Ratings based on 3 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.7 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Chianti countrysidePosted Oct 9, 2013 on Hotels.com
Beautiful spot with friendly staff. Wonderful grounds in the countryside. Absolutely great restaurant on site. Will return.
for Everyoneby K & R from Connecticut & Georgia
Beautiful & welcoming hotel in heart of Tuscany.Posted Aug 14, 2013
Pros: Many things - the beautiful grounds & terraced nooks, its' cleanliness, gorgeous views and most of all, the kind and welcoming staff.
Cons: Nothing that I could see...
Location: It's in the countryside, but not far from Siena. We used it as home base in taking day trips to the different hill towns in Tuscany.
While we enjoyed each of our hotels during our recent Italy trip, Villa Curina won my heart. It's a lovely, small hotel w/ beautiful grounds and a warm and welcoming staff who bent over backwards to assist us and make our stay as nice as possible. Our room was a delight - it was extremely clean and very cosy. It had all the needed conveniences including a small frig, AC and hair dryer. The days were very hot, but the evenings cooled down so that we were able to sleep w/ the windows open, lulled by the chirping of the cicadas and awaking to the birds. We had a fabulous view looking out over the rolling hills of Tuscany w/ Siena in the distance. The breakfast buffet was extensive w/ lots of fruit, yogurt, breads/pastries, cheese, ham, eggs, etc and was served on the terrace overlooking the countryside. The grounds were very well tended w/ flowers and shrubs everywhere. They had little terraced nooks all over the property which were great for a coffee or glass of wine and lounge chairs we used at night to view the stars and twinkling lights of the surrounding villages. One day we got started before breakfast was served and the hotel was kind enough to pack us a meal. Similarly, one night we were late in returning and their restaurant squeezed us in and we had a terrific meal. All things said, it was the warmth and kindness of the staff which I'll always remember. Villa Curina is a special place and I hope I am lucky enough to someday return.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Dusseldorf, Germany
Beautiful Tuscan countrysidePosted Aug 3, 2011
Hotel was perfect for what we were looking for. Villa up on a hill with lots of old world charm. Vineyards & olive trees right on the property. Only bad thing was that the website said 10 km outside of Siena. It was more like 25 km & a 45 euro taxi each time we went into the city.