Hotel Villa Michelangelo

Address: Via Sacco 35, Arcugnano, Veneto, 36057, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Via Sacco 35, Arcugnano, is near Il Duomo & Duomo Museum (Museo del Duomo), Villa Valmarana "Ai Nani", Duomo, and Giardino Salvi.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Villa Michelangelo Arcugnano

    Reviewed by dirk.mampaey

    Villa Michelangelo - Arcugnano

    Reviewed Aug 6, 2013
    by (3 reviews) , Belgium Flag of Belgium

    Hotel Villa Michelangelo is a very nice hotel in the Colli Berici. We had a very nice room, cool and spacious. Friendly people behind the counter. A very nice garden with a view where breakfast is served. Breakfast itself is very extensive.
    One remark though. The restaurant is placed around the pool. During daytime this is the pool bar and sun terras, in the evening the deck chairs are replaced by tables and chairs. In my opinion, this is a mistake. It doesn't give the atmosphere you'd expect from a restaurant. On top of this, there are not enough places to seat everybody. So we were asked friendly to free our table after we've finished.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Villa Michelangelo Arcugnano

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