Hotel Panoramic

Address: Via di Villa Bianca 8, Montepulciano, Tuscany, 53045, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Via di Villa Bianca 8, Montepulciano, is near Historic Centre of the City of Pienza, Contucci Cantine, Tenuta Valdipiatta, and Terme di Chianciano.
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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Swimming pool

          Features

          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed

          General

          • Suites

          Services

          • Shuttle bus service
          • Room service
          • TV Channel One Russia
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Kids activities or Babysitting
           

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Panoramic Montepulciano

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
           

          Travel Blogs from Montepulciano

          And they're off......

          A travel blog entry by domergio on Nov 09, 2015

          4 comments, 14 photos

          ... for 6 weeks of the year. Another postcard is attached to give you some idea of the grandeur. There are a few Michelangelo statues in this church. It continues to amaze me that there can be so many churches that look like this in one country. And I haven't even been to St Peter's Basilica in Rome yet! Another important church in Siena is San Domenico. On the right side of the church, there is a nave that contains the head of St Catherine of Siena who along with St Francis ...

          It's GREAT to be 48!

          A travel blog entry by lisa0904 on Sep 04, 2015

          3 comments, 12 photos

          ... leaf was out of this world - like nothing I have ever tasted. I felt like the kids in Willy Wonka tasting all of the candy in the factory.

          When they brought my candle and told me to make a wish, I thought - I have no wishes. This is a dream come true. Perfect in every way. To be in Italy on this day and to combine that with hearing from so many of my friends through cards and on Facebook - I felt very loved and very special. It is a day I will never ...

          Twilight's Montepulciano and Volterra

          A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Nov 04, 2014

          14 photos

          ... to Volterra for the novel, but to Montepulciano to take pictures of where the scene was actually shot. So:

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          It was an unbelievably twisting, corkscrew drive up the mountainside to the town of Volterra. This may have contributed to Hollywood selecting the much more approachable town of Montepulciano as the location for the New Moon scenes. Getting all the movie hardware up to Volterra would have been a harrowing ride ...

          Luscious Siena

          A travel blog entry by lynnloparo on May 07, 2012

          6 comments, 11 photos

          ... almost black and white in the dark cathedral. I loved the striped columns and arches.

          Attached to the Duomo Cathedral is the Baptistery, which I found beautiful for the frescoes that covered every inch of the arched ceilings.

          Our last stop before lunch was the Piazza del Campo. It’s the main centre of Siena. It’s not a level piazza, but slopes like an irregular and shallow bowl, which allows all the rainwater to collect and drain to a central location. ...

          More wine, food and a little history

          A travel blog entry by nickfear on Oct 09, 2010

          10 photos

          ... large churches there are, many dating back as far at the 13th century. I found the San Francisco Basilica, built in the 13th century but largely destroyed in the 16th century. Rebuilt in the 19th in what I would be describe (probably completely inaccurately) as a minimalist style. The attractive cloisters are now the Economics faculty of the University of Siena.

          Then we went to San Gimignano. I've been here before. Attractive as it is, ...