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Reviewed 17 June 2017

This was our second stay at the Europa and I hope it won't be our last. The hotel is nicely located on the Corso IV Novembre in Asiago, a delightful town of approximately 7,000 residents on the 'Altopiano', an incredibly beautiful area of undulating terrain in the foothills of the Alps. The Europa is close to the town centre with its shops, town square, the church of San Matteo, and the Municipal Offices. However, it is the staff of the hotel who make your stay so pleasant and memorable. It begins with Daniela (or Luisa) at the front desk, always welcoming with smiles and hugs, and then there's the owners, the Mosele family, brothers Antonio and Vito, their wives Milena and Fanny, sons and daughters - always available to help and for advice, to have a chat or to welcome you into the front bar for coffee and calories (and other drinks). Milena provides the morning welcome over breakfast, providing the essential-for-life morning coffee and making sure the day starts well. There is an excellent restaurant during the high seasons and a great "Osteria" in the basement that provides simpler but excellent meals during the slower times of the year. Checking out and departing from this place gets more and more difficult and now occurs with the shedding of tears. Why would you want to stay anywhere else?

  • Stayed: May 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank AldoCoffeeB
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Reviewed 28 March 2017

Again we dropped in to The Europa. They remembered us from our last visit in October. Tomaso( one of the sons) was there to greet us as well as his dad. Danielle was again behind the front desk with her infectious smile and hugs. This is their shoulder season so getting a room without reservations was no problem. After checking in and unpacking, we hit the streets to visit Asiago. Had supper at the Osteria at the hotel, all the meals and wine was awesome. Words can not explain the smells and flavor or taste. Used their bicycles to ride around town and did the bike path out of town. Spoke with Phiipo(the other son) that I was interested in renting/buying a home in the area, and he hooked me up with a real estate agent friend the next afternoon. These are the little things that make this place a top hotel for us. The family is here all day everyday, Mili is there to greet you at breakfast with a smile and your fish coffee and your choice of delious local cheeses, hams and salumi, fresh breads, fruit, yogurt etc. Their uncle is a wealth of knowledge of local bird and large game hunting, and dad is always their to lend a hand. Almost forgot, give them 2 hours notice and the spa for wet or dry sauna is your private oasis which is included in your room rate. Don't miss out on staying at this hotel, even just for one day and enjoy the warmth and kindness from the staff. Thank you again to all.

  • Stayed: March 2017, travelled with friends
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Thank alex s
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Reviewed 16 October 2016

Just the best and friendly hotel staff we have meet in a long time. Daniela was with a smile and a hello every time we saw her. We asked if there was a local cheese house that we could tour and she made arrangements for us the next day as private guests.
The room was awesome, clean and quite, over looking the main road. The hotel breakfast were excellent with a variety of local cured meats and cheeses, fresh fruit,rolls, yogurt and more. The spa area was included in the daily price and was a nice touch, Turkish steam room and Dry sauna, with snacks, water and teas to choose from. Everything is in close walking distance to town. We just fell in love with this small mountain community. Can not wait to return. Thank you all.

Room Tip: This is a 4 star hotel, but affordable in the offseason.
  • Stayed: October 2016, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 14 July 2016

This family run hotel is an amazing gem in this small town. We were there for the hockey world championships and thru the various teams got to know all the hotels in town. This was by far the best. The service is amazing for such a small boutique type hotel. It feels like you are at a bed and breakfast where the Mosele family waits on your every need. They have 3 restaurants. We tried them all and all were excellent. The family members who run the hotel obviously take a lot of pride in it. It is immaculately clean and up-to-date. They help with anything they can and there is always someone who speaks English to help. The website pictures really don't do it justice as it is a beautiful small boutique located in the center of town. We would never go to the Italian Alps again unless we stayed here.

Room Tip: We got the junior suite with a balcony for just a little more. It was well worth it. Great view of the town's main pedestrian thoroughfare.
  • Stayed: June 2016, travelled with family
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Reviewed 8 June 2016

Asiago is a very attractive and compact town situated on a plateau surrounded by mountains. The hotel itself is a gem in the centre of this historic town and situated a few minutes walk from an enormous memorial to the fallen of both sides of the First World War whether Italian or Austrian. The hotel is family run and Tony the owner and his nephew went out of their way to make themselves known and to be helpful to us. The receptionist Danielle is fluent in English and shared our enthusiasm for the recent shared history of our two countries.

The hotel breakfasts were excellent and in particular the fresh fruit and we also enjoyed a lovely dinner on one of the evenings when we ate in the hotel. We stayed in a superb suite on the top floor with its own facilities for making light meals. The whole experience was excellent.

I had recently read the evocative book the White War by Mark Thompson writing about the Italian front in the First World War and we wanted to see with friends with similar interests how this savage war was fought in the beautiful mountains of Northern Italy. British troops had featured prominently in Asiago in that terrible war.

In October 1917, Austria and Germany launched a massive attack on the Italian forces and Italy faced disastrous defeat in the Battle of Caporetto. In consequence, Austrian troops made great gains in territory previously held by Italy including the town of Asiago. A new defensive line was then formed along the Asiago plateau and British troops became involved working with the French and Italians to bolster the Italian forces. We visited the intact trenches dug in the woods occupied by British troops just outside of Asiago at a point where the Austrian army broke through in June 1918 and were then driven off the ridge they had captured by British troops in which action Edward Brittain the brother of the famous author Vera Brittain died heroically leading his men in close quarter fighting and is buried nearby in the beautifully maintained British military cemetery. Two VCs were awarded to men of the Northumberland Fusiliers and the Commanding Officer of the Sherwood Foresters (but oddly no recognition for Edward Brittain) and it is possible to view exactly where the action occurred.

I can fully recommend Hotel Europa and the town of Asiago for a visit. There is so much more to the town than the First World War but nevertheless it is moving to see where so many brave young men died from Italy, from the former Austro - Hungarian empire, from France and Italy and from Britain fighting in support of its European allies 100 years' ago and the Hotel Europa is an excellent base from which to explore the area.

Room Tip: Try the suites on the top floor or a room with a balcony overlooking the town
  • Stayed: June 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank ChrisHugill
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