Hotel Aquila Bianca
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Aquila Bianca Orvieto
Beautiful palace in the heart of Orvieto. The breakfast room and food was fantastic, the room large and comfortable. Had some issues with the WiFi not working in the room and had to use the WiFi in the lobby.
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