What Kind of Accommodation for your Italian Holiday?

Find out below what kind of accommodation will suit better your needs and tastes for your Italian holidays.

Hotels

Hotels, like in the rest of Europe, are classified with stars. Stars are an indication of services offered, not of charm or location. They range from the one star hotels that offer only the most simple comforts to the luxury five stars hotels.

Continental breakfast is generally included and most of the hotels on the coast also include beach umbrella and sun bed.

Service charges are included but drinks from the mini bar, phone calls and room service can make the bill of your Italian holiday levitate considerably.

Italy Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

The choice of B&B; is very wide especially in the inland. The Marchigiani are well known for their hospitality and the houses are comfortable. Lodging in B&B; allows a closer contact with the local culture and people.

Prices range from very cheap for a room in a private house to rather expensive for luxury accommodation.

Agriturismo, Country Houses and Farm Holidays

Le Marche has a strong agricultural tradition and the countryside is peppered with many guest farms.

This kind of accommodation offers many advantages: reasonable prices, quiet locations, family oriented settings.

They are often located close to main cities so guest can enjoy the best of city and country life.

Some farms require to stay a minimum number of days and the accommodation may vary from a single room with full boarding to a self catering flat.

In some farms are provided activities like horse riding or mountain biking and sometimes is allowed participation in agricultural activities.

Sometimes also a restaurant or shop are available where you can sample the local products.

Property to Rent

Renting a house in Italy can be a wise choice especially if you travel with your family or a large group. Check out these property for rent in Le Marche Italy.

Convents and Monasteries

With the decline of religious vocations and the thinning number of monks and nuns, convents in Italy are opening their doors to the secular public, often with very interesting results.

The rooms are generally very basic and sometimes visitors are allowed to eat in the refectory.

This kind of accommodation always offers very good value.