Why Stay in Conegliano?
Conegliano is a town located on the “Strada del Prosecco” , Prosecco Road, linking Conegliano to Valdobbiadene through the scenic Prosecco hills. While not necessarily the prettiest part of the region – for that, you want to stay deep in the hills, Conegliano does have an easy train link from Venice, making it a convenient base when exploring Prosecco, especially if you don’t have a rental car.
It is also one of the bigger town’s in the Prosecco region, so as well as being close to the many vineyards and beautiful nature, it has a good supply of shops, restaurants, bars and hotels.
I’ve separated the places to stay according to type, covering hotels and B&Bs. I’ll be adding to this list as discover more wonderful places to stay in Conegliano. Unless I say otherwise, all of the accommodation below is within 1 mile (1.6 kilometres) of the centre of Conegliano.
At the end of this page, you’ll find a link to all of these accommodation options on a map as well as other accommodation guides I’ve put together to help you plan your trip to Prosecco.
Where to stay in Conegliano
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Hotels in Conegliano
Relais Le Betuelle is a newly built 4-star hotel, sat on the top of a small hill overlooking central Conegliano, just a few minutes from the medieval castle of the city. The hotel’s ‘Club Le Betulle’ has a large outdoor pool and heated open-air hot tub to enjoy during those hot Italian summers. In fact, finding a hotel with a pool in Conegliano is a rarity so this might be reason enough to stay at Le Betulle. Keep in mind that the hotel is a good clip up a steep hill so you may want to use a taxi heading ‘homeward’. But don’t worry, the hotel has a superb on-site restaurant called Enrica Miron and a bar, which is reason enough not to head out at night.
Price around: €80
Named after famous Italian Renaissance painter Giambattista Cima who was born in Conegliano, Hotel Cima is a traditional and homely family-run hotel in a quiet area 10 minutes’ walk from the centre of Conegliano. If you don’t fancy the walk to Conegliano’s centre, direct buses also stop right outside the hotel. The property’s 19 rooms are clean and spacious, with a popular on-site restaurant serving everything from your morning coffee and a tasty breakfast buffet, to authentic Italian dinners and evening cocktails.
Price around: €68
Hotel Cristallo is a modern hotel in the heart of Conegliano, with all of the central shops, restaurants and bars right on its doorstep. The hotel is also less than a 5-minute walk away from the main train station, making it a convenient place to stay when travelling to and from Venice or to other towns in the Prosecco region. Regularly praised for its extremely friendly and helpful staff, Hotel Cristallo is a great option for staying in central Conegliano.
Price around: €90
Hotel EuroRest is an affordable 3-star hotel on the outskirts of Conegliano, with 64 comfortable and spacious rooms. The hotel has a stylish on-site restaurant and bar as well as a ‘mini wellness area’ with an infrared sauna, a multifunctional gym and a spin bike. Hotel Eurorest prides itself on its passion for cycling, with free bikes available for guests to use.
Tip: cycling is a popular activity in the region . However, the roads are very hilly and narrow so I wouldn’t recommend using bike as a method for going wine tasting unless you’re an experienced, very fit cyclist with good road safety skills and a willingness to go easy on the wine.
Price around: €76
Sporting Hotel Ragno D’oro is an elegant, independent hotel in the residential area of Conegliano, just 1 kilometre (around 0.6 mile) from the town centre, the train station and the castle. All of the rooms are decorated in a classic style with wooden furnishings and beautiful views out over the rolling Prosecco vineyards of the area. The hotel’s sporting facilities include a spacious garden with a swimming pool, 2 tennis courts and a sauna to relax in after your workout.
Price around: €95
Bed & Breakfasts in Conegliano
As well as great hotels, Conegliano has some charming and cosy bed and breakfasts to use as your base when visiting the Prosecco region.
The Mezzosale is a cosy B&B within a 15th century townhouse in the historic centre of Conegliano. The six rooms are each named after a type of flower which is etched into the bed frame, with hardwood floors and simple clean decor giving the rooms a modern but elegant feel. Some rooms even overlook the central Piazza Cima square, making the most of the properties fantastic location within Conegliano’s centre. Dinner at the Bistro, which serves Italian specialities from all across the country and a great local wine list, is a must during a stay at The Mezzosale.
Price around: €100
B&B Strada del Collalto is set within an ancient farmhouse on the outskirts of Conegliano (2.2 miles / 3.5 kilometres). The building has recently been renovated, keeping its wooden beams and authentic charm but with modern touches such as the beautiful chandeliers in the main living areas. The property is also surrounded by a large garden which guests are welcome to use. The host Alessandra is extremely welcoming and gives her guests maps of the area and recommendations of the best places to see and eat in Conegliano.
Price around: €75
Located within a shared building in Conegliano’s characteristic Old Town, B&B Delle Rose is a charming little bed and breakfast with three elegantly furnished bedrooms; a single room, a double room and a triple room. The property also has a kitchen, living room and library for its guests to use. Hosts Lucio and Rosanna are helpful and friendly, making their guests feel at home with their homemade breakfasts and plenty of local recommendations.
Price around: €59
Il Giuggiolo is another old farmhouse converted into a bed and breakfast in a lovely part of Conegliano surrounded by beautiful nature but still close enough the town centre (1.3 miles / 2 kilometres). Each of the homely rooms has a balcony with garden views, while guests are welcome to explore the property’s large green space overlooking the peaceful local vineyards.
Price around: €60
Bed & Breakfast 3B
Decorated in “chalet” style, with modern wooden furnishings all across the property, B&B 3B is a comfortable yet elegant bed and breakfast in a quiet area just a 20 minute walk from the heart of Conegliano. The lovely bed and breakfast, which includes a quaint breakfast of tea, coffee, pastries, jam and fruit, is one of the most affordable places to stay in Conegliano.
Price around: €57
Other Accommodation Guides
You might also be interested in my guide to where to say in Venice, which includes a breakdown of which area to choose in Venice.
You can find all of the hotels and accommodation options listed on this site on my Map of the Prosecco Region (Google Maps).
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