Wonderful facilities and view. Great room and pools and view and ambience. Total turnover in staff for unknown reason and staff not very knowledgeable or familiar with their jobs. Restaurant not very good, certainly not for the money.
The Castello di Velona is the first Spa Hotel in Montalcino in the evocative setting of a medieval fortress. Situated in …More
We stayed for three nights in July, arriving by car. We spent our days exploring Tuscany & Umbria and our evenings in Pienza after the daytrippers had left town. You can drive up to the hotel to drop off bags and then go search for parking outside the walls. It has a garden with fabulous Tuscan views where breakfast is served The rooms varied. One of us had an extra sitting room; the other room was dark and rather cramped. There were only stairs to our rooms. A/C was marginal, compared to our other hotels. They could use more staff -- be prepared to wait for assistance at the front desk. When we arrived, we were not told that we would need to pay cash because of technical problems with credit cards. On the positive side, the location is excellent for walking around Pienza which we thought was charming. Breakfast staff were very helpful. Hotel wifi was excellent. There are plenty of places inside and out to lounge. We would recommend it with appropriate expectations.
Hotel is away from the crowds and has fantastic views. The rooms are simple and clean. I could have used a better mattress but I have slept on worse.
They accommodated us with a quick view of the winery which was nice. Their wines are great. I would go back for sure.
I cried when I first saw the views from our windows. Spacious, kitchen ready for making breakfast.
Staff was accommodating. We fell in love with the lady of the house. Can't say enough good things about this place.
Traveller from ny
Located in a 15th century palazzo, the residence is 100 meters from the town square in the center of historic Pienza. Each …More
We choose this hotel because it is between the two cities we would like to visit: Montepuciano and Montalcino.
It is a good hotel with a parking, good breakfast and a great staff.
The internet is free, but not very fast.
We like this hotel.
Completely renovated in 2010, Hotel Corsignano is a modern eco-friendly 4-star Pienza hotel , boasting a convenient location …More
Warm, inviting experience with the best bed in the best room of our trip. The owners went well out of their way to make us comfortable. Fulvia even drove us in her own car to her family's vineyard to give us a tour. We bought as much of their fantastic wine as we could transport and hope to order more from home upon our return. Breakfast was marvellous and the location fantastic. If you have a chance to stay here, take it.
Although room was good our balcony overlooked the car park. Upon asking if we could change we were told yes, for another €40 per night!!!! Although the main part of the hotel overlooked the Tuscan hills (beautiful) we thought the extra charge was not acceptable.
Traveller from cumbria
The Casanova Hotel Residence is situated in San Quirico d'Orcia, old, medieval village, crossed by the old "Via Francigena" …More
The staff were very nice and accommodating. Were very helpful with any questions and when we were departing before staff were on duty. Rooms were clean and very breakfast. Loved the pool and view from pool.
Traveller from Abingdon, VA
The Dei Capitani hotel is situated in a unique position in the historic area of Montalcino , in a natural and romantic …More
The carefully cultivated hills south of Siena culminate in Tuscany’s highest peak, the extinct volcano Monte Amiata (1,738 metres). Fortified villages crown the hilltops: most enticing is timeless little Montalcino, famed for its Brunello wines and 14th-century fortress. San Quirico d’Orcia’s showpiece is its Collegiata church with Romanesque portals. Pienza, remodelled by Pope Pius II, is a perfectly preserved Renaissance city.