Hotel Ercolini e Savi

  • Tuscany, Italy, Montecatini

  • 4

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The Hotel Ercolini e Savi's right in the centre of Montecatini and a great base for visiting nearby Tuscan towns like Lucca and Pisa or even the Cinque Terre. You're close to the shops and gelaterie, so you'll have the best of Montecatini Terme on your doorstep.

Home away from home

The hotel's got a really fresh look and its modern meets traditional style feels homely. The staff are really friendly and will make you feel welcome and there are social areas around the hotel where you can relax and catch up after a day of sightseeing.

Food & Wine

The hotel's a la carte restaurant La Pecora Nera does fantastic Tuscan food (payable locally) and worth trying out if you want to stray from half-board one evening. They also have a wine list with about 250 different wines on it- this is not one to miss!

Transfer Time: approx. 50 mins by shared transfer from Pisa airport.

Added value

Early booking offer available for summer 24 arrivals (ends 31 Mar 24)

Free night available for Summer 23 & 24 (min 10 night stay)

10% lunchtime discount at the hotels a la carte restaurant La Pecora Nera (only available Sunday lunchtime)

Inghams rep based in resort

Flights and transfers included

Exclusive to Inghams: Join up to two included walks with a professional, local guide (limited availability, pre-booking is essential)

  • No. of rooms: 81
  • No. of buildings: 1
  • No. of floors: 4
  • Official rating: 4

Local Fees and Taxes

A resort tax of €1.40 per person per night is payable locally


Classic Twin Rooms are about 20m² and sleep up to three people (extra bed is a single bed).

Superior Twin Rooms are more spacious at about 25m² and sleep up to three people (extra bed is a single bed). These rooms have tea and coffee making facilities.

All rooms have:

  • Bath or shower
  • Hairdryer
  • Air conditioning
  • TV
  • Minibar
  • Safe


Accessible rooms are available on request, please call to book.

  • Lift accessible: Yes
  • Lift serves all floors: Yes
  • Access ramp: No

Please let us know about any accessibility requirements at the time of booking.


The thermal waters of Montecatini have been a hit with visitors since Roman times, but they really took off in the 20th century, when famous composers and film stars cottoned on to its therapeutic qualities. But, there’s life beyond the baths. A funicular nips up to the heights of medieval Montecatini Alto and footpaths wind through forests and ancient pilgrimage routes. Montecatini is also a great spot for exploring the rest of Northern Tuscany, with public transport networks connecting to Florence, Pisa and the sandy Tuscan coast.

Star-studded spas

Follow in the footsteps of Verdi, Marie Curie, Audrey Hepburn and Versace by taking a dip in the thermal waters of Montecatini. Terme Excelsior is notable for its massages and mud treatments – as well as its extravagant Renaissance-style exterior. And don’t miss having a glug of the drinking waters in the Terme Tettuccio whilst admiring the Romanesque columns, fountains and pools. Alternatively, swap a swig of spa water for a cappuccino or Chianti on the piazza – one of the best places in Montecatini for a leisurely lunch.

Up to Montecatini Alto

A funicular links Montecatini to its medieval older sister, Montecatini Alto. Once a fortress-like town guarded by gated towers and well-armed sentries, it’s now a popular spot for admiring the views across Northern Tuscany – and for having pizza on the pretty piazza. On the return journey, you can swap the funicular for one of the many footpaths that twist and turn along Montecatini Alto’s forested hillside.

Walking the Camino of Tuscany

The path of Saint Jacopo follows the Via Cassia from Florence to Livorno via Montecatini, tracing the routes of pilgrims on their way to the celebrated Camino de Santiago. For something a little less epic, take a 10-minute bus ride to Colle di Buggiano, where walking paths come with classic Tuscan flavours – hilltop towns and trattorias included.

Florence, Pisa, Lucca and the Tuscan Riviera

Fancy exploring further afield? Head to Montecatini railway station, where trains can take you to the Renaissance wonders of Florence, Lucca and Pisa in an hour or less. The Tuscan coast – AKA Tuscan Riviera, if you’re feeling fancy – is also in easy reach by train. Pack a beach bag and aim for the sands of Viareggio, where rows of sun-bleached Art Nouveau buildings hint at its heyday as a 1920s beach resort. The sandy beach is still very popular, with sun loungers spanning into the horizon – and a coastal train line that provides a great escape from the crowds.

Why book a summer holiday in Montecatini with Inghams?

At Inghams, we do walking holidays differently. With no fixed itinerary, you have more time in your destination and the freedom to walk as much or as little as you like, discovering some of Montecatini best walking routes and activities at your own pace.

Plus, we've included two optional guided walks every week in Montecatini. Join a professional mountain guide and really get to know the area (see more details in the ‘walking’ tab below).

With over 85 years of outdoor travel experience, our holiday packages to Montecatini include flights, transfers, and accommodation, so you can relax and leave the small details to us. Our experts can help you choose the best holiday for you, and our team in resort can give you the inside scoop on how to spend your time away with us.


Hotel Facilities:

  • Garden
  • Lounge
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Parking
Family Facilities
  • Babysitting is available (bookable and payable locally)
  • Early meals available
  • Cots & linen

Half board meals are taken in the hotel's dining room. For breakfast you'll get a delicious buffet with loads of choices, from pancakes, home-made tarts and cheese. The breakfast will set you up perfectly for a day walking around the Tuscan hills.

For dinner you'll have a three course meal with a choice for your first and second course. You'll also get a salad and antipasti buffet and a dessert. The food is typical Tuscan with a creative twist, and only uses local and seasonal ingredients. There's even a choice of 250 wines to enjoy with you meal!

La Pecora Nera is the hotels boutique a la carte restaurant (payable locally). The food here's great and while it's not included in half board, you'll get a 10% discount if you want try it out for Sunday lunch.

Sustainability Incentive: guests who don't request their room to be made up will receive a free drinks voucher


Board basis options available

  • Half Board

This property caters for the following special dietary requirements

  • Gluten Free
  • Vegans
  • Vegetarians

Please let us know about any dietary requirements at the time of booking.

  • 50 metres to centre of Montecatini
  • 900 metres to Montecatini Terme train station (12 minute walk)

Reviews of Hotel Ercolini e Savi

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Total price from
per person from £629
Includes £20pp discount
08/05/2024 - 3 nights
3 adults
From London Gatwick
Half Board
Hotel Ercolini e Savi
Tuscany, Montecatini
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