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Hotel Duomo, hotel in Orvieto

Hotel Duomo

Hotel in Orvieto

Hotel Duomo is just 15 steps up the stone stairway from Orvieto's majestic Gothic Cathedral. All rooms feature air conditioning, an LCD TV with DVD player, and a small table with 2 chairs.

8.8
Excellent
1,703 reviews
Price from$140.85per night
Altarocca Wine Resort Adults Only, hotel in Orvieto

Altarocca Wine Resort Adults Only

Hotel in Orvieto

Surrounded by countryside at the borders of Tuscany, Umbria, and Lazio, Altarocca Wine Resort Adults Only has several buildings, rooms and welness suites. Free parking and free WiFi are available.

9.1
Wonderful
916 reviews
Price from$108.34per night
Hotel Palazzo Piccolomini, hotel in Orvieto

Hotel Palazzo Piccolomini

Hotel in Orvieto

Set within a renovated medieval building in the heart of Orvieto, Palazzo Piccolomini is a 4-star hotel a 5-minute walk from the Cathedral. Rooms successfully mix classical design with modern...

8.6
Excellent
1,276 reviews
Price from$140.85per night
Hotel Picchio, hotel in Orvieto

Hotel Picchio

Hotel in Orvieto

The Picchio Hotel is set in a residential area and offers air-conditioned rooms with attached bathroom and free Wi-Fi.

8.4
Very Good
1,199 reviews
Price from$82.34per night
Hotel Corso, hotel in Orvieto

Hotel Corso

Hotel in Orvieto

In a beautifully renovated building in the heart of Orvieto’s historic quarter is Hotel Corso, just steps from monuments and medieval streets. Private parking is available.

8.3
Very Good
607 reviews
Price from$140.85per night
Hotel Oasi Dei Discepoli, hotel in Orvieto

Hotel Oasi Dei Discepoli

Hotel in Orvieto

Hotel Oasi dei Discepoli is an exclusive retreat located in the Umbrian countryside, just 1.2 mi from the old medieval town of Orvieto.

7.7
Good
2,290 reviews
Price from$84.73per night
Hotel Gialletti, hotel in Orvieto

Hotel Gialletti

Hotel in Orvieto

Hotel Gialletti is right on the road to Orvieto, 3.1 mi from the city center and a 2-minute drive from the A1 motorway exit. It features free Wi-Fi, free parking and a restaurant serving local...

7.9
Good
835 reviews
Price from$102.93per night
Hotel Posta, hotel in Orvieto

Hotel Posta

Hotel in Orvieto

Hotel Posta is set in a building dating back to the 1800s, and offers rooms overlooking the garden or Orvieto. Right in the historic center, it also includes luggage storage facilities and a elevator....

8.1
Very Good
558 reviews
Price from$102.71per night
Grand Hotel Italia, hotel in Orvieto

Grand Hotel Italia

Hotel in Orvieto

Set in the historic center of Orvieto, Grand Hotel Italia is an elegant building from the 19th century.

8.0
Very Good
415 reviews
Price from$184.19per night
Hotel Ristorante Umbria, hotel in Orvieto

Hotel Ristorante Umbria

Hotel in Orvieto

Set near shopping centers, this 3-star hotel is within easy reach of the A1 motorway, train station and funicular railway, which will bring you to Orvieto’s historic center.

7.3
Good
410 reviews
Price from$130.01per night
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Budget hotels in Orvieto

  • Altarocca Wine Resort Adults Only
    Cheap hotel

    Surrounded by countryside at the borders of Tuscany, Umbria, and Lazio, Altarocca Wine Resort Adults Only has several buildings, rooms and welness suites. Free parking and free WiFi are available.

    Everything! Staf were very kind,you feel welcomed!

    9.1
    Wonderful · 916 reviews
  • Palazzo Petrvs
    Cheap hotel

    Located in Orvieto and with Duomo Orvieto reachable within a few steps, Palazzo Petrvs has concierge services, non-smoking rooms, a shared lounge, free WiFi throughout the property and a bar.

    La scelta dei materiali e la cura nei dettagli nell'arredamento. Antico e moderno in simbiosi.

