The Hotel Nazionale Volterra is situated in a historic palazzo and was transformed into a hotel way back in 1890

    • in the historical centre of Volterra
    • 40 rooms available (on request with a view and with balcony)
    • Telephone and satellite TV
    • Complimentary Wi-Fi internet access
    • ideal for organised groups
    • buffet breakfast
    • half board and / or full board
    • lift
    • bicycle storage
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The Hotel Naziaonale Volterr is located in the historical centre of the town

Situated in the heart of this beautiful Tuscan town with its enviable central location, staying at the Hotel Nazionale means that you can easily go on foot to discover Volterra, being less than fifty metres from the main square, Piazza dei Priori and from the Etruscan city gate, Porta all’Arco.

The Hotel Nazionale boasts the finest panoramic view from Volterra: where the sloping hills of the Val di Cecina right across to the sea can be admired.
Leaving the car in the very conveniently located public car park just a few metres from the hotel, you will find the Hotel Nazionale. It is a friendly, simple and relaxing hotel that boasts its own restaurant to complete the range of services the hotel offers and that allows you to enjoy the typical Tuscan traditions in all its various shades and forms.
As an ideal destination for groups of friends or organised groups, thanks to its proximity to the bus station, the hotel offers 40 rooms and is open all year round. Thanks to the many events that take place in Volterra, the hotel regularly offers interesting last minute deals, packages and special discounts.

For sport lovers and those who like to travel with their own bikes, the Hotel Nazionale provides complimentary safe parking and motorcyclists have free public spaces directly in front of the hotel.

Breathe the charm of history through the eyes and works of distinguished guests, amongst which we can cite the English writer D.H. Lawrence and the Italian Gabriele D’Annunzio, whose description of Volterra as the “city of wind and boulders” is displayed on a plaque in the hotel entrance.
In 1965, the Hotel Nazionale also hosted the crew of the cinematic masterpiece by Luchino Visconti “Vaghe stelle dell’Orsa” with the unforgettable actors Claudia Cardinale and Jean Sorel.