Ratings based on 92 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Posted Aug 19, 2014 on Hotels.com
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great location. Nice Hotel.Posted Aug 12, 2014
The Hotel had a great view, nice breakfast area and swimming pool. Location was just on outskirts of town which was perfect to walk into Radda (which has some good restaurant options to choose from).
for Couplesby Andrewfrom Melbourne
Beautiful rolling vineyard location - Chianti RadaPosted Jul 27, 2014 on Hotels.com
Clean, spacious rooms, close to restaurants and vineyards. Nice breakfasts, pool, bar and sunbathing patio. Only recommendation is whilst the hotel retains an old charm, it needs a lick of paint as it's starting to look a little tired. Otherwise excellent.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Posted Jul 24, 2014 on Hotels.com
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Beautiful hotel in a stunning positionPosted Jul 22, 2014 on Hotels.com
Relais Vignale has an enviable, hilltop position with views across the Chianti countryside from both the pool and restaurant area along with from some rooms. The lounge areas are sumptuously furnished and there is a real air of luxury about the hotel. One downside was that the bed was very hard as were the pillows.
by A verified travelerfrom New Jersey
Great area but choose different accomodationsPosted Jun 20, 2014
Pros: Location: Radda in Chianti is a wonderful town, and the hotel is right next to, and within easy walking distance from, the old town.
Cons: Wi-Fi in rooms, commitment to customer satisfaction (i.e., friendlier and more helpful staff) and smaller keys (seriously, they're huge and heavy).
Location: Radda in Chianti has the best of everything. Highly recommend the Vignavecchia winery just outside town. I enjoyed Siena so much more than Florence.
Radda in Chianti was excellent, but I recommend looking for a different hotel. Positive characteristics include great location (being just on the edge of town, it has views overlooking both "sides" of the hill) and pretty grounds (the outside seating area for breakfast was especially pleasant). However, I was particularly disappointed by most of the staff. I give the staff credit for their excellent ability and willingness to speak English. I was also surprised by how well-staffed (i.e., number of personnel) the hotel was. However, the front desk staff were at best cold, somewhat unhelpful and seemingly eager to pick a fight. About halfway through the stay I had a dispute with the barman that soured the rest of the trip. He set some hor d'oeuvres in the lobby that seemed to be available to guests. However, when my wife ate one, he scolded her for eating without ordering drinks from the bar (despite our spending over 50 Euro at the bar the previous night). The next day he refused to provide me 2 wine glasses because the wine I wanted to consume out on the patio by the pool was not from the approved winery. He told me I would have to leave the premises or remain in my room (even though I'd still need the glasses to have a drink in the room). I must say the other barman who only works Sundays was wonderfully helpful and kind. Finally, the room was advertised as having free Wi-Fi but had none. To use Wi-Fi you must go to a specific room in a separate building.
for Everyoneby Dianafrom Sydney.Australia
Great location, terrific staff and ambience.Posted Jun 16, 2014
Pros: It's general location was perfect for day trips...very easy to get around. The hotel offered everything ..good food, great staff, terrific amenities
Location: Very good spot for other towns...day trips were easy ...delightful towns nearby.
We were most impressed by the staff (Serena! on reception - fabulous).. they made great effort to make our stay perfect. The hotel is absolutely charming...lovely garden... beautiful terraces/pool, with the feel of old world with modern amenities. The restaurant was wonderful.
for Getaway With Friendsby A verified traveler
Charming inn in the middle of ChiantiPosted May 10, 2014 on Hotels.com
We loved the old world charm of this hotel. The main floor consists of several cozy rooms instead of a large impersonal lobby - bar/lounge, tv, fireplace living room, library, etc. the included breakfast was superior to most that you find in Europe The rooms are nicely appointed and on various levels. There is an elevator that goes one floor, but you will probably have some steps from there. The dining room, which is also old world, is down a flight of stairs. There are decks, terraces, a swimming pool and free parking. We visited other Chianti towns, Cortona and San Gimignano with Radda as a base.
for Couplesby RDfrom London
AmazingPosted Apr 27, 2014 on Hotels.com
We really enjoyed. Great location, high street just across the hotel so a great choice of restaurants at walking distance.
for Couplesby Ruetfrom Philadelphia, PA
relaxing hotel in TuscanyPosted Oct 3, 2013
We stayed here for 3 nights in September during our honeymoon. We had beautiful weather so we spent a lot of time outside at the pool enjoying the view. We also really liked the charming small town of Radda which is right across the street from the hotel. The hotel restaurant was fantastic, probably our favorite of our entire trip. We had 2 great dinners there (I am still dreaming of their truffle ravioli) as well as the very substantial and enjoyable breakfast they provided each morning. The perfect weather we had definitely added to our experience because much of the charm of this hotel is the beautiful views from the restaurant and pool area. Our room was on the first floor facing the garden and was fairly small but comfortable enough. The bathroom was one of the larger ones we had during our trip. The shower had great water pressure and plenty of hot water. All of the staff we encountered were very helpful and eager to please. We would love to return one day and would certainly recommend it to others.