    9.8
    Exceptional · 13 reviews
  • Villa Acquafredda
    Cheap hotel

    This old farmhouse with garden is set in the Acquafredda countryside outside Orvieto Scalo. Just 1.2 mi from the Autostrada del Sole motorway, it offers free parking, and an outdoor swimming pool.

    Especially the two men were very friendly and helpful.

    8.7
    Excellent · 1,320 reviews
  • Hotel Picchio
    Cheap hotel

    The Picchio Hotel is set in a residential area and offers air-conditioned rooms with attached bathroom and free Wi-Fi.

    Breakfest was simple and tasty. Funicular station close to hotel

    8.4
    Very Good · 1,199 reviews
  • Hotel Filippeschi
    Cheap hotel

    Set in the historical center of Orvieto, Albergo Filippeschi is just 656 feet from the Torre del Moro. It offers air-conditioned rooms with classic furniture, wooden floors and free WiFi.

    Highly recommend. Center of everything, but quite.

    8.1
    Very Good · 726 reviews
  • Hotel Valentino Centro Storico
    Cheap hotel

    Hotel Valentino Centro Storico is right in the heart of Orvieto, just a few steps from the cathedral. At this hotel you can expect a friendly service and a generous breakfast buffet.

    Tutto, ma specialmente lo staff e l'ubicazione.

    8.5
    Very Good · 106 reviews
  • Hotel Corso
    Cheap hotel

    In a beautifully renovated building in the heart of Orvieto’s historic quarter is Hotel Corso, just steps from monuments and medieval streets. Private parking is available.

    the location was accessible to all the shops and sites

    8.3
    Very Good · 607 reviews
  • Hotel Orvieto
    Cheap hotel

    Hotel Orvieto is a 5-minute drive from Orvieto's historic center and 984 feet from the A1 motorway exit. The property offers free WiFi throughout and free parking right opposite.

    La taille de la chambre. La gentillesse du personnel.

    7.1
    Good · 575 reviews

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What Guests Said About Orvieto:

  • 10

    The stupendous Duomo of Orvieto is on top of the list of...

    The stupendous Duomo of Orvieto is on top of the list of places to visit. The cathedral commemorates the Miracle of the Eucharist in Bolsena-droplets of blood that stained the altar linen, made some time in the1260’s. According to the Bradt Guide for Italy, Umbria & The Marche regions, “A Bohemian priest named Peter, was on his way to Rome, was asked to celebrate mass in Bolsena, just to the south. Father Peter had long been skeptical about the doctrine of the Host becoming the body of Christ during the mass, but the Host itself answered his doubts by dripping blood on the altar linen. Peter took the linen to the Pope (Urban IV) and he declared it a miracle and instituted the Feast of Corpus Christi. Pope Urban IV promised Orvieto (rather unfairly to Bolsena) a magnificent new cathedral. “ The exterior façade of this gothic cathedral, has mosaics depicting the life of Christ, the Virgin Mary, etc. with stunning gold backgrounds, that glow in the afternoon sun. The interior has cycles of frescos throughout, painted Fra Angelico, Luca Signorelli, Perugino, Piero della Francesca, to name a few. The other most remarkable attraction in Orvieto is the Viaggio nella “Città Sotterranea”, the Orvieto Underground tours. We took an fascinating, evening tour given in English by a local guide. Tours can be booked through an office near to the cathedral in Piazza Duomo. As the brochure notes “Orvieto Underground is the best way to become acquainted with this new, unusual aspect of a culture of a city that abounds in history and outstanding art treasures. The tour takes you along a winding subterranean path through tunnels, stairs, unexpected passageways, superimposed rooms, with innumerable small square niches, all of which bear witness to creation over the centuries of this “city underground”.
    Melfoto
    United States of America
  • 10

    People who just do a day trip from Rome miss out on...

    People who just do a day trip from Rome miss out on exploring the romantic little town and really getting a feeling for the history of it. 3 - 4 days is jsut right if you want to walk around the entire town once and do all the sightseeing and relax at the same time. You will laugh, but my fridge was outside between my window and shutters, I had breakfast at my window and grabbed pizza as take away in town. I have got a fear to get lost in big cities - so Orvieto is perfect - you just stroll around everywhere and when you want to get hoem you ask : " Duomo ? " and peopl;e point you in the right direction. :) The well is super interesting, the dome was great, the Etruscan museum and walking around the bottom of the town.
    Sabine
    Namibia
  • 10

    The hostess where i stayed is wonderful.

