Travelling solo as part of a group of 50 with " The Travel Department", I arrived in Montecatini on Oct 10th for a week. First impressions were marbelled floors, oriental rugs, a sweeping marble staircase, wonderful plasterwork and genuine old charm. My room at the side was small and dark as described by others but the wooden shutters can be opened with ease. A marvellous location for touring as the train station is directly across the road with direct links to Florence, Lucca and Pisa. The town has enough to explore for 1 day and the Funicular to Montrcatini Alto is a must. The staff are warm and friendly particularly Mariano who likes a mention here.The food is fine , a mixture of Italian and plain dishes for travellers with lots of potatoes and veg. for irish travellers as we all ate together in a separate dining room. A bottle of house wine is 12 euro , very reasonable for a decent hotel at dinner.. in house music on sat. night was basic but enjoyable as we had an early start. Weather is mixed in October, I had the pool to myself A marvelous week, I loved every minute.
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