6 Top Magical Hotel In Tuscany

Looking for the best accommodation in Tuscany? Yes, you are on the right page. Tripboba will lead you to several top magical hotels in Tuscany which offer incredible amenities and fantastic views! Scroll this article down to find the result.

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1. Belmond Castello di Casole

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Talk about an entrance: a path flanked by cypress trees drives visitors to this tenth-century castle turned boutique Tuscany hotel, whose setting on 4,200m rolling acres of Tuscany countryside with amazing sweeping views from each of its 42 rooms.

Many are housed in separate stone farmhouses, which highlight unique artistic paintings and unique ceilings. Besides, there is an incredible pool which can refresh yourself with a treatment in the wine basement turned spa before a healthy dinner of Tuscan classics-potato and Tuscan cabbage ravioli including with aged Stracchino cheese and partridge ragout; fillet of hamburger Tosca with foie gras and dark truffle—and regional wines at restaurant Tosca.

2. Hotel Il Castelfalfi

It offers around 2,700-estate once owned by the Medici family just like its own town. Besides, it complete with a grip of stone farmhouses for rent and a five-star resort with rooms overlooking the valley, a 27-hole golf course (Tuscany’s biggest), a café so great it could convince you to never need to leave the grounds, Moreover, there is around 11,000-square-foot spa with its own bio-sauna, hammam, and salt and ice cavern.

3. La Bandita Townhouse

Some parts of The English Patient were shot in Pienza, a charming hilltop rebuilt by Pope Pius II to be a utopian Renaissance town during the fifteenth century. Besides, built around the same time, this former convent is currently a stylist boutique that marries old and new—think uncovered stone walls, mod orange desks, and custom platform beds.

Spend your time in the guest-only library and bar, which has mixed drink hours and highlights a collection of vintage vinyl records that guests can take turning on the turn spinning, before jumping into seasonal dishes on the restaurant’s patio.

4. Castello di Velona

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In the fifteenth century, an honorable family bought and redesigned this former military fortification into their own home completed with frescoes and luxury art and furniture. Along with the original watchtower, there’s also the main loggia (built during the Renaissance) that houses 46 visitor rooms—a blend of old “Castle” suites (vaulted oak-pillar roofs, terracotta tile floors, decorative fireplaces) and newer “sunset” suites, which overlook the Val d’Orcia. In addition, it features a hot spring spa including two minerals water-fed pools, a Turkish bath and sauna, and many more.

5. Borgo Egnazia

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Overlooking the Adriatic, Borgo Egnazia’s 45-acre fig and olive woods estate on the hills of Itria Valley is the meaning of romance. It was Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel got married here in 2012.

Besides, it’s a great complex of white buildings (traditional for Puglia) built from local tufa stone, calming pools, unique villas, including private terraces, Mediterranean gardens, and even a spa with its own Roman showers. Moreover, if you are hungry, none of the restaurants baffles either, from the tied down La Frasca and Due Camini (both with Michelin stars) to the more laidback Da Frisella.

6. Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco

Rosewood took over this working Tuscan wine estate which is owned by the Ferragamo family and transformed it into one of the most beautiful hotels in Tuscany. Besides, you will find (between different distraction) 34 luxurious rooms and villas decked out with four-poster beds and antiques, an incredible pool, a cooking school where you can learn how to make new pasta or pizza, a Gothic chapel, an 18-hole golf course, and Etruscan ruins going back to 600 B.C.

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