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The spa is on lovely grounds which are a must-see. The classic buildings are visually gorgeous. You don't have to take the waters. You can go in and have coffee at their bar and wander the grounds. We attended a concert at the spa, TheThree...More
We’ve been coming to Montecatini for the past five years and always started our day drinking water at Terme di Montecatini Spa. We loved this place as much as all the reviewers who reviewed it before! This year we came for few days only, so...More
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TERMEdiMONTECATINI, Uff.commerciale at Terme di Montecatini Spa, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
Dear Maria_Terentieva, thank you for taking the time to tell us about your experience in our spa.
We deeply regret that your experience did not meet your expectations. We would like to really apologize for all inconvenience due to our sanitary rules.
As you know,...More
We visited Montecatini Alto via the funicular railway earlier during our stay in nearby Monsummano Terme...walking past the impressive spa gardens we decided to have a look.
We paid €6 per adult (children free) to enter, and spent an hour or so walking around the...More
My husband and I were celebrating our 38th wedding anniversary in Tuscany and he delighted me by pre-arranging a spa day for us to include time in the therapeutic pool, tub soak, mud wrap and 60 minute massage. We had an expectation that this would...More
When you click on the website it makes it look as though you go to the plaza for treatment you don’t. We went to the actual place it was a small swimming pool. We paid for a 30 min massage. The room was terrible and...More
One of the things I enjoy doing on vacation is going to the spa.
I had signed up for a 3 day detox treatment, cost E350 which I had to pay in full when I arrived on the first day. There were to be three...More
Beautiful Romanesque villa. This is a delightful place to wander around and forget busy lives. Tranquil and heavenly. From the paintings to the gardens. From the historic tea salon to the extraordinary tree room gallery. Well worth 6 euros entrance fee.
After 11am it is open for peopke to explore the marbled hallways and gaze at the stained glass pannels, 7 ages of man in tiles over the fountains where you can taste the waters, slightly salty. stroll through the grounds, take a coffee in the...More
We spent ages wondering around the gigantic buildings, built for 19th century Italian hypochondriacs and nowadays still popular with Russian ones. Having my Campari and soda on the terrace, more or less alone, was a highlight of our trip.
Response from amandahep15 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Gillian sorry for late reply just seen your question. Yes you have to pay to look around. Unless you go to a concert then you can arrive early and look around. It's not a large place to visit and you would be pushing it... More
Hi Gillian sorry for late reply just seen your question. Yes you have to pay to look around. Unless you go to a concert then you can arrive early and look around. It's not a large place to visit and you would be pushing it to spend more than an hour walking around the gardens. Amanda