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Albergo Palazzo Vescovile - Residenza D'Epoca

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Piazzale Rosselli Fratelli 1, 17026 Noli Italy
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#2 of 13 hotels in Noli
The architectural complex known as the Bishop’s Residential Palace of Noli evolved over nearly 1000 years of history and was established, transformed and enlarged to host the Bishops Diocese of Noli from 1239 to 1820.The suite-rooms on the second floor, are two levels including an attic, faces south toward the solarium and the sea. Two of those rooms contains a fresco from the beginning of 15th century on its wall. Size 40-45 sqm.
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Piazzale Rosselli Fratelli 1, 17026 Noli Italy
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oliweraar wrote a review Nov 2019
Switzerland617 contributions235 helpful votes
on our way from the cote d'azur to the toscana we took a overnight stop in noli to enjoy the food and sleep in the historic palazzo vescovile. our room was spacious and offered a nice common terrace with view over the bay. very nice owner and staff.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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ThomOnTheRoad wrote a review Oct 2019
Basel, Switzerland15 contributions3 helpful votes
Quiet and cosy location above Noli. Very special, beautiful location in the former bishop palace with a great view across the Noli beach. Breakfast is served outside offering delicious, local food. High service quality provided by a very friendly staff.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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RagBra_Norway wrote a review Jul 2019
Horten, Norway4 contributions1 helpful vote
We already knew that the entrance to this hotel was somewhat "special". The elevator shaft can be found in the car park next to the tunnel entrance. Just ring the doorbell, and someone will either send the elevator down, or come down to fetch you and your luggage. And if you think that the elevator takes you to the reception, you're wrong. An extra ride with the funicular awaits, offering smooth transportation and an excellent view. Once inside the staff is personal and friendly. They only have 11 rooms. We had a small suite with a grand bedroom upstairs, and a shared terrace with a great view of the charming town of Noli. The restaurant has a Michelin star, nuff said. Don't choose this hotel if you want tall drinks by the pool, or a grand bar with a dance orchestra. This hotel is quiet, personal and friendly in a historic setting. It is a place to relax with good rooms, excellent food and a very nice selection of good wines. We loved it.
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Date of stay: June 2019
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Ask for one of the four suites facing the sea.
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AMo2013 wrote a review Aug 2018
Oslo, Norway32 contributions7 helpful votes
We spent 4 nights here. Good atmosphere, good service. Michelin restaurant in the hotel was good, but on the high side price wise. 28 euro per day for a place for two on the beach, but then you really get a nice place. We recommend Noli, a small friendly city with a great history.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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TTT404 wrote a review Jul 2018
United Kingdom89 contributions90 helpful votes
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What an entrance! You have to take a great glass elevator and a funicular railway just to get to reception. Then you have to climb a grand staircase to get to your room. Then you have to climb scary see-through polished wooden stairs to get to the sleeping quarters (if you have a suite like we did) and then you have to climb on to a strategically placed wooden box to see out of the window and get a glimpse of the sea. It was all a bit of a faff to be honest, especially with bags. You also have to do this all over again to move your car into a little walled and gated car park nearby. I was expecting large windows framing blue sea views but this is not the case. The windows are small and shuttered downstairs and tiny dormers upstairs accessed by the wooden box... The bed is set up on a platform with a high step so all in all access is very tricky, especially in the middle of the night. I expect the bishops had chamber pots! The bathroom was very small (tiny shower) and hadn’t been touched since the late 1980’s judging by the tired sanitary wear, rusty grab rails and large crack in the tiled floor. To get to the terrace you have to leave your room, go down a corridor and out through some French doors. A man came out and joined us and used it as a smoking den. Ugh! I’d forgotten my book and so had to go back to the room to get it - more faff. It all seemed a bit stressful and unprivate for what was advertised as luxury sea view accommodation. Plastic water beakers and sachets of Nescafé seemed stingy and more budget chain hotel than palatial. Breakfast was excellent though and the front of house man was just awesome! The breakfast terrace was delightful and it was very relaxing sitting there in the sun. Very expensive stay for the standard - hotel rooms and bathrooms need an overhaul to justify those prices.
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Date of stay: June 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Albergo Palazzo Vescovile - Residenza D'Epoca
Which popular attractions are close to Albergo Palazzo Vescovile - Residenza D'Epoca?
Nearby attractions include Loggia della Repubblica (0.2 km), Torre dei Quattro Canti (0.3 km), and Bagni Hilton (0.06 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Albergo Palazzo Vescovile - Residenza D'Epoca?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Albergo Palazzo Vescovile - Residenza D'Epoca?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a desk.
What food & drink options are available at Albergo Palazzo Vescovile - Residenza D'Epoca?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Albergo Palazzo Vescovile - Residenza D'Epoca?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Albergo Palazzo Vescovile - Residenza D'Epoca?
Conveniently located restaurants include Malafemmina Da Ferdi, Pappus, and Pasticceria la Crepe.
Is Albergo Palazzo Vescovile - Residenza D'Epoca located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.3 km away from the centre of Noli.
Does Albergo Palazzo Vescovile - Residenza D'Epoca offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to a business centre and meeting rooms during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Albergo Palazzo Vescovile - Residenza D'Epoca?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, Italian, Russian, and Arabic.
Are there any historical sites close to Albergo Palazzo Vescovile - Residenza D'Epoca?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Loggia della Repubblica (0.2 km), Arco della Regina Margherita (7.0 km), and Porta Testa (8.0 km).
Does Albergo Palazzo Vescovile - Residenza D'Epoca have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.