Finding an ideal romantic hotel in Assisi does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Posta Panoramic, a nice option for travellers like you.
Close to some of Assisi's most popular landmarks, such as Piazza del Comune (0.1 mi) and Cattedrale di San Rufino (0.2 mi), Hotel Posta Panoramic is a great destination for tourists.
Hotel Posta Panoramic offers guests an array of room amenities including air conditioning and a desk, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and newspaper, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features an on-site restaurant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to paid public parking available nearby.
Travellers looking to enjoy some ribs can head to Trattoria da Erminio. Otherwise, you may want to check out an Italian restaurant such as Osteria Piazzetta dell'Erba, Ristorante La Stalla, or Trattoria Pallotta.
Assisi is also known for some great ancient ruins, including Museo e Foro Romano, Museo Diocesano e Cripta di San Rufino, and Parrocchia Santa Maria Maggiore - Frati Cappuccini Assisi, which are not too far from Hotel Posta Panoramic.
Hotel Posta Panoramic looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Assisi.
Ristorante Posta, Via S. Paolo, 11, Assisi, Umbria Review covers the Ristorante Posta ... *not* the Hotel Posta. It was Friday. After a slow morning, we took the car to Passignano on Lago Trasimeno for an afternoon on the beach/water. Four hours later we were back on the road heading for Assisi – just 45 minutes away. We parked in the car park at Porta Mojano – where we had first parked 10 days earlier - three levels underground with steps/lift up to the relatively new commercial centre above the car park and providing access to the series of short/narrow escalators that take you up to street level near to the Basilica di Santa Chiara. It was after 17.00 and we were under pressure to catch the Basilica di San Francesco before it closed for the day. This started with a whistle-stop tour of Santa Chiara’s resting place. All this way – rushing things – what a hassle (except that two of us had spent the day here last week). Then it was race towards the San Francesco side of town through the centre – Piazza del Comune – where (if you have the time) you stop/sit/enjoy those images of 15th century Umbria that surround you including the Ancient Roman Temple of Minerva (now a Christian church). This is where the original Roman Forum once was. Early evening and the Centro Storico Assisi was filling up with the passeggini – temperatures in the high-20s degC and the sun still reflecting back from the brilliant white masonry that typifies much of the town. We took the easy route, following the Via San Francesco directly to the Basilica di San Francesco … and just caught the Upper Church open (but not the crypt). Outside again you descend the wide steep steps to the Lower Church. It was scheduled to close later and there was time on hand. Key visits accomplished – everyone was hungry – time to find somewhere interesting to eat. Instead of returning along the Via San Francesco – the easy route (with all those restaurants) – we climbed higher into the town following the Via Metastasio that leads into the Via S. Paolo - twists and turns that provide some spectacular views across the surrounding country through gaps between the buildings. Partway along the Via S. Paolo descending into Piazze del Comune we found what we were looking for – Hotel/Ristorante Posta. The place looked closed. You could see those panoramic views through the windows. The door opened, however, and mine host confirmed that they were … ‘opening in 10 minutes’. We waited … and waited outside whilst everyone had a say … wait or shift elsewhere? A more experienced/determined German family took some definitive action and entered the restaurant and (as we subsequently found) took pole position on a small open veranda with a world class view across the Valley of the River Topino (tributary of the Tevere). By the time we had made up our collective minds, we took the remaining table/seats behind them – providing that same world-class view, etc. except when seen through the heads of our astute neighbours. It was easy to exchange greetings, etc., however, when there are two families ‘check by jowl’ (as we say … except that the Italians tend to say ‘gomito a gomito’ which means ‘elbow to elbow’) both groups of kids looking at each other as if seeing Martians for the first time - ours were much younger, of course. Service proved to be fast, personal and friendly – mine host & his wife who did most of the ordering and the cameriere who did most of the delivery – stairs to climb/descend, laying tables, bringing drinks, vagaries of decision-making and people changing their minds. The cameriere was just one more saint in a town full of saints. She earned her mancia that evening. We ordered the ‘tourist meal’ on offer – choice of three out of four plates (primi, secondi, contorno & dolci) and then shared the different foods across the table. Given the variety/mix of foods, we took them as they came – sei adulti & tre ragazzi – and that meant 18 different plates – only three of which were dolce. Eating/sharing started as the first couple plates arrived – with the others quickly following; the table was eventually awash with plates. The paste were hot and plentiful; the meats well-presented and delicious; the contorni – mixed salads, grilled vegetables and patate fritte – plentiful. We had ordered too many salads and insufficient potatoes (one of which never arrived – but you can’t fault given the the earlier confusion – they offered another portion ‘frutta’ as an alternative). Hours later – or so it seemed – the mains were finished and cleared away – and the three dolce ‘frutta di stagione’ – a large bowl of fruits – was placed in the centre of the table, cut up and shared. Couple bottles frizzante water, 0.25L/table red, Coke, one beer and couple coffees complemented the food. Tourist meals were €18/person (total €108). We paid €118 for our table/meal/drinks – less than we had expected. It was excellent value considering the quality of the foods, the competence/effort of the service and the location. Our compliments to the patron and his people. It was a meal to experience in a setting that was unique – there is, after all, just the one Assisi. Across the dark valley the lines of the houses, roads, traffic and patches of trees were etched on the landscape in the lights of the surrounding communities. The al fresco diners clearly dominated the restaurant that evening – two tables - 14 of us. Inside there was seating for >60 but we noted only half-dozen diners. Heading back to the car, it was well-passed 23.00 h and we wondered about catching the escalators for our return. We did (doors close at midnight in summer). Not that this is a big issue, for you have to walk back down steps whatever you do (escalators are all about lifting you into the town – they travel one way). You are not supposed to take a baby carriage on the escalators – there’s a large red symbol with a line through it. We had earlier walked up – 400 m to the Basilica. We had been in the town for five hours by the time we came to pay our parking charges. This thing about ‘il tempo vola quando ti diverti’ (i.e. time flies when you’re having fun) Peter Steele Rome 19 August 2019…
Clean rooms, very nice views from the balcony, descent breakfast and the family that owns it is very friendly.Very nice and convenient location, from there you can go almost anywhere with ease.If I ever come back to Assisi I will visit it again.
We stayed here for 5 nights whilst on a retreat in Assisi last week. Staff, although very little spoken English, could not have been more friendly, and food was delicious, especially in the evening ( fully catered for an individual with Gluten and Dairy allergies) . Rooms functional and spotlessly clean, and do ask for a panoramic view. Location ideal for centre of Assisi, and the local taxi driver, Gian Luca, typified the friendly nature of the people. We would certainly use again when we return to Assisi.
Hotel panoramic were the three country’s meet advertisers as 5 star more like a good 3 looking a bit on the tiered side but comfortable bed lovely pool and staff are very welcoming this hotel is all about location and if luxury doesn’t really matter this place is ideal walking distance to the small town and shopping
I was here for a week, clean and comfortable lodging, great food and hosts are all great. Everyone was friendly, worked with me on my limited command of the Italian language. This place was at a great central location.