Great location, right in Montalcino, so no need to worry about driving home after a few glasses of Brunello in one of the local restaurants.
We stayed in a superior room which was enormous, basically a suite, with a view over the Tuscan hills, which was gorgeous.
The staff were helpful and friendly. There was free parking nearby, though the streets are pretty hilly so late at night it wasn't the easiest of walks. Still, it's very close by.
The restaurants recommended to us by the hotel were both very good.
The buffet breakfast was included and was quite good, though there were no eggs. There was a good selection of cakes, bread, pastries, cold cuts, cheese, yoghurt etc... and good coffee/hot drinks. The fruit juices left a lot to be desired - they were not great, very sweet and not 'real' fruit juice.
- Also Known As:
- Dei Capitani Hotel
- Dei Capitani Montalcino
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our hotel is situated in part of the eighteenth-century “Catasto Leopoldino” in the historic centre of Montalcino. The rooms at the back afford a splendid view, taking in the Val d’Orcia and the Val d’Arbia.Opening out onto this backdrop is a large, panoramic garden, where a swimming pool has been created to resemble a medieval fountain.In the remaining rooms, some of which are laid out on two levels, you can breathe in the typical atmosphere of an ancient Tuscan village. ... more less
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