Montepulciano Hotels

Where to stay in the Tuscan hilltown of Montepulciano, Italy

The entrance to Il Riccio, an inexpensive family-run hotel just off Piazza Grande in Montepulciano.The entrance to Il Riccio, an inexpensive family-run hotel just off Piazza Grande in Montepulciano.

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Montepulciano has some great little family-run hotels. One of my favorites is Giorgio and Ivana Caroti's Meublé Il Riccio (Via Talosa 21, tel. +39-0578-757-713,, with functionally comfortable rooms for €80 (plus €8 for breakfast) over the mosaics studio founded by Giorgio's father.

Marcella rents a trio of simple rooms without bath for €34 above her restaurant Cittino (Vicolo della Via Nuova 2/Via Voltaia nel Corso, tel. +39-0578-757-335) that feel just like crashing in your Italian auntie's spare bedroom (one even squeezes in a bunk-bed for families).

Call ahead so the shopkeep-owner can open the door of Affittacamere Bellavista (Via Ricci 25, tel. +39-0578-716-341 or 347-823-2314, The rooms lack character—just a sagging bed, wooden table, and chair—but cost €78–€119 (breakfast for two is €6 more), and do offer great valley views, especially the 180 degrees of countryside from no. 6's tiny terrace (avoid viewless no. 5).

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