An out of season stay in late May in a room in one of the half dozen or masseria that are scattered around the extensive grounds. The Trulli village looked good but was probably really noisy at weekends when there is invariably a wedding on. Very few people staying which meant the outside pool was a people free zone and the excellent breakfast buffet was a laid back affair with plenty of time to chat with the great staff. Although the dinner was excellent with local specialities on the menu it was expensive so we ate out most nights ( good places within a mile or so). In all a good base to see most of the interesting places in Puglia but you need a car.
Traveller from Scotland
A collection of charming stone villas, or trulli, set amongst pine trees, gardens and orchards, and situated 15 kilometres …More
The hotel is placed in a good location and very well maintained. The staff is kind and trying to help. Unfortunately is very difficult to reach it by car if you rely on GPS only. Only after the staff instructions it can be reached by a convenient and non-dangerous road.
Made up of five separate adobes and seven Trullis (traditional conical houses), this hotel, 50 kilometres from Bari and …More
Amazing hotel. Great location, in the centre of town but away from the really touristy areas so quiet. The room was beautiful and spotless, delicious breakfast and extremely helpful staff - they recommended and booked (at very short notice) a great little restaurant (La Cantina) and were really helpful at recommending places to visit both in and around Alberobello. Honestly can't find fault.
Traveller from Milan
In the heart of Alberobello, the Capital of Trulli and one of the sites of UNESCO World Heritage, past and present meet and …More
We arrived by train and the hotel was easy to find walking up from the train station. It is set in a lovely garden with an outdoor swimming pool, which although cold was very refreshing. The wisteria was out when we were there...gorgeous!!
We had a huge room on the first floor with one double bed and one put-you -up bed. One of us had to have the small bed,which was adequate but it would have been nice to have a larger one. There was space for it.
The breakfasts were very generous: ham, boiled eggs, savoury breads, fruit, yogurts and lots of sweet cakes and croissants. They served coffee and drinks and were around later in the day if you wanted a drink. Very helpful and attentive waiters.
The receptionists were very nice and mostly spoke English and one looked up some information for us on the internet and printed it out for us.
My only criticsm is that it was noisy a couple of nights: a party and a conference with music until about 12.30
Accommodation quite basic. Electrical cooking rings but no suitable cooking equipment even to make a cup of tea or slice of toast. Lighting barely adequate and fridge froze everything even at lowest setting. Breakfast very basic. Staff friendly and helpful. Trulli up steep hill and not suitable for those with walking difficulties.
Traveller from edinburgh
The hotel Trullidea, composed of 25 trulli dating back to the 15th century, is situated in the historical centre of …More
Famous for the prehistoric beehive-shaped huts that line the streets, Alberobello is an unusual tourist attraction and a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Locals reside in some of the quaint buildings, known as trulli, and others have been converted into shops and restaurants. The town really comes alive in the summer evenings when everyone emerges for the lively passeggiata.
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