Hotel Dei Duchi4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Easy to find travelling by car as it is at the beginning of town but also near the centre and all the amenities. We arrived early and the car park wasn't full but it filled up later, being a little small. Spacious, comfortable and clean room. Helpful staff. Great view. Good and plentiful breakfast.
Stayed here for two nights as part of a Group. We needed the rest after being on the road for most of the day. It is "camera comfort." Could not get any laundry done on the Sunday. The buffet breakfast had a good selection. A wonderful view outside. A good location. Perfectly safe to wander around the immediate neighbourhood. I got a cuppuccino at the local corner "cafe" on this Sunday morning without a care in the world. I wandered towards the garden-park nearby where a motorcycle rally was in progress nearby. I felt safe at all times that morning by myself. It was good to breathe the fresh and clean country air. Grazie.
We throughly enjoyed the warm hospitality of Tulia and her excellent staff at Hotel Dei Duchi. The breakfast was delicious with lots of fresh fruit, meats, and baked goods. This hotel is in the perfect location for exploring Spoleto. There are many excellent restaurants within 5 mins walk. We will definitely be back again!
A perfectly nice 4* Italian hotel. Lovely terrace and breakfast room overlooking the Roman Theatre. Helpful staff and in the centre of town with plenty of great restaurants around. Avoid the lower floors as they are underneath the reception and the rooms were a little smaller.
Stayed two nights in early May in this hotel. It is perfectly situated just outside the town center, though just inside ZTL, guests are allowed to reach the hotel. This makes the hotel a good base to drive to visit other towns. The hotel is well maintained. Our room on the third floor is spacious, clean and with a great view. Also, the front desk staff was very helpful, especially Patrizia. She was responsive in email exchange when we reserved the room. During our stay, besides recommending restaurants, etc. she also went out of her way to help us find US international operator so we can resolve a credit card fraud alert situation. All in all, a great stay in Spoleto.
We were travelling with a group of 25 for a week. The hotel was well-situated, with lovely views in all directions. Our room was large and well-equipped, although there was no long hanging space in the wardrobe. Our bathroom with large shower was modern and immaculately clean. The food, both at breakfast and dinner was excellent. In our 7 night stay we had a different menu every evening. On our last day a special gateau was made for us. All the staff were friendly, helpful and charming. It was wonderful to come back after a day of sight-seeing to a warm welcome. The hotel is very well- situated for an easy walk in to town, and Spoleto itself has much to offer.
Hotel Dei Duchi is an excellent choice for visiting Spoleto. It is very central with very good restaurants, bars, museums all in easy walking distance. Our room had a splendid view of the hills and was very bright and airy. Beds comfortable. staff very accommodating. Breakfast was good - a buffet with boiled eggs, cheeses, cold meats, pastries, juice, fruit, yogurts etc and very good coffee. There is a bar but we never seemed to be there at a time when it was manned so didn't actually manage a drink there. But it didn't matter as there are plenty of bars in the town. All in all a very good hotel - I would recommend it to anyone visiting the beautiful town of Spoleto.
Spoleto is a fantastic small town full of awesome food. The hotel Dei Duchi is in a great location, walking distance into town and the underground moving sidewalks entrance just across the street. A great, easy way to get to the higher points of town. Most rooms have great views. The rooms are somewhat basic, but very clean.
We spent one night (October 4, 2016) at this hotel after spending hours researching places to stay in Spoleto. We liked that it was next to the pedestrian entrance to the city, adjacent to the ancient theater ruins, had free parking, and was modern and clean. Also, reasonably priced. We had a balcony room overlooking a playing field and the countryside. Warm front desk greeting and parking advice. Elevators for getting luggage upstairs. Decent breakfast in airy, windowed dining room. Room was just as in pictures -with the light colored wood cabinets, and modern bathroom. Only problem for us was that we were there between seasons, and the hotel heating system was not yet turned on for what was an unexpectedly cold and nasty October night. We were shivering and freezing, but staff brought us extra duvets and we survived! I would look forward to staying at this modern, well-situated establishment again!
This would have been a good choice had it not been for the rude staff members we dealt with. It's hard to understand how such a nice hotel can be managed by people who seem to have no experience in the hospitality industry. From the moment we entered with our bags to the moment we left we were never greeted with a smile, a "Thank you", a "How are you?" - nothing. Instead the staff was less than gracious, and frowns seemed to the expression of the week. Common courtesy was lacking in even the most simple ways. The positive thing we can mention about this hotel is its location. It's within a 20-minute walk of a lot of the city's attractions, and they offer parking on site in front of the hotel. They have a restaurant, as well, which was convenient. We wouldn't stay here again, though. Guests deserve better.
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91% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 556 reviews