Hotels in Cortona

Any recommendations on hotels or B&Bs in Cortona? We would like to be in the village of Cortona rather than outside of the walls. Thank you!

Posted by Ken
Vernon, Canada
17780 posts

Lisa, One hotel to consider is Hotel San Luca, which is right in the main part of town, right next to the bus stop and very easy walking distance to Piazza Della Repubblica, shops and restaurants. I spent some time there last September and would certainly recommend it. Happy travels!

Posted by Jan
St. Louis, Missouri, United States
4 posts

Just read your post and I have an incredible place to recommend. My husband and I stayed at Le Terre dei Cavalieri on the outskirts of Cortona, close to the local hospital. It is a restored estate, set among sunflower fields, fig trees, and vineyards. The owners go out of their way to make you comfortable. They have rooms as well as apartments. The rooms are huge,very clean, and very well appointed. There is also a swimming pool if you are there in the warm weather. Breakfast is a large buffet with fresh fruit, pastries, breads, eggs, frittata, proscuitto, juices, etc. They served dinner, by reservation, on some evenings. This is really nice as you don't have to get in the car and drive up the hills into Cortona proper if you don't want to. Dinner menu has a couple of different choices in each catagory2 appetizer, 2 entrees, etc. Reasonably priced. Great location for taking day trips to Assisi,Pienza, Arezzo, etc. It is a little to find, but it's worth it. Look at the websitewww.terredeicavalieri.com. Also, go to tripadvisor.com and look at the reviews. You won't be disappointed. Enjoy!!

Posted by marie
west Chester, PA
37 posts

Lisa We just got home from 9 glorious days in Italy. We stayed 2 nights at Hotel Italia in Cortona, a perfect spot! Close to piazza Republica and fabulous acccomodations for the price with breakfast included.

Posted by marie
west Chester, PA
37 posts

Lisa We just got home from 9 glorious days in Italy. We stayed 2 nights at Hotel Italia in Cortona, a perfect spot! Close to piazza Republica and fabulous acccomodations for the price with breakfast included.

Posted by Ellen
Centennial, CO, USA
1396 posts

We also stayed at Hotel Italia just last Sept. it was in a perfect location just off the main piazza. We had a beautiful view of the countryside from our window. And it was quiet

Posted by Zoe
Toledo, Ohio, US
2506 posts

Another vote for Hotel Italia - helpful staff, great location. Cortina is gorgeous, can't wait to go back next year. To Hotel Italia.

Posted by Lisa
Marshville
3 posts

Thank you all. We have booked a room at Hotel Italia-location, price and availability as well as your recommendations were all what we needed to help with our choice!