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Relais San Pietro in Polvano
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Reviewed April 12, 2013

We spent 10 days touring the Tuscan and Umbrian countryside and this hotel was the highlight of the trip. Located a little off the beaten path, the hilltop setting offered amazing views and a serene setting. The rooms were state of the art and we had some wonderful typical Tuscan meals. But the real treat was the proprieter, the wonderful Mr. Protti. He offered the kind of old school warmth and grace you do not find very often, including excellent advice on everything from the wine list at dinner to excursions nearby. If I could rate the service higher than five I would.

  • Stayed: April 2013
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Thank Bwb57
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Reviewed June 23, 2012

We stayed at Relais San Pietro last summer with our two younger children ages 17 and 21. We were all delighted and charmed by the beauty of the location and the quality of the food and service. Signor Protti is a charming and gracious host. The views are spectacular and the setting is so welcoming and relaxing. The air conditioning in the rooms was more than adequate despite some 40 degree days, far more so than in a 5-star hotel in Rome we stayed in at the end of our trip. The rooms also offer free Wi-Fi. Every day we had fresh fruit in our rooms and we've never had nectarines as good as the ones in our room. We were all reluctant to leave, even the kids, and we plan on returning. Our oldest daughter, who couldn't make this trip, insists on going because of all the wonderful things she's heard us say about this place.

  • Stayed: July 2011
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2  Thank KathyRich87
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Reviewed June 22, 2012

Beautiful, elegant quality in a Stunning, peaceful location high in the hills. Fabulous, simple food and room with fantastic view. First swim of the year much welcome after a long hot day. All beautifully laid on with no fuss. A true gem.

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Sasha1691
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Reviewed June 17, 2012

On our journey out to Italy I was suddenly struck by the thought that I might have been making a terrible mistake. I had booked a whole fortnight in a tiny hotel that I knew nothing about other than what I had seen on the hotel's web site and on Trip Advisor. I need not have worried. This beautiful little hotel, high up in the Tuscan hills is excellent. The staff, led by the supremely efficient Signor Protti could not have been more friendly or more helpful. Signor Protti helped us plan our visits to all the Tuscan towns and cities that we wished to see and the charming Jalilla (who ran the restaurant) was a mine of information about shopping. The standard of service in this beautifully renovated 17th century hotel is of the highest; the rooms, though rustic in decor, are immaculate. The grounds are beautiful with terraces overlooking spectacular views of the Tuscan countryside. The food, served either in the pretty dining room or outside on the terrace, is excellent (the huge choice at breakfast being particularly memorable). We had planned to eat out from time to time but two forays into other restaurants in the area convinced us that it wasn't worth the effort - the food on offer at Relais San Pietro, although limited in terms of choice (particularly if you are staying for any length of time) was so perfectly cooked and presented that we ate in the hotel restaurant most evenings. All of this, together with the utter tranquility of the location, made it a perfect holiday.

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 13, 2012

To begin with, the location, high in the green Tuscan hills with in the far distance the medieval profile of Castiglion Fiorentino. Then Mr. Luigi Protti, always correct, friendly and helpful. The buildings, an old church property beautifully converted. Breakfast buffets were fabulous with a wide choice of good things, and perfect coffee. We had all of our dinners at the hotel and whatever we chose was delicious, served by a pleasant waitress. In summer one can eat outdoors, with beautiful views everywhere, but we also found the small diningroom very attractive. This hotel is beautifully furnished and the grounds are very attractive. There is no way we can suggest improvements, because everything was perfect.

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled as a couple
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