Palazzo San Donato: historic residence in Montepulciano
the Palace was born in the Renaissance period from the renovation of two tower houses that arose with the birth of Montepulciano. At the beginning of the 18th century the property was owned by Orsola Contucci who brought her as a dowry to her wedding. The palace has the great merit of having maintained the original internal distribution as well as all types of finishes and the original furnishings of the nineteenth century. From the windows you have a splendid view of Piazza Grande on one side and on the opposite side of the Val D'Orcia.
Located in Montepulciano, Palazzo San Donato occupies a historic building from the Renaissance period, offers rooms with antique furniture and free WiFi, along with views of the Val d'Orcia and the town.
Inside the rooms guests will have a flat-screen TV, tea-making facilities, a mini-bar, a private bathroom with a hairdryer and complimentary toiletries. In addition, the suites feature 17th-century frescoes. Staying in the Palazzo will allow you to live the unforgettable experience of being in historic environments full of charm; environments where time has stood still and where you will discover the pleasure of a lifestyle of the past.
During your stay, on request, you can participate in guided tours. Inside the building there is also a common lounge where you can prepare meals or have a coffee.
The Palazzo is an excellent choice for those who want to take a tour of Tuscany and the Val d'Orcia. The location is also strategic for those who plan to reach Rome and the rest of central Italy: it is 2 hours by car from the Leonardo da Vinci International Airport of Rome-Fiumicino.