We stayed in the 2 bedroom villa (Belvedere), which is separate to the main villa but still part of the Villa la Palagina. Judging from what we saw of the main villa, we thought Belvedere was more rustic and less frequently booked than the main villa: and therefore perhaps not as well tended. When we arrived there were dozens of large bugs hidden in the folds of the curtains when we opened them: we understand it's the country, but the curtains obviously had not been moved or aired for quite some time. The front desk quickly sent someone over to dispose of the (visible) bugs when we asked them to. There were also other small things such as the fact that none of the power points were suitable for a standard EU/Italian power plug: we asked the front desk for a converter to the triple power point and they kindly loaned us one so that we could plug in our phones/hair appliances one at a time. There were also a number of other things overlooked, like shades missing on the lights in the bedrooms. The main villa looked much nicer and more elegant, we would stay there if given the choice again. The bathroom products were very nice, and the outlook from the Belvedere villa was lovely. We ate at the restaurant once, service was very slow (especially the sommelier) but the food was nice enough. When we checked out we were asked to pay an EUR80 final cleaning fee which was not mentioned in any of the booking information. When we explained this the hotel disregarded the fee.