Relais Palazzo Viviani in Montegridolfo, Emilia Romagna, Italy
The beautiful sights and sounds of la dolce vita come to mind when dreaming of a stint in sun-kissed Italy—and there is hardly a better way to experience the country's quaint magnificence than from a medieval castle. Just a few miles from the Adriatic Sea in Valconca Valley, on the border of the Romagna and Marche regions, stands Relais Palazzo Viviani, a stunning fortress that once played residence to the royal family. Surrounded by beautiful gardens and offering spectacular panoramic views of historic sites, small churches and the glimmering sea, Palazzo Viviani (a part of Castello di Montegridolfo) features eight elegant, antique-filled suites that offer a gateway to an authentically luxurious escape.
Spend leisurely afternoons exploring the beauty of the surrounding area, perhaps just taking in the remarkable views as you lounge beside the outdoor pool. Perhaps you will treat yourself to a therapeutic massage or spend some time in the fitness center. Gourmet eaters will love Palazzo's four dining venues, which include Ristoro di Palazzo Viviani, an elegant eatery housed in old wine cellars, Osteria dell-Accademia, serving decadent local cuisine, Grotto dei Gridolfi, offering oven-cooked seafood delicacies, and Piaxxetta del Vecchio Forno, which provides the perfect outdoor venue for enjoying fresh pizza in the summertime. From stunning surroundings, to rich history, to delicious cuisine, savor the timeless splendor of Italy with the sweetest escape to this breathtaking castle.
Location of Relais Palazzo Viviani
Via Roma 38, 47837, Montegridolfo, Emilia Romagna, Italy
Nearest Airport: RMI
Amenities for Relais Palazzo Viviani
- Outdoor Dining
- 3 Restaurants
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- Laundry Service
- Fitness Center
- Outdoor Pool
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- Direct Dial Telephones
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Satellite Television
- Meeting Rooms
Reviews for Relais Palazzo Viviani
Great location with perfect service! Beautiful surroundings, amazing views and just stunning place to be! The rooms are spacious and the service at the reception was very welcoming. Weddings are held here to have unforgettable moments. Classy place!
My husband and I stayed here after a trip up to Rimini for work. It was an oasis of relaxation, nature and good food. The views are absolutely incredible, the staff is lovely and the castle is breathtaking. It was total relaxation for us, as we went during what seems to be low season so there were not a lot of people. We really enjoyed it and highly recommend stopping here for a night or two.
Valeria C - New York City, New York
Had found this place on Tripadvisor (thank you) but were not anticipating how totally delightful it is. What a special place, up on the hilltops about 25km outside of Pesaro an idyllic country hideaway. We had a lovely room in one of the modern buildings but it did not matter that it was modern, there was an upstairs sitting area and the windows opened onto the most stunning uninterrupted view of countryside and sea - perfection. The lady on reception was extremely helpful and gave us a very good local restaurant recommendation. Would love to go back soon. The only negative point is that the staff in the breakfast room could not have been more unfriendly and less helpful. Breakfast was quite hit and miss, sometimes there was cut up fruit, sometimes there wasn't,and not to serve eggs during the week is ridiculous. However, the place is so lovely that that didn't matter but I hope they read this review and take note.
Michele22London - London
The hotel is based in an historic castle, but most of the rooms are in a 'new' annex next door, but that means modern rooms and the combination works pretty well. The rooms are large and fairly well appointed and comfortable, but need some revamping - we had a CRT television! The location though is the winner - a hill top village, not far from the sea side resort of Pesaro and close to other beautiful villages including the UNESCO listed Urbino. All in all, well worth it.
Ian C - London, United Kingdom
The hotel and grounds are lovely. A proper castle or more modern rooms in buildings outside of the walls. Beautiful views from the pool across the valley and towards the sea.Everything worked and was clean and the staff were friendly and helpful. Just one thing stops me giving it 5 stars - the breakfast. Very little choice and slow to replenish and eggs only at the weekend.
globetrotter51_10 - London, United Kingdom