I stayed with my wife as part of a group organised by the Travel Department, Ireland in 2012 Never ever again. The receptionists were totally cold and showed no interest whatever in their guests; not surprising really as I understand that the person displaying the least interest is in fact the owner of what passes as a hotel. The room in which we stayed left a lot to be desired with a small balcony and tiny shower cubicle. The only redeeming feature was the view of Montecatini Alto from the said balcony. Montecatini Alto is well worth a visit though with lovely views and nice restaurants - the approach uphill on the small train being a very pleasant experience. The dining room was very cramped and the food was not anything to excite. I will spare you the details, and as for asking for boiling water it would be easier to get vino rosso from a beetroot. A complimentary tea and coffee machine is situated in the foyer. Just you try asking for hot water. The hotel would appear to cater for a large turnover of transient guests who only want a basic bed and continental breakfast in their quest to visit the numerous interesting sights in the region. Speaking of which it must be said that Florence, Pisa and especially Lucca are absolutely fascinating and a wonderful experience. As for the hotel itself all in all a very tepid experience and one which we will not repeat,
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