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Piscina Val di Sole

Bagno Vignoni, Italy
+39 0577 887112
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Change of ownership - same baths for almost 100% more money!

I really loved coming to these baths pre-2017. The atmosphere and management was relaxed and the... read more

Reviewed 21 April 2017
Connect5
,
London
We really like that romantic historic excellent place

We are now 29'years guests in the hotel and of course in the piscini,the bagno turco... and the... read more

Reviewed 30 September 2016
ratpackvienna
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Vienna
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Overview
  • Excellent36%
  • Very good33%
  • Average17%
  • Poor10%
  • Terrible3%
20 Apr 2017
“Change of ownership - same baths for almost 100% more money!”
30 Sep 2016
“We really like that romantic historic excellent place”
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Bagno Vignoni, Italy
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+39 0577 887112
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Reviewed 21 April 2017

I really loved coming to these baths pre-2017. The atmosphere and management was relaxed and the prices were fair. So I was very disappointed to be greeted by a snobby, cold reception by the people at the front desk a few days after the baths...More

1  Thank Connect5
Posta M, Direttore at Piscina Val di Sole, responded to this review

Good Morning! We are very sorry for the lack on friendliness, it should not happen; a smile is fundamental in what is for us the “culture of hospitality”. You might have noticed different improvements, not only the new grass put down. Now the guests have...More

Reviewed 30 September 2016

We are now 29'years guests in the hotel and of course in the piscini,the bagno turco... and the spa (good quality massages for example) but the really exciting spot is every year the piscina with the 2 pool and the cascade. Some 10 years ago...More

Thank ratpackvienna
Reviewed 27 May 2016

I can't tell you the prices or anything else since we were staying at the hotel and thoroughly enjoyed the use of the spring fed pools as well as the saunas and pool inside which i believe is just for the use of the hotel...More

Thank mooresy2
Reviewed 19 May 2016 via mobile

After a stroll around the delightful village it was wonderful to spend the afternoon at this pool. All day ticket 18 Euros afternoon ticket from 2pm is 13. 2 Euros for the compulsory cap but some people were using plastic shower caps! Note the pool...More

Thank Alastair99
Reviewed 16 October 2015

For a relaxing afternoon, spend the 10 euros or so and enjoy the warm Bagno Vignoni waters. Remember to bring a bathing cap or pay another 2 euros for purchase one. The pool area is complimented by the surrounding countryside which can lull you into...More

Thank Signature260
Reviewed 10 September 2015

Pool is clean but not pristine. Sauna, etc is nice but doesn't open until the afternoon. This wellness area could be cleaned more often. The view from the pool is spectacular and I felt lucky to have access to such a place. Beautiful grassy area...More

1  Thank firenze5
Reviewed 3 March 2015

Good to relax. Had to pay arround 10 euros to swim. It diferent from other swimpools i've been... i could say i wouldn't go there again. Just not worth the effort.

Thank Marco Antônio T
Reviewed 10 November 2014

Bagno Vignoni is a beautiful ancient setting and Piscina Val di Sole is well worth visiting. With two large open-air pools, there is space to relax. The first pool is fed by two falls of hot thermal water, and is between 35-38 degrees C. The...More

5  Thank StrollingFootsteps
Reviewed 13 October 2014

You do not have to be guests of Hotel Posta Marcucci to enjoy a day at the hotel's naturally warmed (even hot!) thermal pools. The hotel sells day admissions to the thermal pools (€15). On our visit on a Sunday, at least 90% of the...More

3  Thank Ron G
Reviewed 28 May 2014

Although not as opulent as Negumbo on Ischia the two hot pools that this venue has to offer are lovely. ,ale sure you take a hat. The food isn't up to much do I would suggest a trip into the local town for a pizza...More

1  Thank Nataliano
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About the "robe / cover" -- I have seen lots of Italians use these at public swimming pools, but I've never heard of them being required. Is this requirement so as not to pass through more elegant or formal surroundings in perhaps skimpy swimwear? If I were wearing a hooded long rain coat, would I be permitted to access the pool? A three pound / 1.5 kg terry robe is not something I want to drag all over Italy for a month to wear once…
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Michele P
se è raggiungibile in moto , se è aperta domenica 23 aprile il sosto
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Michele P
i prezzi e se è aperta la domenica 23 aprile e se è raggiungibile in moto
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Response from stefanout | Reviewed this property |
I prezzi accettabili ma non ricordo i dettagli. In moto sicuramente. Per l'apertura conviene chiamare
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