Hotel Villa Soligo4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I've had the pleasure of staying at the hotel on a few occasions, once in a large group for a week and the others as short getaways with my partner. The staff are very welcoming, polite and eager to help. The breakfast provided is good and the evening meals are great- they're always happy to accommodate special requirements. The hotel grounds are lovely and the pool area is an extremely tranquil place to relax in beautiful surroundings. There are parts of the hotel that are not at the high standard of others (dilapidated, unusable tennis court etc) but for me that is part of the hotels charm. The hotel is far from perfect, but it doesn't pretend or try to be perfect. What it is though is a peaceful retreat in amazing surroundings with warm genuine people, full of character and charm. I thoroughly recommend a stay at the hotel. Unless you're expecting the Ritz you will not be disappointed.
Came for one night on our way to Tuscany and arrived in heavy rain so had to wait in the car. It was late and we wanted to ensure we had someting to eat in their restaurant before they closed, but we were unsure if we were properly dressed for this place. Staff made os feel comfortable, we got a fabulous room, waiters in the restaurant were so pleasant, and the food was really nice and price worthy. We would definitely return here.
Let me start by saying the staff here, particularly those on the desk, are friendly, smiley and polite. I visited with others on a walking tour of the Prosecco hills.The area is lovely. I found the room here very spacious but am not a fan of peeling wallpaper, exposed wood & masonry and grubby grey voiles. TLC needed for sure. If you're a vegetarian like me this hotel is a non-starter, with main meals including an entire buffalo mozzarella plonked on a plate with a sliced tomato to a small, cold, burnt omelette - so I am very surprised to read other good reviews of the food in particular,obviously these were posted by meat-eaters. I wouldn't go back to this hotel.
First off the positive - Very friendly and helpful staff, beautiful grounds and a wonderful quiet position. Also very good continental breakfasts. On first sight it is very grand but closer inspection shows it in need of quite a bit of TLC to bring it back to its former glory including fixing the leaks when the thunderstorms hit. Not all rooms have air conditioning as claimed. Those on the ground floor have very high ceilings so it probably not be practical and, in moderate temperatures, it probably wouldn't be a problem but when it gets hotter it can become uncomfortable. Although the breakfasts were good we found the quality of the evening catering variable to say the least. In fairness that could have been because we were part of a group booking and we got what the organisers paid for.
We would highly recommend including a stay here. Clean spacious rooms incredibly friendly and helpful staff. On arrival we were greeted with a glass of Processo before being escorted to our room. Great breakfast. Their restaurant serves up a fabulous meal at a very affordable price.
My sister and I took her disabled husband to visit his mother's birthplace. We stayed at the hotel Villa Soligo and did not expect such an incredible stay. The owner cooked us dinner and we dined in a room with a roaring wood fire with no one else there! He made my brother-in-law's favorite dish Risotto. It was excellent! The room was huge and beautiful and breakfast was included....such a variety of beautiful foods. And once again the owner was there! Top notch staff who cared about our needs. I would highly recommend this wonderful hotel and I hope to return one day.
Staff is very hospitable and friendly, enjoyed interacting with them (Nello, Consuelo, Luca, Alberto, Hussein). Breakfast had good selection, including a boil-your-own-egg, something I've never experienced, but I liked it. Had a chance to eat at the restaurant, which provided tasty simple, local fare. Room was large and facing the pool, and a view of the vineyards an town in the distance. As this was the start of autumn, the surroundings were beautiful. The bed could be better and wish that there were screens, as I like fresh air, but mosquitoes always seem to find me. Otherwise, was comfortable. I used the pool once, which was great for a few laps until the cold water forced me out of it. Wish it had been warmer as I would have swam everyday. As an early riser, I always went down to sit by the pool after breakfast, to enjoy the fresh air and hear the birds, or read a chapter of my book, or even do my yoga sun salutation. I walked the perimeter of the property and found a little chapel. I had a very pleasant stay here.
Villa Soligo is in a lovely location in the Veneto. Its grounds and interior public surroundings are lovely. It was very busy and obviously popular. I found a few things that detracted from the experience: wi-fi was weak and spotty; TV did not have any English language channels because management didn't pay for them for all rooms; room lighting was very poor except for the bathroom; plugs not in convenient locations for recharging electronics; no hooks on bathroom door for nightgown; no screens, so bugs came in if I opened windows; room was dingy and could use a paint job and a little decoration. My king size bed was made up of two twin beds pushed together, with thin mattresses and box springs, and was lumpy with sheets that barely covered the sides. I hope management pays attention to these items to vastly improve the experience.
Originally we wanted to spend three nights at Villa Soligo but we fell in love with the place and ended up staying six nights. It is a bit like stepping back in time. What a great atmosphere! At first we had room 208 which is a lovely, green room but the beds are in a rather poor condition and our backs didn't agree with them. When we asked the staff wether another room could be organised, they did this within a few minutes. Now we had room 206, a bit smaller then 207 but even more beautiful!. Blue wallpapers, very cosy and with a great view. We loved the swimming pool en the terrace with its nice view at the mountains and the little San Gallo church in flood light. Sitting there drinking a Prosecco tranquillo is a sheer delight. Talking about Prosecco: this is the Prosecco region. The Strada Proseccco is a wonderfull drive and we found it very uplifting to drive through vineyards responsible for future consumptions. You can easily visit Venice from here for a day. Park the car next to Conegliano Railway station (a 25 minutes drive) and within an hour you are at Il Canal Grande. Back to Villa Soligo. Breakfast is excellent and the little restaurant is an experience. Not only because of the lovely food but certainly also because of the service of the two gentlemen. One of them (I guess he is the oldest one) is an amazing charachter with a wonderful sense of humor. We will never forget him. The other one impresssed us with his dedication. Now tallking about service. This is one of the major assets of Villa Soligo. The staff is most friendly and very helpfull. It is clear all staff members do like their job (or at least give that impression) and they are really giving you a wonderful time, providing you with fond memories for the rest of your life.
A beautiful spacious ground floor family room with high ceilings and wooden shutters. Very elegant and charming property with a lovely outdoor pool. High quality breakfasts and we enjoyed a few dinners in the restaurant. The staff are extraordinarily helpful and friendly and nothing was too much trouble. We felt like we were staying with friends rather than at a hotel. We loved our holiday
- Free breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Located in Soligo, Hotel Villa Soligo is within a 10-minute drive of Santa Maria Abbey Follina and Golf Club Conegliano. This 30-room, 4-star hotel has an outdoor pool along with free in-room WiFi and free self parking. It's near the airport and also within a 15-minute drive of Plavilandia.
Free breakfast is included with your stay. Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or meet other guests at the free daily manager's reception.
All 30 air-conditioned rooms feature safes and desks. Guests can expect to find TVs and stay connected with free WiFi. Hair dryers are also standard.
Guests staying at Hotel Villa Soligo enjoy an outdoor pool, a health club, and a sauna. Free parking is included with your stay. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help with luggage storage, and answer any questions about the accommodations. Additional amenities include free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and a 24-hour business center.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
92% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 454 reviews