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Albergo Al Sole in Asolo, Italy

Touted as the crown jewel of Italy's Treviso Province, Asolo is home to the intimate and charming Albergo Al Sole. Housed in a freestanding 19th-century building with shuttered-clad windows and the occasional jutting terrace, you will enjoy the incredible town views as well as excellent service and charming accommodations. The 23 guestrooms and suites are spacious and wonderfully appealing, bridging the charm of the centuries past with the modern amenities expected from today's travelers. The stylish bathrooms, with their pedestal tubs and shiny chrome fixtures, are equally large and cloaked in beautiful Italian tiles with intricate details.

While Asolo has no shortage of fabulous ristorantes, you need not venture past the lobby doors. The hotel's Terrace restaurant is a private retreat with an excellent menu, complete with outdoor living room and savory views. You can also learn the art of Italian cooking with culinary lessons right on the premises at Las Terrazza Restaurant. The appeal of Albergo Al Sole, besides its romantic allure, is its enviable town center location. With a setting just a stone's throw from breathtaking Venice, Asolo is known for its stunning villas, manicured gardens and narrow, arcade-laden streets. It is also the hub for Italian antiquities with dealers displaying their wares the second Sunday of each month. Fill your days by sipping espresso in the market square, a lovely destination that is embellished with an ancient fountain, arched doorways and lovely porticos - or venture into Venice to shop for Murano glass or leather goods. Time spent in Asolo and its surrounding areas is definitely time spent well.

Location of Albergo Al Sole

Albergo Al Sole
Via Collegio 33
Asolo, Italy

Nearest Airport: TSF

Amenities for Albergo Al Sole

  • General Information
  • 23 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Private Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Room Service
  • Afternoon Tea
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Laundry Service
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Car Rental
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Activities
  • Bicycling
  • Cooking Classes
  • Wine Tasting
  • Wine Tours
  • Four-Wheel Drive Excursions
  • Business
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Business Services
  • Family
  • Babysitting
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Golf
  • Interests
  • City
  • Summer Getaways

Reviews for Albergo Al Sole

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 months ago

My family and I stopped in Asolo for three days and slept at Albergo Al Sole for two nights. The rooms are spacious and clean, the service impeccable, the staff nice, professional and able to speak very good English (do not get this for granted in Italy). It was not just time spent in a hotel, but wonderful time in a beautiful historical building getting to know its history and fun facts. Eleonora Duse loved room 202 and we now understand why she was so in love with this place. The family that now owns the Albergo Al Sole put so much effort in making a unique place where people can feel like home but definitely cuddled and taken care of. Albergo Al Sole faces the sun from sunrise to sunset and the view to the piazza is amazing. You can walk from the hotel to everywhere in Asolo but the hotel also offers complementary private parking. We were able to eat in the Grotta di Bacco and it was a unique experience with very good food. We loved this place and we definitely recommend staying in here while in Asolo.

The_Italian_Reviewer - Lakewood Ranch, Florida

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 months ago

Going back to Asolo is going into my history... my grandfather was born there. It is a unique town, very special. The hotel is the same - unique and special. The room is spacious and great bed. Easy to park behind. Having dinner at the restaurant is not to be missed - we were luck to have pasta with white truffles. We recommend.

Anganacca - Campinas, SP

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 months ago

This hotel is a jewel! The location was beautiful overlooking the town of Asolo. The staff was so friendly and responsive to making our trip awesome. I asked that I be spoken to in Italian and Silvia and Elena, the owners and all the staff, were so patient and assisted me as I stumbled through the language. The room was beautiful and spacious (room 101). We ate every night (4) at the hotel restaurant because the service and food were great. The wines that were suggested by Elena were exquisite! Overall, I recommend this hotel without any reservation and we will return if we are in this part of Italy.

Stella T - Huntington Beach, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 months ago

Very friendly staff and owners. Always happy to chat and help out with recommendations on our trips around the area. We took three dinners at the Albergo and were happy with the options and the wine list. The restaurant on the Saturday evening was fully booked (we had booked 2 months in advance) so the hotel booked us into the Due Mori in the town (see separate review but was absolutely wonderful with a mega quality winelist). Car parking is convenient, just behind the hotel up a quiet one-way lane and one can park the car in front of the hotel on arrival/departure for luggage. Breakfast at the hotel was of good standard also. Asolo is a gem of a town. Just be aware on arriving that there is a traffic light system that allows for alternate one-way entry/departure up Via Robert Browning as the streets are narrow. Clientele are a good mix (there were a few other Australians there at the same time as us), this is not a stuffy/arrogant hotel whatsoever and always purveys a friendly nature.

David G - Victoria, Australia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 months ago

One night at Albergo al sole made me feel uncomfortable, as if I was not up to their prestige. Weird. The point is that their prestige today is doubtful from my experience. You can still smell the heritage and past glamour, but through a rather dusty veil and the staff doesn't seem very concerned about guests who are not Eleonora Duse in person or American vips. We were just a mid aged couple of Italians from Milan who got a pre-payed rate for a standard room. I booked one night quite last minute as my husband had to attend two events at Pordenonelegge, I chose Asolo and this hotel, 90km away, because although I got a degree in architecture in Venice I never visited this beautiful area, it was something missing. I had high expectations about this hotel from being in the selection of Tablet and SLH, I also booked a table at the in-house restaurant for the dinner knowing that in Asolo there are also other gourmet venues. We were obliged to change our plans and arrived at 9pm - hotel was informed hours before - very very tired and under the rain. We were welcomed by a young lady at the desk who was very preoccupied about how we parked the car, of us being late for the dinner, of telling us that the check out the day after was at 11am. My husband had to go outside again under the rain to move the car 1m to the left. Nobody helped us with the luggage, they just gave us the keys and told us to go to the first floor. The room was small, with short ceiling, tired furniture, facing a narrow street, but with a quite large bathroom to compensate. I called the lady at the reception to check if there were other rooms available, she was a bit upset and she proposed one at the ground floor near the restaurant, she was not able to show it to me as her magnetic key was not working, anyway I understood that it was the same of ours but with worse location, so we kept ours. One sentence anyway was repeated twice by the nervous lady: 'You only booked a pre-payed standard room, this is what you can get, nothing more, maybe on the website you saw higher type rooms, or suites'. She didn't say we are fully booked sorry, or propose us to upgrade our booking (paying of course), she just underlined twice that we were not A list guests. I was really surprised, we took it with irony and spent the rest of the evening laughing between us about being B list guests. The dinner was mediocre, menu and dishes right from the 90s, but the service here was warm. Breakfast too was quite limited and nothing special. Overall the hotel is in need of a new refurbishment as the last one is clearly from 30 years ago and you can see it. Our poor rate was 257€ and the restaurant was 100€ (actually not expensive), so be aware that with a 350€ budget per day this is the treatment you may receive at Albergo del sole.

elghira - Milan, Italy

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