    The hostess where i stayed is wonderful. She gave me restaurant tips. I went to two restaurants and cafes too. They were all good. Orvieto is wonderful to walk around with beautiful scenery, interesting history and great shops. Top quality beautiful goods. Leather and ceramics and clothing all top quality. A magical experience awaits at one shop with armour outside. The whole town is a photographers dream and the views of the surrounding countryside are amazing. Especially from the clock tower. Beautiful walks along well kept paths overlooking the countryside. The Duomo is stunning and there are many galleries, museums and historic places to visit. Easy to walk around. A funicular ride up is special. The underground tour is so interesting.
    Diana
    Australia
  • 10

    Orvieto is a beautiful city.

    Orvieto is a beautiful city. It stands out by its friendly services all around. They just welcome visitors more than other cities. Also free wifi the entire city centre. In the winter months, it's magical. I love sitting in Piazza del Popolo during the summer months - it really transported me back into how I come to know of Italy in films. I will go back over and over again for retreats.
    Erik
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    Lovely Umbrial hill town. A must see is the Duomo.

    Lovely Umbrial hill town. A must see is the Duomo. The highlight is the San Brizio chapel with detailed frescos of the day of judgement and life after death. Also the outside facades divided by four pillars. Beautiful mosaics, sculpture and stained glass start with the creation and end with the last judgement. Highly impressed with this Cathedral.
    A
    Allie
    United States of America
  • 10

    We've known the city for many years - a little bit off the...

    We've known the city for many years - a little bit off the beaten track, not much "mass tourism" but well worth a visit for its history, remarkable cathedral, and its excellent restaurants
    Michael
    United Kingdom

