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Via Piè al Sasso 16, 53045 Montepulciano – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.4/10! (score from 171 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at La Terrazza Di Montepulciano.
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Grounds, Terrace, Sun Deck
Golf Course (within 2 miles), Ping-Pong, Cycling, Bicycle Rental
Food & Drink
Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free! Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, Car Rental, Shuttle Service (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Fax/Photocopying, Hair/Beauty Salon, Honeymoon Suite
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Heating
From 1:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Free! All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Free! Pets are allowed on request. No extra charges.
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Contucci Residenze d'Epoca overlooks Montepulciano's Piazza Grande. It offers self-catering accommodation with free WiFi and a four-poster bed.
Score from 2 reviews Wonderful
Housed in a 16th-century building in Montepulciano's historical centre, Albergo Duomo offers free Wi-Fi, a bar, and a terrace equipped with tables, chairs and flower pots.
Score from 156 reviews Very good
Featuring a furnished garden with BBQ facilities, Il Palazzo dei Diavoli produces its own wine and olive oil. This property is set in the Tuscan countryside, just 2 km from the centre of...
Score from 37 reviews Exceptional
Dating back to the early Middle Ages, Villa Cicolina is now a charming hotel. Featuring fantastic views of the Tuscan countryside, it guarantees personalized service and an unforgettable stay.
Score from 101 reviews Wonderful
Easy check in and check out Great location (right in town centre) It's a beautiful building, very authentic, old Italian Friendly Italian couple that manages the property
Wifi didn't work very well
A warm welcome, great hospitality and a fantastic location in the old town, near the piazza. We parked outside the hotel which was convenient. I have no hesitation in recommendIng this hotel and will definitely return.
the location was excellent, right in the middle of the town; the room was clean and comfortable
the staff was too talkative, especially early in the morning
Roberto, his wife and little dog "Rambo" are an "absolutely must meet"! We had an exceptionally warm welcome and tour around the hotel. Our room with four-poster-bed and our own very quaint living-room was a home away from home. Breakfast was homemade and more than you can eat.
Shower was a bit small
Fantastic warm and friendly staff. Very nice rooms/appartments in old atmosphere.Short way to centre.
Extremely difficult to find, even with navigator.
The room is clean and the owner is served with passion. It is enjoyed to eat the breakfast at the courtyard in the old town. The hotel is at the center of the town with reserved free parking.
We only stayed two nights, but left feeling like old friends. We were fortunate in being given (upgraded to?) Room No. 7, which basically felt like a penthouse suite with a private terrace! This is _not_ a five-star hotel (nor does it pretend to be), but we had a lovely experience, and would certainly stay again. It is a lovely family-run place. If you drive up the street at 50km, you'll almost certainly miss the hotel. But if you drive at a sensible speed (probably a good idea in the middle of Montepulciano!) you will see the signs. And the 'backdoor' entrance is a welcome bonus for wandering out. The bathrooms are not at 'Hilton' standards - but at these prices, they're fine.
To be honest, the breakfast was probably (technically) the 'worst' we had in Italy - although this is an unfair comparison as they were all generally very good ("wonderful homemade cake" - it was a week old!!) but Roberto made such a show of the service and presentation that it still felt like a delicious way to start the day!
The staff very friendly, great breakfast. Location few minutes from the main square
It was a bit difficult to find the house, as there are many narrow, one way streets. But this is normal for italian cities, not too big problem
The owners were very friendly and helpful. The hotel is located in the center of the village, close to all restaurants and shops. The room was new, big and lovely.
It was hard to find the place and requires some climbing to get to it. Many stairs within the hotel. The shower was hard to operate, no view of the village from the room. Basic breakfast.
Enthusiastic, passionate owner always willing to please. Clean comfortable room.
Delightful hosts, they make you so welcome, a real home from home.It's unusual to find somewhere to stay with its own terrace, warm with shade and quiet to read. We ate breakfast there every morning!
Noise of evening chatter from dinners on the street, but talking to friends, this is universal in this small narrow town.
Roberto and everything about his perfect B&B, Montepulciano, the food and the wine!
Minor issue but the Wi-Fi in our room was very weak, so we went to his beautiful terrace where there was a strong signal. Like I said, minor issue.
Roberto, the owner made us feel so welcome - his motto "mia casa e sua casa". We got lost on the way to the hotel and someone came to meet us to lead us to the hotel. The parking was on the street right outside of the hotel which was great. The rooms were quaint with "antiquish" furnishings and drapery. Breakfast on the terrace was delicious with homemade cakes, yogurt, coldcuts/cheese, juice, coffee, etc. Roberto insisted that you eat it all - he is a very energetic, friendly fellow. We had a great stay at La Terrazza and wished we had been able to stay longer
Unfortuantely we got lost trying to get to the hotel which is in the upper part of this mountain town. Directions should warn that most of the town has limited access for cars and not to follow your GPS exclusively.
The location was awesome! Parking was right in front of the hotel. Breakfast was perfect and the room was clean and adequate for our needs. Roberto and Victoria were excellent hosts and provided great advice for our food and travel needs.
Finding the hotel initially was a huge challenge (just like every other review stated). I even called the day prior for directions; however, it just isn't easy. Roberto can be "over the top" with his humor...but in the end, he is customer focused and fun to be around!
The owners made us feel very welcome and provided a lovely patio with his own wine to purchase. Breakfast was very good.
Very positive owners and good service. Parking is just near the door in the city center!
Excelent hospitality and location. The parking is really convenient. Roberto is amazing!!
Wifi was not working as our room was a bit far from common areas.
Roberto was wonderful So great.
Hard to find
The owner Roberto was extremely helpful. He goes out of his way to make you feel welcome. Our room was spacious, with a tradition Tuscan feel. The location of the hotel is perfect. We were driving there by car and had a difficult time to navigate the small streets and finding the hotel. Perhaps as a recommendation to the Roberto is to make the driving map he provided to us upon arrival available online as well and/or send it to visitors via email beforehand.
The bathroom was quite small and the shower curtain needs to be changed.
Location, spacious, generous breakfast and helpful welcoming host.
Great location, great parking, very warm welcome.
Great location, easy to follow parking instructions. Very friendly owner.
Thankyou to Victoria and Roberto for a very comfortable stay. Montepulciano is such beautiful place.
The owner, Roberto, really is a character and I enjoyed him. I think the strongest feaure is the location. It is just above the main city center and below the Piazza Grande, which everyone will want to visit. This means you don't have as much hill to climb every time you want to go anywhere. A couple nicer hotels in the Piazza Grande, but you'd have to climb a LOT of hill anytime you go anywhere. I think the hotel is also a good value. There aren't many hotel rooms available in the center of these hill towns. The city itself is just lovely and fun to explore with Many fine wineries to tour and taste.
The facilities are okay but not great, to be expected in many of these very old buildings in the hill towns. Rooms clean but a little dark and bathroom pretty basic. But still a good value.
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