See why so many travellers make Il Piccolo Castello Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Monteriggioni. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Rooms at Il Piccolo Castello Hotel offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
Room service and a concierge are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A pool and free breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Il Piccolo Castello Hotel, free parking is available.
While in Monteriggioni, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Il Piccolo Castello Hotel, including Bar dell'Orso (0.6 mi), Antico Travaglio - Osteria Gelateria (0.9 mi), and Ristorante Da Remo (0.9 mi).
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Walls of Monteriggioni (0.9 mi), Castello Monteriggioni (0.9 mi), and Centro storico di Monteriggioni (0.9 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
At Il Piccolo Castello Hotel, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Monteriggioni.
STAY AWAY from this hotel!!! For sure the standard is NOT 4* It is situated directly(50 m) besides the highway, which you hear constantly! Rooms on the pictures look spacious, but are not. WIFI is NOT available Breakfast ham and cheese are cheap from the supermarket, not tasty at all. The only variety is one sort of cake which changes. Personnell is friendly, but owners are not, their only interest is making money but not the well being of their hotel guests
We stayed in this hotel for 4 nights as part of a tour with Riviera Travel. On arrival reception were efficient and welcoming. Our room faced the garden and pool and we had a large king size bed on the ground floor as well as two single beds on a mezzanine level. Although the location is fairly isolated this wasn't an issue for us as our tour included visits to Volterra, San Gimignano and Siena. On our last day we took the shuttle bus from the hotel to Monteriggioni where we spent the morning and in the afternoon enjoyed a rest by the pool. We had to order our meals the night before, which is necessary for a large coach party. Breakfast consisted of cereals, fruit and yoghurt, scrambled and hard boiled eggs, bacon, cold meats and cheeses, bread and cakes . By the end of our stay we had mastered the coffee machine!…
I stayed here for four nights as part of a group holiday booking (around 22 of us). Whilst we were there, another group of over 50 people arrived, apparently this hotel was used by tour groups frequently. If anyone was planning to stay as a couple, for example, please be aware there may be large groups in the hotel when you arrive. The hotel is about a mile out of the centre of the small town of Monteriggioni, but is on a road which has no pavements or sidewalks, so walking along the road is a trifle hazardous. There is a route to the town partly via the Via Francigena, an old pilgrim route from Canterbury to Rome, but this does take longer to walk as it is partly across a field, and partly gravel paths. My first impression of the room was that it was well in keeping with the surrounding countryside - a large bed, clean and modern bathroom, but with wooden shutters over the windows and orangey-brown walls, giving a very Tuscan feel. My room was at the back of the hotel (some faced onto the pool) and was effectively a family room with two single beds on a mezzanine level as well as a large bed on the 'ground' floor. The back of the hotel does back onto a main road but is well screened by trees. I didn't hear any road noise, partly because the air conditioning was permanently on; I haven't come across a hotel room where you can't turn off your AC in the room. According to my fellow travellers, the hotel reception were able to turn it off on request. (The temperature ranged from 30 degrees centigrade + to the mid 20s during our stay). We had half board most days. Breakfast was ok - a limited selection of fruit (tinned prunes and pineapple rings most days, plus some kiwi fruit, pears, oranges). There were a lot of cakes and tarts on offer but many of us found this a bit sweet for breakfast. There was also scrambled eggs and what looked more like heated ham than bacon. But there were also cereals and my colleagues said the yoghurt was very good. The bread for toasting seemed oddly lacking in flavour. Dinner was variable - the pasta courses tended to be very good. However the main courses were not particularly popular - one night we were served slices of tepid roast beef, with a little gravy, and some salad leaves. Another night we had turkey, served with what appeared to be tinned green beans. The hotel operated a system of asking the night before what you wanted for the next day from two options but wanted us to sit at the same tables each night to facilitate this (our group liked to swap seating so everyone got a chance to know each other). The waiting staff didn't appear to speak much English so any requests usually had to go via our Italian-speaking guide. We ate out on the Saturday night, and returned to find a wedding party in full swing. Those in the group who had rooms facing the pool said it was a little noisy, but the noise did stop around midnight. On the second day, those getting up early found there was no water. Our guide said this was because the hotel had two large water tanks (given it's in the middle of countryside, this made sense) and they were in the process of 'swapping over' from one to the other. Water was restored after a short delay. I didn't use the pool but a few of our group did, and said it was very good. There is a small poolside bar where lunches can be ordered. The hotel were also helpful in charging the phone of one of our group, who only had a USB charger with her (the rooms didn't have USB chargers). Overall I probably would have given this hotel three and a half stars if there was the option to award half marks, but as I can't, I'm rounding down rather than up. I enjoyed my stay but I'd regard the hotel as average overall.…
Advertised as 4⭐️, maybe by Italian standards more likely a 3 star at best. Pool is great but not heated so even with good weather pool was freezing. Breakfast was good, waiting staff let the evening meal down, by not knowing who had ordered what , even though all meals were ordered the day before. Hotel is in need of redecoration.
We booked for 4 nights and were delighted when we arrived. Our room was nice but the air conditioning was poor. We went out to the swimming pool as it was 40 degrees outside. Most of the beds had towels on them and no people sitting on them. We had been told it would be 10 euros a day for 2 towels. Glad we had our own. The pool was lovely. The meal that night was great but our stay went down hill. The next day the hotel had a wedding and we were too late to be able to eat. There was no where to sit away from the wedding. The next night we gave the restaurant another try and surly staff told a young family they couldn’t play cards to amuse the children. This family was so much quieter than the night before. So we saw facilities closed unhelpful staff and a lovely stay in a beautiful hotel made less than enjoyable.…