The Best Hotels to Book in Italy’s Umbria Region

Italy's Umbria region boasts a wealth of medieval and historic resorts and villas for your delectation – with local artisan menus, wines and spa treatments
Italy's Umbria region boasts a wealth of medieval and historic resorts and villas for your delectation – with local artisan menus, wines and spa treatments | © Marco Saracco / Alamy Stock Photo
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28 August 2021

Though Tuscany gets the lion’s share of attention, the bordering region of Umbria is not to be overlooked. The green heart of Italy beats with vineyards and olive groves spread across rolling hills that lead to the mountains. Get to know a new side of Italy not far from Rome by staying at one of the best hotels in the Umbria Region – bookable with Culture Trip.

Come to Umbria to experience medieval towns like Norcia and Todi that blend their ancient architecture with modern attractions, while towns like Perugia and Assisi are always abuzz with people, pilgrims and plenty of local food. These villas and resorts are primed to provide you with a relaxing, decadent Italian vacation.

Il Ghiottone Umbro

Bed and Breakfast
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The living room of Il Ghiottone Umbro’s guesthouse, complete with fireplace and elegant “Scanditalian” design, is worth devoting many of your waking hours to. Though not too many – as this hotel is also a cooking school, operated by two chefs from Copenhagen. They take their love of Italian cuisine to the next level and now offer private cooking lessons for guests. You’ll feel right at home in the seasonal kitchen as you learn to prepare traditional and contemporary dishes from the freshest ingredients in Perugia.

Locanda della Posta Boutique Hotel

Hotel

Locanda della Posta will lure you into the “living room” of Perugia. As the sole hotel overlooking the main street of Corso Vannucci, the location is only rivalled by the deluxe suite with a Jacuzzi Frame – both equally deserving of your time and wandering mind. Immerse yourself in the cascade of chromotherapy and hydromassage cycles, before allowing your eyes to be treated to the same rhythmic experience as you stand on your private balcony and watch the town of Perugia pulsing into the night.

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Residenza d'Epoca San Lorenzo Tre

Guesthouse
4.8/5 (4 Reviews)
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A summer stay at the Residenza is unforgettable, but if you really want to spoil yourself, visit in the winter when you can rent the entire mansion for a week or more. Bring your family and friends or just a suitcase full of great books, and discover what life is like in the heart of Todi. This 17th-century building is within seconds of the cathedral and the rest of the old city, welcoming you to explore as long as you desire.
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Villa di Piazzano - Small Luxury Hotel of the World

Hotel, Villa
4.8/5 (130 Reviews)
Price Drop
Now from $290 per night
Open your suite doors to the manicured garden at Villa di Piazzano each morning and envision living in this ancient noble home in the 16th century. Follow the sounds of the birds through the lime and cypress trees, letting your nose lead you to the aromatic kitchen garden. Enjoy the afternoon sun with a dip in the pool, or beat the heat with a taste of Tuscany in the ancient wine cellar.
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Palazzo Seneca

Hotel
4.7/5 (29 Reviews)
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Price Drop
Now from $182 per night

With its Michelin-starred restaurant, Vespasia, you’ll likely stumble into Palazzo Seneca for its Norcia-centric menu of sweetbreads, eel and sheep ricotta pasta. We urge you to stay, and allow the concierge to arrange an interactive gastronomy experience for you to enjoy. From cooking classes and wine pairings to cheese-making and black truffle hunting, you can discover how nearly every delicious dish in the restaurant is made – savour each bite – then retire to your deluxe suite for a mini bar nightcap.

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  • Palazzo Bontadosi Hotel and Spa

    Independent Hotel, Spa Hotel
    4.5/5 (33 Reviews)
    Price Drop
    Now from $143 per night

    Its comfortable setting off the evocative Montefalco square is reason enough to stay at Palazzo Bontadosi – but this luxury boutique hotel sweetens the deal the moment you arrive. Allow them to suggest favorite items off the a la carte breakfast menu, before leading you down to the private Aquam Spa for a complimentary hour of relaxation. The concierge has a towel at the ready, so you can dry off and set off for a wine tasting at the local winery.

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    Nun Assisi Relais and Spa Museum

    Resort
    4.8/5 (121 Reviews)
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    Price Drop
    Now from $332 per night
    A relaxing underground oasis a millennia in the making, the limestone pillars surrounding the Nun Relais pool date back to the first century CE. This ancient monastery brings a spiritual element to your spa experience, pampering you with beauty rituals and luxurious essential oils as you worship the water that cleansed the ancient Romans. Upstairs, you’ll find a more modern affair: the minimalist Privilege Suite N10 is dressed in locally-crafted furniture and boasts a stunning fresco from 1612 brushed upon the plaster.
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    Casale Valigi

    Hotel
    5/5 (1 Reviews)

    Wherever you stand, sit, and sleep at Casale Valigi, there’s a good chance you’re within arm’s reach of a locally-made product. From the handloom and handwoven fabrics and lime-based paint to the stone staircase and terracotta washbasins, this rural hotel prioritises traditional handicraft from wall to wall. In the Pietra (stone) room, you’ll settle in surrounded by ancient stone walls, raw terracotta flooring and fantastic views of the Narni medieval fortress.

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    Borgobrufa Spa Resort

    Resort, Spa Hotel
    4.5/5 (51 Reviews)
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    Price Drop
    Now from $297 per night
    3,000sqm (32,290sqft) may make the Borgobrufa Spa Resort the largest in Umbria, but it’s the attention to every square inch of your body that makes it one of the best. Four private spa areas, including a pool and sauna, in this adults-only hotel will soothe your every ache. When you’re not diving into this world of wellness, get a more concentrated taste of Umbria with local wine and homemade ciriole pasta at Quattro Sensi.
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    Castello di Postignano

    Spa Hotel
    5/5 (5 Reviews)
    Price Drop
    Now from $166 per night

    Rescued from abandonment and restored for your pleasure, the medieval fortified hamlet of Castello di Postignano redefines resort expectations. The spa, bowling green, pool, billiard room and cosy fireside reading room are reserved for guests only, but there’s much more to explore throughout the hamlet. A wine bar stocked with cheeses, oils and homemade biscuits, a charming cafe with views of the Valnerina valley, a quaint rose garden, vintage shop and an 11th-century church will make you feel like a local in minutes. Feel like you could stay forever? You could: these village buildings are for sale.

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    Why not extend your Italian holiday by exploring nearby Rome? Through Culture Trip, you can book a stay at the best bed and breakfasts and best family hotels in the city now. There are plenty of family-friendly experiences for you to enjoy, and you can unearth fascinating history in the Jewish Quarter. After a long day of exploring, discover new flavours at the best vegetarian and vegan restaurants in Rome.

    These recommendations were updated on August 28, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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