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All reviews primavera maria teresa flights of stairs apartment block lovely little hotel wonderful terrace few minutes walk away breakfast room private terrace shower cubicle excellent location yogurt hotel is located nice breakfast luggage rooftops car
The primavera Mini hotel , is a tiny family ran hotel , but with an excellent 5 star service, just in the heart of Perugia. The owners are the most lovely and warm people, the hotel per se is so well looked after, and appears...More
We stayed here for one night as a part of our road trip in Italy. We were welcomed by a really nice old man and lady (maybe the owners parents?). The room was nice and clean, with quite comfortable bed when comparing to other beds...More
Just stayed here some week ago, relaxing. Perugia is a fantastic town, nice views and rooms. Kind staff with everything. Hope to get here soon and stay longer time here. Thank you very much and take care.
The staff comprising Chiara and her mother along with Maria-Theresa are warm hosts, very friendly and helpful in guiding us to the Mini Metro (which in addition to the Scale Mobili) make traversing Perugia a lot friendlier. We were also recommended the Trattoria Borgo San...More
What a lovely little hotel, almost a bed and breakfast, with only 8 rooms and within walking distance of shops, museums and restaurants. The family owned hotel always had someone to give advise and answer our questions anytime we needed. The breakfast room had such...More
It is about a 10-minute ride on the mini-metro (which has a stop at the train station) and then a 5-10 minute walk from the "Cupa" stop to the hotel. Or you could take a taxi, which would probably take about 15 minutes in... More
It is about a 10-minute ride on the mini-metro (which has a stop at the train station) and then a 5-10 minute walk from the "Cupa" stop to the hotel. Or you could take a taxi, which would probably take about 15 minutes in normal traffic/ (I lived in Perugia for 11 years.)