The hotel had gotten nice reviews, so we didn't hesitate to make a reservation. However, the place is a bit run down. The walls needed paint pretty badly. The light fixtures in our room had dead bugs in them. When we turned down the sheets there was a hair on the pillowcase...not a good welcome. The woman at the front... More
- Also Known As:
- La Locanda Hotel
- La Locanda Volterra
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel la locanda is situated in the historical centre of the town.we are in proximity to the roman theater and to the porta fiorentina.our hotel is new and has been converted from an ancient monastery of nuns.the former owner of this palace, in the second half of 1700s, was anton filippo giachi, historically and culturally famous for his studies of etruscan history.in remembrance of him, you can find today a memorial plaque over the entrance of the hotel. In those days he fixed onto the front of the building some urns, boxes for urns and the tops of urns from the etruscan time, with representations of fantastic animals and scenes of the trip to the inferno.he found all this here when he excavated the site.to decide to stay at the hotel la locanda means discovering the wonders of the culture of a remarkable town. ... more less
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