Hotel Fonte Cesia
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Fonte Cesia Todi
We loved the Hotel Fonte Cesia. It's located in the historical center of Todi in the Piazza Jacopone. From the outside, it looks like an older building without much pizazz, On the inside, the pizazz is everywhere. Our room was a junior suite with a large terrace.
The room was spacious and spotlessly clean. The decor was lovely, comfortable bed, chairs to sit in and a nice clean bathroom. Everything you would want in a hotel.
Add to that, the staff was awesome. Everyone was friendly, helpful and always smiling. We had so much fun talking to them in our broken Italian while they helped us when we stumbled.
We would recommend the hotel to anyone staying in Todi. You will be happy with your choice.
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