Max and Debbie are awesome, friendly, and very likable, though their English isn't too good. They tried their best help me though, many times getting on Google translate to speak with me.
They even offered to drive me places nearby when the weather took a turn for the worse! The beds are a little hard, which is really my main complaint. But there's free coffee and tea all day and a kitchen for public use. The bathroom and toilet are always clean, and they clean your room daily (they do a great job of it).
Montecatini is a pretty cute town too. I used it to visit Pisa, Lucca, and Florence via train (had a Eurail pass). That way I could see all 3 cities without hotel hopping. =)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- "Casa Nonna Zaira" offer its guests a familiar environment managed by the owner. The accommodation has been designed in a semi-detached house with private entrance on the first floor, in a quiet area of ??strategic Montecatini Terme. Currently have (to 25. 00 € / day) for a single room with sink included, TV, DVD, radio, minibar, internet and (€ 35. 00 / day) two. double rooms with sink included, ... more less