With a peaceful hilltop location, Hotel Urbano V is in Montefiascone overlooking Lake Bolsena. Once a noble residence, the hotel is one of the most historic buildings in the town. The elegant rooms come with luxurious materials and tiled or wood floors. All are air conditioned and feature a mini-bar, TV and private bathroom. They offer free Wi-Fi. Breakfast is buffet style and the restaurant, open from April until October, serves Italian specialties and Montefiascone's famous Est Est Est wine. Urbano V Hotel is just 656 feet from the Basilicas of San Flaviano and Santa Margherita. Rocca dei Papi Gardens are also just a few steps away. Rome is reached by train in around 90 minutes.
Offering panoramic views over Lake Bolsena, this original hotel includes a traditional Tuscan restaurant and a veranda café. All elegant rooms come with satellite TV and views of the lake. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout. Each individually designed room at Il Caminetto features contemporary furnishings. All rooms include a fan, and a private bathroom with hairdryer and toiletry set. Some rooms offer a balcony with panoramic lake views. Breakfast includes homemade cakes, served in a bright hall overlooking the lake or on the terrace, when the weather is warm. The restaurant offers local specialties prepared from seasonal ingredients. Picturesque Civita di Bagnoregio is 9.3 mi from Il Caminetto Resort. Both Orvieto and the spa town of Viterbo are a 30-minute drive away. Bagnaccio natural hot spring baths can be reached in a 20-minute drive. Private parking is free.
The Hotel Altavilla boasts a breathtaking view of the quiet and beautiful center of Montefiascone, a town dating back to Etruscan times in the Lake Bolsena area. All rooms are bright and elegant and well equipped with modern facilities. A conference room for 60 people is also available. Excellent local food is always combined with the legendary Est!Est!Est!!! wine, which is so good that, as the story goes, a dignitary of Emperor Henry the 5th, particularly fond of wine, drank himself to death in Montefiascone.