It was difficult to find the hotel, as the navigation on Google map showed a route on restricted streets. We stopped at a parking area and called the hotel to get some help to find it. Roberto was very kind and came in his car to the parking area and showed the way so we followed behind in our rental car. I tried to follow the route on the map while my husband drove, in order to try to help others here on TA and the following is my conclusion of the streets we drove: We had stopped in the parking area where Via di San Pietro meets Via dell’Oriolo, on the southeast side of the old town. From there we drove south on Via di San Pietro, turned right into Via dei Filosofi, continued on Via dei Filosofi until we reached Via di Collazzi, where we turned right. Then we turned sharply left into Via di San Donato, right into Via Giordano Bruno, then left into Via Fiorenzuola Vecchia, right into Via del Teatro, then a sharp left into Via di Cagnano, which changes its name to Via del Piè Al Sasso after a short distance, and there you will find La Terrazza di Montepulciano on your right (driving north). La Terrazza di Montepulciano has an upper entrance/exit on Via del Piè Al Sasso (for going up to the main square, Piazza Grande) where the hotel parking is located, and a lower entrance/exit on Via di Voltaia Nel Corso (a pedestrian street with shops and restaurants). Roberto wrote a parking permit for us and then showed us around the hotel. He was very nice and hospitable, but he mixed Italian and English quite a lot so some things were a bit difficult to understand. His wife was also nice, but she hardly spoke any English and was even more difficult to understand.
We got a large room with both a bedroom and sitting room, and the entrance was from the roof top terrace (facing the upper street). The bathroom was average size, but the shower only had a shower curtain but no shower cabin, which made the bathroom floor wet when having a shower. There were large and good towels. We stayed in mid April during a couple of quite cold days. It was quite cold indoors too but we couldn’t find any way to switch on the heating manually (occasionally it seemed to be switched on automatically). The beds were quite hard and not so comfortable. The room was clean and wifi worked well.
Breakfast was served 8.00-10.00. Roberto started by serving croissants and offering us several types of cakes from a large plate (he proudly mentioned that they were made by his wife). He also brought a tray with different types of yoghurt, a small plate of ham and cheese and coffee/tea. The rest was already placed on the table: juice, water, a basket with a few slices of white bread, fresh fruit, pre-packed jam, pre-packed toasted bread and biscuits. There was no müsli and no vegetables.
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- Also Known As:
- La Terrazza Di Hotel Montepulciano
- Montepulciano La Terrazza Di