This is a very lovely hotel and we enjoyed it -- the staff is very nice. There is no elevator and a lot of step to climb if that is an issue. We stayed in a room on the front and it was noisy. (We had to open the window for air) The room was not large and a bit crowded but pretty, and lovely old beams . there is a lovely terrace with flowers and a pretty garden view.
There is tea and cake in the afternoon and that was a very nice extra touch.
Hotel Palazzo del Capitano Wellness & Relais is located in the heart of the Valle d'Orcia area, in the historic centre of …More
A view to die for over the Tuscan hills from your balcony. Lovely airy,period,clean room. Staff were great. Beautiful clean pool with the same stunning veiw. Town full of charm and less tourists but steep walk up to it of 70m. Highly recommend this very special place and this hotel.
Traveller from Orange NSW Australia
The Dei Capitani hotel is situated in a unique position in the historic area of Montalcino , in a natural and romantic …More
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.
"Ideally located close to Val d'Orcia and Le Crete"
It served as a good location for our photographic holiday in this part of Tuscany. A flexible approach by staff to early morning and late evening shoots helped greatly. Not the most luxurious of premises, it was nevertheless a bargain at the cost overall. We found the staff to be helpful and friendly. The hotel was occasionally let down by failure to replace useable in the rooms, but this was quickly put right when matters were raised.
Dave & Sheila from England
Hotel Palazzuolo is situated at the border of the little town of S.Quirico d’Orcia; you will hardly see it when you arrive …More
Booked this hotel for friends visiting Montalcino for the first time. They had a lovely junior suite with ample room and a beautiful terrace with outstanding views. We dined at the hotel for dinner which was superb. The chef is the wife of the hotel owner Mauro ( who manages the property and front desk) and she offers a wonderful range of regional Italian specialties complemented by fine rosso and brunello wines. The dining room is very elegant and would be ideal for a special private event.
Arrived at this hotel after a beautiful drive from Rome airport through the countryside (avoiding most highways).
Vitorio was an awesome host- we were able to meet with his family and his father Roberto presented us with the wines created on the land in which they own. We were able to attend the tasting at the family residence just a short drive away (without having a time or tour arranged).
Beata, an employee that handles the day to day operations at the Piombaia apartments was a pleasure to deal with. She delivered breakfast to our room each morning (coffee, juice, fruit and pastries) for a nominal fee per/day.
This spot was the highlight of our trip so far. The Brunello wines being created in the area of Montalcino are world class.
Tour the area, enjoy the immediate offerings - you won't be dissapointed if this is your next stay!
Traveller from Vancouver, BC
The Farmhome Piombaia is located in the heart of the Val d'Orcia in Montalcino, among the typical Tuscan hills, the …More
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
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.