This is a really fascinating place. Never mind the impressive and hilarious collection of Mona Lisa spoof paintings, this is a beautifully decorated and massive property, housed in a 14th century palace. The common areas are a sight: classic furniture, fire places, columns, art, wood-craved accoutrements, velvet, and flowery courtyards seem to never end. Rooms generally face the inner courtyards and are therefore pretty quiet. A few rooms have hydro-baths and all have air conditioning.
Fun fact: the palace is owned by the decedents of 19th century sculpture Giovanni Dupré, and many of his original sculptures are on display. A buffet breakfast is included in the price. Wi-fi, painfully, costs 10 euros per hour. Parking is available for 20 euros per day.