The hotel is at the end of a quiet cul the sac. Tourist class hotel, the seventies look is caused by the fact that not much has been done to upgrade or renovate since the seventies. The TV's are small CVRT tv's (in my room anyway) that have an anti-theft cable attatching them to the room, a rather weird idea since it is impossible to give these things away and in most places in Europe you have to pay money to get rid of them. The people are friendly enough and the place is nice and clean but they could do with a torough renovation.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hotel Posta in the heart of the Tuscan hills, in a panoramic position, in the green of the beautiful park. Conditioned spacious rooms (up to 160 seats), structured for conferences, gatherings and meetings. Playground and children's entertainment, hiking trails in the park and in the forest. Stunning pool, sundeck, gazebo, summer bar and dancing. 66 rooms (133 beds), all large and well-appointed, air-conditioning, telephone, TV, hairdryer, safe, all with terrace or balcony. Hotel Posta through their management system for quality is committed to pursuing a policy that is at the center of its activities customer satisfaction. The customer takes center stage, thinking it important supply services or products that meet their needs and create high satisfaction. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Candlewood Suites Chianciano Terme