Hotel San Luca
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Left siena with noddy, our car hire for 3days, fiat panda, just fitting in our bags. Headed off to chianti sculpture park, approx 30large pieces placed in woodland of visual delight. Pieces by artists from all countries and other pieces in owners premises which was an old pottery furnace. This building was incredible and the views, wow. Then to volterra, hill town of course, what else in tuscany. Stayed the night just outside wall area ...
... more than ample, but most of all it has been the feel of the place we have loved, to use an Australianism from our iconic movie,The Castle, 'the vibe'. Assisi changes every day. Wherever you look there is something else beautiful and captivating. There is an intangible quality that makes a stay not just enjoyable, but incredibly memorable and makes you want to return. I haven't left yet ...
... We walked around it and looked at the magnificent views, but decided not to pay the 5 Euro each to go inside as it warned anyone suffering from vertigo or claustrophobia to give it a miss. Then off to a wonderful shoe shop we found to buy more Italian shoes and home to the balcony to sip wine and watch the sunset. Capped off a wonderful day with dinner with Paul and Anita Duffett, who are here at the Anglican church in Assisi doing a locum for three months. ...
We woke this morning to a cloudless blue sky over Assisi. Our breakfasts here at Hotel Ideale continue to amaze us. A huge range of fruit and cereal and freshly made cappucino. The persimmon is just delicious at the moment. It was the perfect day to walk to the little church at St Damiano, in which the ministry of St Francis really began. It is about 1.5 k outside the walls of old Assisi and it was here that Francis heard God's voice speak to him from ...
Today was the best day weatherwise we have had here. When we went down for breakfast we walked into the middle of a spirited theological discussion between a couple from the US and a couple from Namibia, which became even more interesting as we joined it and in the end a couple from Singapore. A vertitable United Nations. After hanging out some washing on our balcony and (finally) finding a Post Office, outside the city wall (don't quite get why they don't have one in the city piazza) ...
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This 4 star hotel was quite charming. The average sized rooms had soft linens and large marble bathrooms. Our rooms had jacuzzi tubs as well. The common areas house antiques, canaries, tourist information, comfy couches and chairs, and a small bar (which we never saw anyone man or use). The hotel is located at the very bottom of the Spoleto hill. We are used to hilltown touring so this wasn't a problem for us. However, it is a steep 15-20min walk up to the Rocca and duomo. Breakfast was delicious but almost entirely composed of cakes (there is yogurt too). During our stay the air conditioning broke for one full day and there was no hot water the next day. The staff was quick to apologize and fix the problem, but it is somewhat unusual in a 4 star. In all, I would stay here again if I visited Spoleto. The San Luca was certainly not our best hotel experience, but also far from the worst ever encountered.
The rooms were large, clean and comfortable and the staff were extremely friendly and helpful. The hotel is beautiful, set just outside the busier areas of Spoleto it is in a good location. The building is lovely and the courtyard clean and a great place to relax in the sun. I definately recommend this hotel to anybody visiting Spoleto.
Small, boutique hotel, very nice rooms, excellent service, we stayed here May 2004, this was by far the best hotel of our entire trip (Rome, Florence & Ravello). Excellent breakfast as well, lovely setting, would highly recommend. Spoleto is an idyllic stop as well.
I'm writing this more as a caution for those that are booking. I had plans for staying at Hotel San Luca for a few nights of my honeymoon. We had to change the last part of our honeymoon and therefore I had to cancel our reservation. I gave the hotel 8 weeks notice. They are charging me 1/2 of my stay to my credit card.
Loved Hotel San Luca
My daughter and I had a whirlwind 3 weeks in Europe. A definite highlight was our stay at the Hotel San Luca in Spoleto, Italy. It is a family run hotel with only 35 rooms all of which have been hand painted with vines and flowers by the Lady who owns the hotel. There is a wonderful courtyard with a fountain dating back to circa 1192. As we would have our morning coffee in the courtyard, the dog 'Chicho" would visit us and we could hear the pet birds singing from the sitting room.It is at the bottom of the hills so after your day of walking around the village and your feet are sore, you are walking downhill.
One of the best hotels we stayed in on our trip - great service, beautiful room, hotel is well located and fantastic breakfasts! Stay here!
Nice hotel ...
Hotel San Luca was a nice hotel.. large room with standard 4 star hotel ameneties.. clean and quiet, with a good buffet breakfast ..and parking on site...views from hotel are nice but not spectacular - biggest downfall was location in Spoleto.. bottom of the hill.. everything is up up up! be prepared for some burning leg muscles
We just returned from four weeks in Italy and we spent three nights at the wonderful Hotel San Luca. The room was spacious and immaculate, the service excellent and the breakfast great! The staff was warm and friendly. I was to personally thank Mr. Andrea for all his help while we were there. I would recommend this hotel to anyone looking for a welcoming base for exploring Umbria.