Borgo Tre Rose

Address: Via Dei Palazzi 5, Montepulciano, Tuscany, 53045, Italy | 3 star spa
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This 3 star spa, located on Via Dei Palazzi 5, Montepulciano, is near Avignonesi Winery.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Outdoor pool
          • Bar/lounge


          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Room service
          • Business Services
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TripAdvisor Reviews Borgo Tre Rose Montepulciano

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Montepulciano

          And they're off......

          A travel blog entry by domergio on Nov 09, 2015

          4 comments, 14 photos

          ... Duomo (remember that it is the Cathedral Church) is Santa Maria Assunta. Also built in the 1300's the church like many others has an impressive interior. The styles in this church includes Romanesque, Byzantine, Gothic, Baroque. It is overwhelming to be in this church and my photos do not do it justice. One of the things that made this church different was that the flooring contains 56 etched and inlaid marble panels. It is covered with carpeting for most of the year and is ...

          Festivas, Friends and Food ......

          A travel blog entry by rnnladolcevita on Oct 05, 2015

          7 comments, 95 photos

          ... to their home. Amazing !!
          It was a privelige to see their home and fascinating to listen to stories of their ancestors.
          The church also has a statue of Jesus on its outside wall. Known as The Black Jesus by locals, as it has been dipped in tar. In days gone by the church priest noticed the wooden statue was rotting, so he soaked it in tar , much to the horror of the catholic hierarchy, but it's still there intact now. Such depth of history and ...

          Tuscany - Part 1

          A travel blog entry by rjsands on May 04, 2015

          19 photos

          ... be grown locally. There many are many wine bars, called enotecas, throughout town and you can get into a lively discussion as to which of the 72 wineries makes the best Vino Nobile. If you really want a lively discourse (or maybe a fight), just suggest that the Brunello wine from nearby Montalcino might be better. We spent four special days in this place and felt privileged to do so. More on our adventures in my next blog. ...

          Wrong Way

          A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Jan 08, 2014

          37 photos

          ... another hilltop town, in case you're curious) is that one should never trust signs in Italy. Ambling along the old medieval streets, following the signs that indicated we were on the wine route, we came across several wine shops that advertised (free) wine tastings on sandwich boards. However, none of them were open. One place did have their door open and upon entering, a little bell chimed announcing our presence. Two doors at the back of the ...


          A travel blog entry by perri on Sep 16, 2013

          18 photos

          ... is usually framed by the arch of a building or and entrance down a pathway. It is incredibly peaceful with quite a few tourists during the day and by about 5pm it seems quite deserted. There is a few little bars open but most of the restaurants don’t reopen after their siesta’s until 7.30 and therefore the only noise I have heard is the laughter of others having dinner at a nearby restaurant. ...