Spent 5 nights here as part of a cosmos tour and wished we hadnt. The hotel building looks like something you would have discovered when the iron curtain came down. Finished in bare concrete with the reinforcing bars showing through the crumbling balcanies it could have been used in a war film. Inside isnt alot better, its all very late 50's and tierd looking. Just when you think it cant get any worse, it does, the food arrives. It is diabolical. Breakfast is a poor buffet selection will some burnt things that i think were ment to be crussants. Evening meals are scary to say the least. Meat mould and salad pie were some of the highlights. Soup for starters, well clear water with bits in. Meat, i think for the main and a selection of pudding from the trolley, at your own risk. Hair was served up on a few occasions to go with your meals. We made sure we had a good lunch out during the day and kept a snack in our room. The staff werent a happy bunch and the only good thing i can say about this hotel is the views. If you get a third floor room like we did at the back you had fantast views all over Tuscany from the balcany. If you had a lower floor or a room at the front you had no view at all. There is a large roof terrace with sunbeds so if you have a lower room you can go up here for the views. Small pool and unheated, very cold. Long walk down a very steep track to town or use minibus till 8pm and the local bus goes up the hill aswell for a euro. Town centre fairly non exsistant as it all designers shops. Dont go to this hotel and dont book a cosmos tour if they are using it as a base.
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