che Lei ha lasciato che il suo cane facesse i suoi bisogni in mezzo alla sala. Solo grazie ad una gestione familiare, che ha insito in sé il senso dell’accoglienza e che si adopera in ogni modo per cercare di non scontentare nessuno dei propri ospiti, lei ha potuto continuare il suo pasto con accanto il suo cane. Davvero è convinta che dobbiamo provare vergogna per questo????
Come può inoltre sapere quanto tempo e quanto denaro la proprietà spende ogni anno per mantenere con decoro e lustro un edificio storico ( le cui origini risalgono al 15mo secolo) quale è il nostro hotel???

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Reviewed 27 October 2016

Fantastic location with great views. The rooms were a little small but adequate.
The actual place was interesting but inspite of allowing dogs, if booked in advance, the head waiter told us he would.nOt allow dogs in the dinning room. He was over ruled by the boss and then sat us off in a side alley and gave us the set menu, even though we did not want it. The experience effected us so that so we eat out the rest of our time, actually we found better restaurants locally.

Room Tip: Sea view essentials
  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 9 October 2016

I have known Hotel Monteconero since 1958 when my mother took us there as children. I have known 3 generations of the Melappioni family. They have never failed to be courteous, attentive and kind and have, over the years, become very special friends. There is a magic in the atmosphere there which in my opinion is unique. Of course the hotel has changed and grown during the last 58 years but the atmosphere is essentially the same.

Every time I arrive I get excited by the glimpse through the avenue of oak trees leading up to the hotel Piazza with its beautiful 11 Century church but.One can go for a peaceful stroll in the woods in the hotel grounds among the ruins of the hermits ancient dwellings or go for a hike on the mountain trails in the Conero National Park just outside the hotel gates.

The rooms are spotless and the food and local wines delicious. The views from the bar terrace and from the balconies of the rooms on the same side of the hotel are fabulous, looking down over the Adriatic coast below, the valleys and hill towns with the Apennines in the distance.
The local villages of Sirolo & Numana are very pretty and within one and a half hours you could drive to Urbino, Ascoli Piceno or Gubbio. Beautiful beaches are 10 minutes drive away and a shuttle bus is available.

I am grateful to my mother for discovering this place all those years ago and I don't think I could ever ask for more!

Room Tip: I prefer the rooms on the South side with panoramic views of the valleys below.
  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled solo
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