See why so many travellers make Villa le Magnolie their hotel of choice when visiting Montecatini Terme. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a charming setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Nearby landmarks such as Terme Leopoldine (0.5 mi) and Monumento ai Caduti (0.6 mi) make Villa le Magnolie a great place to stay when visiting Montecatini Terme.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Villa le Magnolie offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including room service. Guests of Villa le Magnolie are also welcome to enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Pasticceria Giovannini, Appaltino Bistrot & Caffetteria, and New York Caffee, which are some cafes that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Montecatini Terme is also home to Parco delle Terme di Montecatini, a popular park that is not too far from Villa le Magnolie.
At Villa le Magnolie, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Montecatini Terme.
We stayed in the villa not main hotel. Beautiful room and bathroom, very Italian. Only ate breakfasts during our stays as wanted to experience authentic meals whilst out and about. Evening bar service an issue due to single member of staff and multiple expectations. Staff all very polite and friendly however consideration of workload might well indicate need for higher staffing levels. Montecatini Alto via the funicular railway (need a head for heights) is a must do. The hotel is well located for visiting Lucca, Pisa, Florence and many parts of Tuscany
Beware when booking, Owner cancelled without warning, due to arrive on my birthday, very disappointing. Now back to the drawing board, looking for place to stay. However, deposit was returned promptly.
Due to the hotels mistake, we did not get our 2 rooms that were booked and confirmed to us. They offered us rooms at the adjoining Micheangelo hotel for 2 nights and promised to help with the luggage transfer to the nex location, hotel Panorama (there was only room for 2 nights in Michelangelo). We never got the help, but carried our luggage ourselves. the second hotel was not the standard we had booked. All this made our visit to Montecatini Terme quite different than we had hoped. We also payed the same full price as in our booking, even if we did not by far get what we had booked. A big disappointment indeed.
Very nice hotel in a nice quiet place ! The room is very big and perfect for a family. Nice big bathroom. Very comfortable bed !! A full buffet for breakfast and nice and polite personnel !! I will return when I have the chance !!
This hotel is more like a three star hotel. The food is very average. We would arrive for breakfast at the same table designated by the hotel every morning and it would be set for two instead of four, also table cloth had not been changed, and not enough cuttlery. Hot water in shower was not controllable. Auto light in wardrobe set to 14 seconds very annoying. Staff very arrogant. Room very hot but hotel turned of the air con. When ask to put it on we were told it was not possible. It would seem that they deside what suits them and residents comfort does not matter. Tea and coffee at breakfast was cool. William
Charming villa in the grounds of the Michelangelo Hotel; quite peaceful, rooms clean and warm, staff very welcoming; tennis court, pool. Breakfast is very good and plentiful. Stayed with friends there who had been several times. Had a great visit; good location to walk into town and have a few beers. Would recommend and would visit again.
I stayed at Villa Le Magnolie with my husband and my family and we had an amazing time. The rooms are just so beautiful and clean. The breakfast was fantastic with plenty of choice; the food was delicious and freshly made every day. I was also impressed with the service as the staff were friendly and helpful. The position of the hotel is also very good because walking distance to the centre of montecatini. I would definitely stay there again!
I've visited the place for the St. Valentine's 2014. Everything was just fantastic! The villa dates back to the early XX century, butit's very neat, maintained perfectly as in the ancient times. It was cosy, like a family country house. But the most important is the politeness of the owner and her co-workers. We were surprised when we have seen the restaurant (it was already prepaid by our week-end package. Villa Magnolia and Restaurant San Fransisco of Montecatini Terme work in partnership, so we had to go there for dinner). It was a real fine dinner place, so stylish and perfect, it dates back to the fiftieth (but refurbished), there are a lot of pictures of the celebraties visiting the place. the food was delicious!!!! Abbiamo visitato la villa per San Valentino 2014 e siamo stati davvero fortunati a trovare il posto cosi fantastico. La villa perfettamente restaurata, con gli arredi degli altri tempi, ma puliti e mantenuti, abbiamo fatto un week-end indimenticabile. Il particolare piu importante: la gentilezza e cortesia delle persone, ci siamo sentiti come se fossimo in casa. In piu' ci hanno consigliato il posto da non perdere: La Grotta Giusti con le acque termali. Giudizio per il week end: 30 e Lode! Karolina…
We stayed at Le Magnolie Residence in Montecatini Sept. 2008. It is a 6 unit residence situated next door to the main hotel, The Michelangelo. It is about a 15 minute walk into town..which isn't bad if you like to walk and if it's not raining. There did appear to be plenty of hotels closer to town. The hotel staff at Le Magnolie all speak excellent English, are friendly and serve both facilities. When we arrived, one of the staff carried our bags to our room which was situated at the top of a spiral staircase. There is no elevator. Our room was clean and adequate for our needs except that the bed was uncomfortable. The mattress was very soft and we both just sort of rolled to the middle of the bed. It felt like we were sleeping on a concave slant all night. We awoke in the morning feeling quite stiff and sore from the experience. We also had a problem with the Spa. It's a nice enough Spa but we did not get what we asked for. We were promised "theraputic, deep tissue massage" and ended up getting something else that wasn't theraputic at all. They basically just slathered oil on us and lightly rubbed it around for about half an hour (at most). The charge for this was 50 Euro each. When we told the hotel staff that this wasn't what we were promised we were told that was too bad and that we should have known to ask for a "treatment" from a physical therapist instead. (Apparantly, "massage" means something different to Italians. It is not intended to be theraputic). They then called a well qualified physical therapist who came over that afternoon and did a great deep tissue massage. There was, however, no apology for the mix-up and we were made to pay for both massages. Needless to say, it felt unfair.…
Spent a week in mid September at Le Magnolie and enjoyed every minute. It's owned by the Michelangelo Hotel next door and we were able to take advantage of their pool and parking facilities. Montecatini is a spa town with lots of elegant buildings and is on the train line which links Florence with the coast - therefore we found a car wasn't necessary. Le Magnolie has only six rooms and we were upgraded to a suite which was very spacious and well furnished. The breakfasts really deserve a mention as the choice was wide, from air cured ham and choices of cheese to home made cakes and pastries. The hotel is located to the north of the town about 10 minutes' walk from the main spa. Would definitely return to Montecatini and to Le Magnolie.