Ratings based on 32 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.8 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Cheryl from Nevada
Best!Posted Nov 15, 2013
Pros: I love the ambience, location and most of all, the staff!
Cons: Maybe a van to shuttle patrons into town and back!
Location: Beautiful towns of Siena and Colle Val Delsa just to name a few!
This is my 2nd stay here and it just gets better! I was here for 6 nights and loved every minute! They treat you like family and take care of everything!
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Nicely Quirky but ExpensivePosted Sep 27, 2013
We were very well looked after during our stay at the Villa San Lucchese, which has a very homely feel, but we felt that, in relation to our other two locations, it was over-priced.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Beautiful of Tuscany!Posted Aug 26, 2013
Wonderful staff! Beautiful views of Tuscany and close to many vineyards in Chianti and Montepulciano. Very nice pool and delicious breakfast. Perfect place to stay. Family members have also stayed in the same hotel and had a great experience as well.
for Everyoneby Claire from Melbourne VIC, Australia
Hotel Villa San LucchesePosted Aug 3, 2013
Location: Just under an hour by car from Florence airport and very close to San Gimignano, Chianti, Greve, Siena. A very well located hotel for sightseeing.
Lovely hotel in well kept grounds, tidy manicured gardens and pool area. All of the staff, from reception, cleaners, restaurant staff all went out of their way to help. A special mention must go to both of the Lorenzo's on reception - excellent English speaking and very helpful providing travel tips, information etc. (Lorenzo who had lived in Australia was a really funny guy and we had some great chats with him). The breakfast buffet was extensive, eggs were cooked to order together with cappucino if required. We ate at the hotel restaurant several evenings and really enjoyed the food.
Recommendedby Mrs M from Cardiff
Great location to explore Tuscany.Posted Jun 3, 2013 on Hotels.com
An exceptionally friendly well run hotel. All members of staff were very helpful and eager to please. The room was very clean and comfortable but the hotel in general is looking a little tired, hence the reason I haven't awarded a higher number of stars. I can well understand that such a beautiful old building would gobble up money endlessly. However the location is excellent to explore that area of Tuscany with easy access to the major roads. There is no reason to visit Poggibonsi other than for an evening meal - we had 2 very good meals and they were considerably cheaper than the hotel's restaurant. Recommended providing you're not expecting luxury and I would probably revisit if staying in the area again as it was good value for money.
for Everyoneby Jim from Alexandria, VA, USA
Once in a lifetime!Posted Apr 22, 2013
Pros: Site and architecture and people
Cons: Weak Internet
A once in a lifetime place! We had a"villa" sized room overlooking a classic Tuscan valley - hard to stop staring out the window. Very friendly staff with a family feel. Beautiful garden and gorgeous pool that would be fantastic in warm weather. Internet a bit spotty, and food was good, not great, but that is not what you come to this place to experience. Has good CNN service if you need tv. Interesting old ruins just across the hill, with a unique eating/drinking place overlooking the whole area. Take the splurge and experience this unique villa!
Recommendedby Vivian from canada
AwesomePosted Apr 3, 2013 on Hotels.com
Great hotel, good breakfast, great host and wonderful time.
for Getaway With Friendsby S
Lovely views and Great service!Posted Oct 27, 2012 on Hotels.com
This Villa is great place to stay to see Tuscany. It was very relaxing and comfortable. The staff at the hotel went out of there way to be helpful and were very kind. The view from room was incredible. I can't wait to return to this hotel!
Recommendedby Travel Dreams
Gateway to TuscanyPosted Oct 2, 2012 on Hotels.com
We stayed three nights last week. The hotel staff were wonderful! They made you feel like family. They can help plan your Tuscany hill town visits. Free parking. The breakfast were the best we had in Italy. Dinner was fabulous but you must make reservations. We slept with the windows open. There was some noise from the highway below and some mosquitos did come through the shutters but the view from the window was worth it. Double bed seemed small but was comfortable. We wish there were better more effective hair dryers so you might want to bring your own.
for Couplesby David from UK
Nice, little hotelPosted Aug 25, 2012
Pros: The friendly staff
My wife and I stayed at Villa San Lucchese for 2 nights during our Honeymoon tour of Tuscany. Located in Poggibonsi, about halfway between Florence and Siena, the location was a good stopping off point to explore some of the nearby hilltop towns like San Gimignano as there’s nothing of any particular interest in Poggibonsi itself. As we weren’t driving, we were limited to public transport, but the hotel owner, Marco, very kindly drove us from the hotel to the train station a couple of times so we didn’t have to spend extra money on taxis. All of the staff were very friendly and made us both feel very welcome. The hotel was a former palazzo and had a beautiful garden and terrace with a beautiful panoramic view of the Tuscan countryside below where we ate dinner both evenings. The food was good and inexpensive compared to similar fare in the cities or towns nearby. The room we stayed in was ok, but because of small windows it was actually quite dark. The four poster bed was a nice touch though. The swimming pool in the garden was one of the smaller pools we used during our trip, but it was still refreshing to swim about it after being out of in the heat of the day exploring the local towns.