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Orvieto

  • From $97.51 per night
    9.3
    Wonderful · 701 reviews
    Chiara e Benedetta is such a hidden gem. The view is just divine - a quintessential Italian view and the room homely. Ros and her staff all extremely friendly and go out of their way to help, making restaurant recommendations and even taking me to the train station when I left. The breakfast is plentiful and delicious and includes home made baked treats. It was a spur of the moment decision to say here and away from the big cities of Italy for a couple nights and I am so glad I did. I loved exploring Orvieto and will definitely be back.
    Dent
    Australia
  • From $287.11 per night
    9.1
    Wonderful · 97 reviews
    If you ever have the chance to stay in this apartment, DO! There is nothing not to love ... imagine overlooking the magnificent Orvieto Duomo from the windows of your spacious, elegant 'home', or waking up to see the surrounding piazza slowly come to life. There's a large comfortable living/dining room with another big table in the kitchen at the back, where we tended to gather (access to the coffee pot making up for a less dramatic view!). The location is also great for easy access to the whole town.
    Lucia
    South Africa
  • 8.6
    Excellent · 1,276 reviews
    We have stayed at this hotel many times when ever we fly into Rome. Like always we had a wonderful night stay here!!! The staff are friendly & helpful. The breakfast is delicious with ample selections. The rooms are comfortable and air-conditioned!!! We had a triple room this time with a separate space for our daughter. They are welcoming to our dog as well. They will park your car for you and deliver it when you are ready to leave. Quite simply the best in Orvieto!!!
    Michele
    United States of America
  • From $97.51 per night
    9.3
    Wonderful · 212 reviews
    The best aspect of this stay was Roberta and Valerie — the latter was gracious, kind and patient...she even met me at a parking lot to guide me to the property. Both she and Roberta helped me to carry a heavy load of items to the apartment. Throughout my stay Roberta was consistently in contact per my needs and even helped me out with several errands. Being on my own w/two large dogs, it was the first time I felt like I wasn't alone in Italy. GRAZIE MILLE.
    Cynthia
    Canada
  • From $108.34 per night
    9.4
    Wonderful · 431 reviews
    Our host Enzo picking us up from the train station was a real bonus and much appreciated! The apartment met our needs and the location was great. It was steps away from great restaurants and a short walk to the duomo and museums. We also felt very safe. We had one issue with the hairdryer. I contacted Enzo and within 15 minutes he came to apartment and fixed the issue. On the day of our departure he picked us up and took us back to train station.
    CHARLOTTE
    United States of America
  • 8.2
    Very Good · 697 reviews
    An old monastry at a very nice location with great view to Orvieto. Regardless the negative comments I read about it, I still chose this place and happy with this unique experience. If one day they decide to renovate this property to a 4-5 star hotel, the price will be 4-5 times higher as well 😆 It’s big, and quite impressive.
    Hien Thu
    Switzerland
  • From $112.64 per night
    8.9
    Excellent · 221 reviews
    We started our trip to Italy in a hotel in Rome🤢 after bearing it for one night I decided to look up hotels in Orvieto and this one looked and fitted the price. I have previously been to Orvieto hence why we came out the city. What an excellent room. Clean, comfy, modern and quiet. Do not hesitate to book.
    O
    Oliver
    Italy
  • 8.8
    Excellent · 512 reviews
    Incredibly beautiful accommodation in Umbria. A nice swimming pool, friendly stuff (thanks for the lovely birthday cake!) and one of the best restaurants we ate during our stay in Italy. It’s perfect if you’re looking for a quiet spot to rest and enjoy the stunning landscape.
    Anna
    Germany
  • 9.8
    Exceptional · 49 reviews
    Excellently located in the center of Orvieto, in a charming, quiet, jasmine draped side street. Serene city view of rooftops and gardens and the duomo in the distance. The host(s) were lovely and helpful and the little private house was spotless and well appointed.
    Teresa
    United States of America
  • 8.8
    Excellent · 1,703 reviews
    This is a fabulous location for seeing Orvieto. Just steps from the Duomo and all the other main sights in the walled City. Stayed here before and it hasn't changed much. A very busy street but valet parking is available. Nice breakfast and very helpful staff.
    anne solley
    United States of America
  • 8.8
    Excellent · 1,703 reviews
    Can't praise enough this hotel. The staff was hospitable, the rooms were clean. The hotel was peaceful and quiet, the breakfast was a great selection and the location of the hotel is prime since it's just adjacent to the Duomo.
    Paul
    Malta
  • From $97.51 per night
    9.3
    Wonderful · 212 reviews
    Location right near the duomo but tucked away on a quiet street. Nicely renovated with every detail taken into consideration. Host met us on arrival and was so helpful with recommendations and showing us the place.
    Shawna
    United States of America
  • 8.1
    Very Good · 726 reviews
    The hotel was in the centre of the old town of Orvieto so we had easy access to all the sights. The staff were friendly and gave us clear instructions on where to park the car. The room was very comfortable.
    June
    Australia
  • From $97.51 per night
    8.6
    Excellent · 228 reviews
    The central location was really the best thing. An attractive building in the lee of the Duomo. Large bed. Friendly and helpful welcome. We were glad to have chosen this B&B.
    David
    Finland
  • From $117.01 per night
    7.2
    Good · 114 reviews
    Great location despite no view. Clean linen and towels. Good heating. Reasonable price compared to Orvieto hotels. Very quiet. Lovely brick ceiling above comfortable bed.
    Debby
    Norway
  • From $97.51 per night
    8.6
    Excellent · 228 reviews
    Completely welcoming, in general and in details. Giacomo is more than helpful. Orvieto is magical, the Duomo is unrivaled, and this B&B is right there.
    Daniel
    United States of America
  • From $138.46 per night
    8.9
    Excellent · 290 reviews
    This was the most relaxing place we stayed in Italy. The staff was amazing and very efficient. We felt like family. The dinners were fantastic.
    Margaret
    United States of America
  • 8.1
    Very Good · 558 reviews
    The location is near the Duomo and a couple of plazas with a fine assortment of restaurants. The staff were very friendly and helpful.
    Skowlund
    United States of America
  • From $87.76 per night
    9.0
    Wonderful · 1,249 reviews
    Welcoming and helpful. We were shown to the loveliest little suite and balcony on the last day of our mini tour of Italy.
    helen
    United Kingdom
  • 8.6
    Excellent · 1,276 reviews
    The hotel is stunning and very central for sightseeing in Orvieto.
    Lauren
    Germany

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