Assisi lodgings just don’t get any homier than they do at the Laudenzi family’s welcoming little inn down a tiny alley from Piazza del Commune. A gate opens into a shady patio and beyond are welcoming, if a bit outdated, guest rooms with vaulted ceilings, fresco fragments, and other historic remnants here and there and nicely furnished with old-fashioned armoires and dressers. Views over rooftops to the valley below unfold through the tall windows, from the private terraces off the choicest rooms, and the one on the roof for all guests to enjoy. The dining room is one of the most pleasant places to eat in town and extends into a lovely garden.
- Frommer's Staff