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... well equipped and e spotlessly clean digs. It has a bedroom, kitchen, living room & bathroom. The beds are very...
... The apartment was spacious and comfortable, with an extra room with a TV. The kitchen worked great for preparation of...
... would always speak to us when passing in the courtyard. The room was huge, 2 baths, a kitchen, 2 bedrooms and a common...
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Stewart J wrote a review Nov 2017
Brisbane, Australia20 contributions41 helpful votes
Apartmenti Palazzo Bellarmino is a hotel with apartment extras - or vice versa. And it is the bees knees.
Location in Montepulciano: Firstly the town is the real deal, a walled mediaeval hilltop town in Tuscany. While the streets are steep is great for walking as traffic is restricted inside the wall. Your journey up through the narrow streets culminates in a beautiful mediaeval square on the crest of the hill.

For authentic ambience and a great location you can’t beat Apartmenti Palazzo Bellarmino, a converted Palazzo. While the building including the courtyard, internal staircase and verandas are medieval, once you enter your apartment you will find a modern spacious, well equipped and e spotlessly clean digs. It has a bedroom, kitchen, living room & bathroom. The beds are very comfortable and linen & towels are provided.The towels are a bit thin but who’s complaining, the nightly rate is incredibly good. The location couldn’t be better as the building is about 50 metres down a side street that runs off the the grand piazza which is surrounded by the Duomo, the castellated town hall and some other mediaeval buildings. The apartment building and surrounds a very quiet and the staff are friendly and helpful. No lift but the stairs are not too steep. Small grocery stores are easily found further down the hill and there are plenty of good restaurants not far from the apartment.

We got “to Montepulciano by catching a bus from Chiusi (a stop on the main train line) and taking a bus from a stop that is 30 metres on the left as you exit the rail station. The bus takes you to a transfer station just outside the wall of Montepulciano. You need to change to a smaller bus that fits the narrow streets of the old town. After 10 or 15 minutes, it terminates at the grand piazza, the top of the hill. Warning: There is a railway station called Montepulciano but don’t be sucked in. That train station is still 40 or 50 minutes by road from the mediaeval town and buses from there are infrequent. Trust me, Chiusi is your jump off rail station for reaching Montepulciano. You buy your bus tickets from the newsstand inside the rail station and you buy another ticket at the transfer station for the smaller bus that goes inside the walled town.
Stewart & Debbie
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Date of stay: September 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Alan B wrote a review Apr 2017
Fort Collins, Colorado18 contributions7 helpful votes
We stayed here for six days in late March. The apartment is steps from the grand square. Close to great restaurants and shops. Parking could be an issue, but we never had a problem. The staff was helpful in suggesting restaurants and sights and gave us a 30 minute pass to park close and unload our luggage. The apartment was spacious and comfortable, with an extra room with a TV. The kitchen worked great for preparation of light meals. Our unit did not have a view out at the surrounding fields, but it was a short walk to great views.
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Date of stay: March 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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KBridges001 wrote a review Feb 2016
Knoxville, Tennessee59 contributions8 helpful votes
My husband and I stayed at this hotel and loved it. The staff is extremely helpful they went out of their way to call a taxi for us and would always speak to us when passing in the courtyard. The room was huge, 2 baths, a kitchen, 2 bedrooms and a common area. Way more room than the 2 of us needed but it's nice to extra space to spread out. The location is convenient to bakeries, restaurants and shops. I highly recommend this property.
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Date of stay: October 2015Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: I don't think there is an elevator, I would ask to stay on the ground floor.
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Tim F wrote a review Sep 2015
Cumbria49 contributions18 helpful votes
We were on the top floor, so it was a hike with all the luggage, but well worth the trek, a huge apartment with a well equipped kitchen.We could look into the square from our room which was handy as the square was so rammed full on the last Sunday in August we couldn't have moved. As it happened the second day of our stay in Montepulciano was the" Bravio delle Botte " festival, when the whole town turns out in fantastic medieval costume ,with flag waving competitions ,drummers ,knights ,all culminating in a race through the streets rolling huge wine barrels(empty of course) all mixed in with copious amounts of eating and drinking made for an excellent couple of days. Angelica couldn't be more helpful and made our stay that little bit more special.Try Palazzo Bellarmino (at the end of August) we loved it.
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Date of stay: August 2015Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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steve F wrote a review Jul 2015
Barry, United Kingdom6 contributions2 helpful votes
Had a great few days here. The apartment was huge, well equipped and situated in a fantastic location in Montepulciano, metres from a great parking spot. Entering the courtyard every evening was a treat, historic beauty. The view from the sitting room window was panoramic. Angelica was such a lovely person too and very helpfull. This was worth every penny and I would love to stay again.
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Date of stay: June 2015Trip type: Travelled with family
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