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Last Christmas I received a coffee table book on beautiful Tuscan towns. I selected Mannaioni as one of the towns I would visit during my recent two week stay. I searched Trip Advisor to see if anyone had stayed in the town. One of the...More
We recently stayed for a weekend in the Palazzo Mannaioni which we booked through Voyage Prive.
Firstly I should state that Montaione is a small 16th Century town on a hill which overlooks the amazing Tuscan surroundings. The views really are amazing but car hire...More
Stayed 5 nights, surrounding town small and friendly, incredible views, a few good restaurants. We used train and bus services which are limited and taxi are expensive and must be prebooked. Enjoyed/ local hikes. Good location for driving tours. A few wineries nearby. Hotel pool...More
All English speaking persons and young couples - despite your language will be put in the new/modern part of the hotel separated across the road. Referred to as the "Americans". The main hotel is reserved for the Germans predominately and Euro travelers.
Rooms are clean,...More
We stayed 4 nights at UNA Palazzo Mannaioni. The room was very comfortable and the bathroom quite large. My only complaint was the inadequate a/c. The 1st night in the room was quite hot. Because the a/c goes off when a window in opened, it...More