Quaint, romantic hotel in a charming historic building
Pretty location perched on top of a hill with great views
Unique, peaceful "wellness grotto" with hot tub and sauna
Stylish, rustic rooms with nice bathrooms; some with soaking tubs
Free breakfast buffet available
Well regarded Mastin Vecchio restaurant
Small spa can get crowded
The upscale, 31-room Hotel Benessere Oste del Castello is a retreat located in an 18th-century building in a small village at the top of a hill, overlooking the hills of Le Marche. Romantic amenities include an intimate "wellness grotto" with a hot tub and sauna plus a well-known restaurant set in a charming cellar. Rooms are rustic and chic, including one in an ancient tower, with minibars and flat-screen TVs (some have big soaking tubs). Particularly suited for couples, this escape has a free breakfast buffet and free Wi-Fi.
This restored 18th-century, salmon-colored building was built over small caves and tunnels, with stone walls and rough-hewn wood beams filling the elegant space. The rooms are divided up among the original building and a more modern one, though both are linked and have a luxurious feel. The Rosa d'Oro Resort room -- housed over three floors in an ancient tower with a private mini spa and hot tub -- is a standout. The hilltop location makes for sweeping views of the valley below, and the property is particularly well-suited for romantic retreats.
The hotel is on the main cobblestone street in the center of the small and quiet hillside village of Verucchio and most rooms overlook the countryside below. There are restaurants within walking distance and it’s a half-hour drive to the beaches of Rimini.
The 31 rooms are each a bit unique, but all have luxurious white linens, sloped wood ceilings, and elegant wood furniture. Marble bathrooms have large stall showers and some rooms have deep soaking tubs. The Rosa d'Oro Resort has a living room and bedroom split between two floors and a private spa in the cellar. Some rooms have beautiful views of the valley along with flat-screen TVs, minibars, safes, and standalone hairdryers.
The hotel has two big features: the Mastin Vecchio restaurant, which is well known in the area, and the small, cave-like wellness center with a sauna and Turkish bath, though it can only accommodate a maximum of eight people. A free buffet breakfast offers a good selection of sweet and savory items and a small bar is a nice setting for a cocktail, or a glass of wine and light snacks. There’s an Internet corner and room service is available.
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