Hotels in the Dolomites?

Nov 6th, 2001, 07:49 PM
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Jim
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I made reservations for three nights in July and their reply indicated that the fee was for room and breakfast even thou the rate is for half board. I was reminded that there would be an additional 25% supplement for stays up to three days.
I questioned them about the price and reminded them that there was a 20% reduction from the half board price for breakfast only.
I sent them an email and told them if they were trying to charge me half board price for breakfast only, then to cancel my reservation. They do have a 15 day cancellation policy without penalty.
I am still waiting to hear from them.
 
Nov 9th, 2001, 06:59 AM
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Thanks, Bob, for your suggetions. Zum Wolf responded that they are fully booked with "options" for our period, but to try in June in case some of those are cancelled, so I suppose that is really the same thing Cavallino d'Oro was telling me. But Post Hotel Lamm has confirmed for us two nights with B&B only at 154 Euro per night. Higher than we thought we'd have to spend, but it seems the only safe thing to do. We have also booked two nights in Cortina at Ampezzo for 176 Euro per night B&B only. I am surprised that we are spending as much in the Dolomites as we are in Stresa and Bellagio for what seem like much "lesser" hotels, but that's the way it is.
 
Nov 9th, 2001, 07:26 AM
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We stayed outside of Trento up in the hills. (Trento-Cognola) It was gorgeous. Stayed at the Villa Madru. It has lovely grounds and is a refurbished villa. The mountain scenery is great. We did eat there, but didn`t have too. We explored from there. It was in the spring and the apple trees were blooming white.
 
Nov 9th, 2001, 07:26 AM
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We stayed outside of Trento up in the hills. (Trento-Cognola) It was gorgeous. Stayed at the Villa Madru. It has lovely grounds and is a refurbished villa. The mountain scenery is great. We did eat there, but didn`t have too. We explored from there. It was in the spring and the apple trees were blooming white. We only stayed one night.
 
Nov 9th, 2001, 07:58 AM
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Correction: That should be Hotel Madruzzo. There as an old winery right around the corner.
 
Nov 9th, 2001, 03:37 PM
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Patrick, I paid about the same in April but it included half-board. However, the food was only fair at nite.
I would try the Zum Wolf later and pay about $40 less.
 

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