Welcome to Hotel Manzoni, your Montecatini Terme “home away from home.” Hotel Manzoni aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Close to some of Montecatini Terme's most popular landmarks, such as Monumento ai Caduti (0.1 mi) and Duetto d'Acqua (0.1 mi), Hotel Manzoni is a great destination for tourists.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, a minibar, and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage while staying at Hotel Manzoni. In addition, Hotel Manzoni offers a pool and free breakfast, which will help make your Montecatini Terme trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is paid private parking available on-site.
Montecatini Terme has plenty of seafood restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like FISHING LAB by San Francisco, La Cascina, and La Pecora Nera, which are serving up some great dishes.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Montecatini Alto (1.1 mi), Parco delle Terme di Montecatini (0.3 mi), and Grotta Maona (0.9 mi), which are some popular Montecatini Terme attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
Hotel Manzoni puts the best of Montecatini Terme at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
My husband& I stayed at Manzoni this September. We enjoyed our visit there and the hotel owner Christina was very accommondating and staff ( Ilenia, Elisabetta )were fantastic and night manager(Marco) was such a kind gentleman. Location is excellent close to all attractions in Montecatini. Thank you for everything.
My wife and I have just had a quite delightful week at the Manzoni, in Montecatini Terme. A few areas of the premises may need a touch-up here and there, but what makes it a GOOD hotel is the staff. From reception to the bar, restaurant and chamber staff, they are all there to help. Frederico in the bar was always pleasant & efficient, and the restaurant would not have been the same without Benjamin, who was a sheer delight! Breakfasts were first class, and the dinners generous. I would not hesitate to recommend this hotel to anybody exploring Tuscany.
We booked a package break to see Andrea Bocelli in a live open air concert which was absolutely splendid. We were quartered at the Hotel Manzoni which is well located with easy access to the town centre with its restaurants and shops. It was unfortunate, however, that controlling costs seemed to be their main priority. A threadbare breakfast - coffee/juice from a machine, tinned fruit and no hot food at all. They required a deposit for a towel for the pool and a key to the bedroom safe - which was too small for the ipads. The room was a shoe box and one needed to be a contortionist to get in the shower. No robes or slippers and it was one of the few hotels where you probably wouldn't want to take the shampoos etc. They were most unhelpful regarding check out times and made no attempt to phase them for the differing flight times on the Sunday of departure. All in all it was very disappointing.…
This hotel is mainly used by travel company's for overnight stays which is ok, unfortunately we booked with Newmarket travel and we're stuck there for seven days. The best part of this hotel is the pool area where you can sit in the sun or shade,enjoy the two pools and Jacuzzi. Inside the hotel,the lobby/ bar area is alright and that's all the good points. As you head upstairs the carpets are filthy especially along the corridors. Our room overlooking the pool was basic( not four star) and the hotel has private party's organised around the pool area- with loud music and general rowdiness,so no chance of getting sleep before midnight. Also had a cockroach in our room. Now the restaurant (oh dear!) Breakfast was tolerable if you can fight your way through the coach loads of overnight guests to reach the food. We were based in the bottom part of the restaurant and during one evening meal my wife picked her handbag up and it was covered in ants which roaming all by the interior wall. Evening meal was poor quality stuff and got worse during the week, when they introduced a fixed menu( no choice) So on two nights running the first three courses were sent back,because many of our group didn't like them. Managed to get some fries one night, because we were having nothing to eat. Then just to finish the week off,we were told by a waiter there was a dessert buffet - go and help yourself. When I went up I had just cut a piece of cake when this irate waiter shouted Put it down,Put it down ,Step away,Step away ( the entire restaurant was staring) probably thought I had a shotgun in my hand rather than a piece of cake . Another waiter came running up and after a discussion the irate waiter patted me on the back and said sorry - enjoy. ( No chance) Turned out he thought I was Polish and that food wasn't for them. We are very easy going, but this hotel is bad I would advise anyone to rethink if they are going to book this hotel ( just look at the recent comments - we can't all be wrong.…
We booked a 7 day guided trip to Tuscany through our agent and this hotel was used as our base for the week I always read reviews on trip advisor and was concerned at the negative comments by previous guests. However, sometimes you have to think perhaps other people have stronger views on expectations, standards etc and wanted to give the benefit to our tour operator who after all I felt would not have us staying somewhere they felt unsuitable. Our experience at the hotel was terrible and I regret not having taken previous comments seriously. There is serious concern over the food here. Firstly poor choice offered for breakfast. Food not being kept cool enough in a hot dining room. Milk, cheese and meats all left I refrigerated. Some of our party were given chicken which was raw inside. Uncooked poultry is a health hazard. As it is mostly tinned fruit offered, pears and apples sat out each day. The pears were rotten. Photos here show Also too many cakes on offer. There was a fruit flan that was there for breakfast. I could not believe it was covered in mould. There was a mouldy fur on the fruit. When we brought the food problems to the Head Waiter, his dismissive attitude was shocking. My husband could not believe that the waiter was saying it was not mouldy when it was evidently showing. Unsatisfied with this response, we asked to speak to the Hotel Manager. A similar response was given. In fact she stood and tried to defend that the food offered was of good standard and couldn’t understand our concerns over health worries such as cross contamination and if our party of 19 had of ate the raw chicken, we could have been extremely ill. We reported our concerns to our travel agent and investigations are now ongoing. The operator must have been in touch after we brought this to their attention. Subsequently a few extra items were available. Too little too late. We had no confidence in the food hygiene or dedication to the hotel guests. We had to buy some extra food to supplement breakfast and of the 3 evening meals that were included, we ate out for 2 of those. A dreadful food experience along with health concerns ruined our stay at this hotel. I would not recommend this place to anyone. …