Hotel Tosco Romagnolo

Piazza Dante Alighieri 2,Bagno di Romagna,Italy

  • Experience World-class Service at Hotel Tosco Romagnolo

    Featuring a wellness centre and 2 à la carte restaurants, Hotel Tosco Romagnolo offers elegant rooms with air-conditioning. The property is in Bagno di Romagna, a 15-minute drive from the Tuscan border. Rooms at the Hotel Tosco include a flat-screen TV and wooden furnishings. The private bathroom includes a hairdryer, free toiletries and slippers. The wellness centre features a Turkish bath and hot spring pool with waterfalls. Massages and beauty treatments are also available. Cold meats, cheeses, cereals and yoghurts are served daily as part of the buffet breakfast. The restaurant serves typical Romagna dishes. A snack bar is also available. The property is 10 km from the Badia Prataglia Natural Reserve. Cesena can be reached by car in 40 minutes.

    Amenities

    • Airport Shuttle
    • Fitness Facility
    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Restaurant
    • Swimming Pool
    • Laundry Services
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Spa
    • Bar
    • Business Center
    • Breakfast
    • Childcare Service
    • Lounge
  • reviews

    • friendliest town in Italy

      5.0
      Reviewed 01 July 2019

      I had a very comfortable room with access to the pool on top of the hotel.The choise of 3 restaurants was extremely good and I had wonderful food in all of them,I went twice to the Paolo Teverini and with help from the head waiter got lovely wine every time,especially the Prunotto and the cremant from Loire. Everyone from Signora Teverini to the young people at the reception took good care of me.I came to Bagno di Romagna to learn italian and was succesful and now I have a town full of friends.Grazie

      barbrolippold
    • Romantic stay

      4.0
      Reviewed 05 April 2018

      I visited the hotel Tosco Romagnolo in January for short and relaxing break during winter time. I liked the roof top swimming pool with thermal water. The room was nice with a pretty view over the little village rooftops. The buffet breakfast was a real treat with plenty of choices and handmade original jams. Highly recommended for couples especially if you are looking for a relaxing and peaceful time. Slow paced holidays. If you book with booking.com be aware the entrance to the swimming is not included so there is an extra bit to pay.

      122Rica
    • Good Hotel and Restaurant

      4.0
      Reviewed 23 March 2017

      had great stay here and the owner is the famous chef Paolo Teverani, he is just fabolous there are 3 restaurant, one isbuffet, a la cart and one where the chef itself is serving his daily creations amazing

      erminiop2018
    • Good location but low value for money

      3.0
      Reviewed 17 August 2014

      The hotel is very well located and the staff is quite friendly, however it definitely needs some renovation work! Our room had quite old furniture and the bathroom was absolutely inadequate for a four star hotel. The hotel offers at 7 euros per day an external parking area, shared with another hotel. The breakfast was just average and it didn't offer enough choices for the continental breakfast.

      Roberto C
    • Lonely traveller

      4.0
      Reviewed 24 July 2014

      Two trains and a 1.5 hour bus ride from Rome made the days travel long and hot, (subsequently found out I could have got the one bus from Rome, oh well). Being there in the height of summer meant the the hotel and the town were not that busy. After the hustle and bustle of Rome, the overall serenity of the hotel was very welcome. The staff were always engaging and helpful, the room a good size double, very clean, with good size bed and bathroom. The restaurant was excellent in both service and quality of food. The breakfast buffet was acceptable quality. The wellness centre was excellent and the full body aromatherapy massage was excellent. Made some great friends in the town. My only disconcerting experience was returning to the hotel in the wee hours after being out with new friends and finding the doors locked. Never been to a hotel where the doors were locked after midnight. Found something that looked like an intercom (not marked and no instructions so just guessed) and pressed and pressed and pressed. Finally a detached voice speaks to me in Italian and I explain in English who I am give my room number and whoever it was I was speaking to, let me in. I noticed a slot next it it for key card access, maybe better, if they insist on locking the door, that they could give card keys to guests who may be out and about in the wee hours so they can let themselves in. Other than this one off experience, loved the hotel and would stay there when I visit the lovely town again.

      John W

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