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Reviewed 13 October 2017 via mobile

The Due Mori is steps from the centre of the Palladian gloriousness that is Vicenza. The staff is friendly & English-speaking and the hotel is well-located — also restaurant recommendations given are terrific. My gluten free friend even managed to have tiramisu at a suggested place.

Highly recommend!

Stayed: October 2017, travelled with friends
Thank viv_s_2004
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Reviewed 10 March 2017 via mobile

A quiet luxurious hotel a block behind the main square. Beautiful antique furnishings, rugs and accessories. Lovely fresh flowers around the lobby, sitting areas and breakfast room.
The staff was so welcoming and cooperative. We were overwhelmed with the assistance and kindness during our stay.
We were given an early check in and they held our luggage until we were ready to leave town.
A nice breakfast of fresh croissants, bread
Jams and fresh squeezed orange juice,
Delicious cappuccino and caffe.
Thank you all for a wonderful stay !
We will be back!

Stayed: February 2017, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Carol J
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Reviewed 26 September 2016

We chose this hotel because it was within walking distance of the train station, and also very close to the centre of Vicenza. We were not disappointed.

It was an easy 16-minute walk, pulling suitcases, to the Due Mori from the station. It’s situated down a quiet side-street, one block away from Piazza Signori, but isolated from the noise and bustle of its occasional markets and music. It would be difficult to be more central! The hotel has a quiet elegance about it, and we were warmly greeted by the staff. Don’t be put off by the hotel’s 2-star status – this is a perfectly good place to stay, and we stayed there for seven nights. On the basis of previous TripAdvisor comments, we opted not have breakfast, and that turned out just fine: there are several cafés serving coffee and brioche within less than two minutes of the hotel, and we were happy with all those we tried.

Our room, on the third floor, was simply but adequately furnished. Two single beds had been pushed together to form a king-size bed, and we both found it very comfortable. The vaulted ceiling had what looked like ancient wooden rafters supporting it, and there was a pleasing sense of timelessness about it. There was no air-conditioning; but a silent – silent! – fan up in the rafters, with an adjustable speed, kept the air moving. The modern bathroom, with shower, was fine, although the shower cubicle might be a little tight for those of very large girth. The room was kept spotlessly clean during our stay.

We were somewhat unlucky in that the September temperatures were above 30 degrees for two or three days, which made it exceptionally warm at night, and we did have a little trouble sleeping. But, when daytime temperatures fell back to the mid-20s, we had no problem at all. Two of our days there were showery, on which occasions the hotel kindly gave us an umbrella for the day.

All of Vicenza’s many sights were easily walkable from the hotel, and our day trip to Padua by train (highly recommended) was easily accomplished – trains were pretty frequent. We would be happy to stay at the Due Mori again; and Vicenza has become one of our favourite Italian cities.

Room Tip: Our room on the third floor, overlooking the entrance, was very quiet.
  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank PJandSJ
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Reviewed 17 September 2016

We wouldn’t have minded staying in any hotel in the UNESCO heritage city of Vicenza. But knowing our taste, our friend booked us at Due Mori – the oldest one there. There was an instant connect with the place. We were cheerfully greeted and directed to our room – very spacious, clean and welcoming. The antique wooden furniture was an added element of joy for us. There is no a/c and thankfully no TV (not required in any case). The bath is also large with a shower cubicle, hot water and clean towels.

Due Mori is perfectly situated in a quiet lane (husband was happy) just a minute’s walk from the main square (I was happy)! You can just walk around taking in some of the world’s best architecture by Palladio, eat at the numerous cafes lining the Basilica, shop some of the best brands and end with delicious gelato. Please note cars are not allowed in so you need to get and display a pass to drive to the hotel.

We found Vicenza very special and it was made even more special with our experience at Due Mori. Plan to return.

Room Tip: Cannot say as all rooms are different. Ours was on the first level.
  • Stayed: April 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank Rakhee25
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Reviewed 4 June 2016 via mobile

Very friendly, accommodating staff, ideally situated within a few minutes walk of main places of interest. Highly recommended.
Clean rooms, towels changed daily. Staff speak good English and are exceptionally helpful in a crisis.
Suggested good restaurants. Good continental breakfast, excellent coffee.
Would come back again.

Stayed: June 2016, travelled with friends
Thank Jenny S
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