Loved the location and the breakfast was ample and very good. The room was large and comfortable. Once we found the parking lot, it was very convenient and close. We ate at Borgo Antico 3 nites in a row--5 minute walk, outside, and very good.
When you simply need to unwind and enjoy the simple beauties in life, you will want to take your vacation to Montepulciano …More
room was an apartment. large with living room, kitchen in the apartment (with full facilities), nice bathroom, comfortable bed. Located on 'main via' in Montepulciano. Very good restaurant attached. Great views from outside Terrace: sit outside if possible. Great wine selection, very good food. Excellent hospitality from owner and his family. Discount if you stay at hotel and eat at restaurant! we had a case of wine shipped home, too. They took care of all details. Very helpful. Made us feel at home. Our apartment overlooked main via but there is no traffic, especially after dark because this is small town so we opened windows for fresh air. Would absolutely return! Not pretentious but very nice and laid back.
Traveller from Houston
About us The inn “Osteria del Borgo” is administered by Mrs. Nadia. The guestrooms are located in a Historical Medieval …More
Made it to the location before sunset after train and taxi (Milan-Florence-Chiusi). We were checked in from someone that works in the restaurant below and spoke as much English as we did Italian. Unnerving a tad giving over your passports. Our room was the 1st one when you come through the entry door on the ground floor, Margherita I believe it was named. Small and cozy but clean. Disappointed there was no bathtub, our booking and one of the reasons I chose it was for a shower/tub combo so that my wife could relax. The only other disappointing thing was the bed. As I had read in earlier reviews it is hard and springs kept poking at my wife. We slept on top of everything. Great location, very close to the piazza and clock tower from twilight fame. Beautiful cobble stoned narrow streets and alleys all around. Our key didn't work anymore for the front door after a walk to the piazza. Finally someone came up from the restaurant and was able to exchange that for one that did. The restaurant managed by them is fabulous and right down the stairs form the B&B. Indoor or outdoor dining, cheap prices and high quality food. We tried our best to imitate Italians and made it into a long meal. Everything served food, beer, & wine was top notch except for the local pici pasta. That smelled and tasted like a can of beef-a-roni. The night was quiet, in the morning we went down at 9am for breakfast (nobody was there). Finally around 9:25 or so someone arrived and the restaurant was opened.
Traveller from Las Vegas
In the historical town centre of Montepulciano, one of the most famous Renaissance cities of southern Tuscany is the MeublÈ …More
The apartment was very comfortable, clean and beautiful. Its location was just steps away from the plaza and duomo with restaurants nearby. The owner went above and beyond to help us, as we did not realize the train station was still 8 miles from the town, and we arrived too late to take a bus. Stranded, we decided to call her for help and she arranged for a taxi to come for us. The price was very affordable and a great value.
PALAZZO BELLARMINO Historical House The Historical House Palazzo Bellarmino is located in the heart of Montepulciano just a …More
Palazzo Carletti is a beautiful B&B with ceiling frescoes and luxurious accommodations. It is located in the city center but not a busy part of the street. It has beautiful views of the Tuscan hillsides from some of the windows. The common area is lovely and comfortable. We had one glitch, the internet did not work in our room and, since it was Sunday, we had to use our wifi in the common area. No big deal, we were only there for one night; we wish we had scheduled more time here. The host was very friendly and provided information regarding the local restaurants and sites.
Traveller from Northport, MIchigan
Situated in the very heart of Montepulciano's centre, Palazzo Carletti is a Historical House which offers stunning views over …More
It's a nice hotel - very clean and well maintained. The rooms are small, but comfortable - get a 2nd floor room if you want any view.
Note that it's not in Montepulciano itself, but rather about a 10 minute drive away - not walk or bike-able. The restaurant on the lower level (and apparently operated independently from the hotel) is good and reasonably priced for dinner. There is very little else going on in the town of Sant'albino, restaurant or night-life wise.
You will need a car, but driving in Italy is fun. Recommend a small car.
Traveller from Seattle
In a charming and refined atmosphere is located the Hotel Tre Stelle, Montepulciano , ideal choice for a holiday of …More
We loved staying at La Locanda di San Francesco in Montepulchiano. Cinzia welcomed us with glasses of wine and was always helpful in making arrangements for tours and dinner. Amazing views from our room and the wine bar was a treat. We would stay again without question and highly recommend this hotel again!
Scott & Barbara Davidson, Pittsburgh, PA
Spread along a narrow ridge, Montepulciano is one of Tuscany’s highest hill-towns. On main transport routes from Siena and Florence, it makes a fine touring base. Foremost among a medley of photogenic palaces and churches within its ancient walls is the exquisitely proportioned Madonna di San Biagio. The region’s Vino Nobile wine draws many visitors, as does its July jazz festival and a barrel race through the streets in late August.