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Nun Assisi Relais & Spa Museum

Nun Assisi Relais & Spa Museum Rating: 5.0 Pearls

This abandoned nunnery, built in 1275 for a community of Benedictines, has been fully restored as a luxury hotel and spa with a sophisticated modern aesthetic throughout. The baths and spa are the main attraction, and are based around a series of pools that wend around the architectural foundations of the building. Limestone walls and columns combine with discreet LEDs and the light from ambient skylights for a truly special experience. A walled garden isolates the property from the rest of the town, while the hotel's location within Assisi means that all points of cultural interest in the city are easily accessible by foot.
Castello di Petroia

Castello di Petroia Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Guests at the magnificent Castello di Petroia get a genuine piece of Umbrian history. The castle, dating back to the 11th century, was first restored in the 1980s and retains much of its medieval feel. Perched on a hill overlooking the lush Chiascio River Valley, the 800-acre estate includes footpaths, a seasonal pool, and a candlelit gourmet restaurant. The Castello's 13 rooms are charming and individually decorated. Though it is a popular spot for those seeking a rural retreat steeped in history and luxury, the Castello lacks a plethora of amenities and has a removed location.
Hotel Giotto Assisi

Hotel Giotto Assisi Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Giotto Hotel & Spa Assisi's central location in historic Assisi, just a short walk from the Basilica of St. Francis, is a major draw. Built in 1899, this charming, historic property features a restaurant with a terrace, a quaint cafe, and a full-service spa (complete with a sauna, Turkish baths, a hydro-massage spa tub, and a plethora of available treatments); however, there is no on-site fitness center. Rooms are large and offer views of the Umbrian Valley or medieval alleys. Although rooms facing the street can be noisy and some feature two twin beds pushed together, overall the Giotto is a lovely upscale pick for couples and families.
Castello di Petrata

Castello di Petrata Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Set in the pastoral and scenic Umbrian countryside, the four-star, 23-room Castello di Petrata occupies a distinctive stone manor built in 1340. Although the Castello is about five miles from Assisi's historic center, it provides lovely rural tranquillity. The lush grounds include olive groves, a lake, orchards, a garden, and trails. Guests are treated to charming rooms, some with wood beams and exposed medieval stonework. The excellent array of amenities are topped by the spa, sauna, a large, outdoor freeform pool and spa tub with views of the valley and Assisi.
Castello di Monterone

Castello di Monterone Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 13th-century castle has an impressive degree of preserved medieval character, and offers a romantic and fun setting for a true getaway. Some rooms, as well as the terrace, grounds, and outdoor pool, offer spectacular views of the Umbrian countryside. The hotel is a popular destination with tourists seeking a couples’ vacation. An on-site restaurant offers local fare, and has received mostly positive reviews from guests; there are a number of good restaurants within a few kilometers. There are plenty of places to sit within the castle walls, including a spectacular bar with stained glass windows, and plenty of places to stroll outside, including well-maintained gardens and a rooftop walkway that affords an unparalleled view of the rural setting.
Borgobrufa SPA Resort

Borgobrufa SPA Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The attractively designed, modern spa featuring mosaic tile, inlaid local stones and light wood is the main attraction of this 48-room hotel, set in the rolling Umbrian hills a 20-minute drive from Perugia. The lobby and rooms are clean and well-maintained, if a bit outdated aesthetically speaking. The property is popular in particular with tourists seeking to enjoy the agricultural and outdoor options of the surrounding area; the hotel provides mountain bikes for exploring, and also has on-site tennis courts in addition to exercise classes. Rooms and suites are of average size and not particularly fancy, but they're clean and some have charming details such as exposed wood beam ceilings and antique furniture.
Ripa Relais

Ripa Relais Rating: 3.5 Pearls

A farmhouse resort, or "agriturismo," Ripa Relais is nestled in the Umbrian countryside on the slopes of Ripa's ancient castle. The resort has 16 elegant rooms arrayed in three of four buildings, surrounded by landscaped gardens, cobblestone paths, and cypress and olive trees. An outdoor pool offers views of the surrounding fields, and the on-site restaurant, set in a former church, serves Umbrian and Tuscan cuisine. A stay here means utter relaxation in a rural environment. It's a 20-minute drive to Perugia and Assisi.
La Tavola dei Cavalieri

La Tavola dei Cavalieri Rating: 3.5 Pearls

La Tavola dei Cavalieri offers the quintessential Umbrian farmhouse stay. Nestled in a wooded area 2,620 feet up the slopes of Mount Subasio, La Tavola is part of a 220-acre working farm with crops and livestock, with 13 elegant rooms arrayed in four buildings. La Tavola also has a 49-foot seasonal outdoor pool, and a restaurant serving Umbrian cuisine whose ingredients draw heavily from its farm. La Tavola Cavalieri is for travelers seeking a rural experience, and who don't mind a 25-minute drive along a rough road to the nearest town, which is Assisi.


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