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Tuscany Borgo Hopping

Check out these atmospheric new "village hotels."
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Rating: 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Easy
Duration: Multiple days
Family Friendly

Overview :  Today, a new generation of hotels has arrived in the region, just in time to keep the experience fresh. One of them is part of the... more »

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This 50-room boutique hotel, designed by Alain Mertens (interior designer to Madonna and Sting), is another reinvention of the classic Tuscan villa. The 12th-century former nobleman’s residence on 990 hilly acres finds Philippe Starck Ghost chairs set beneath family crests and frescoes, and ancient stone-framed windows hung with bold curtains.... More

In Montalcino, relax by the pool at Castello Banfi’s 14-room hotel in a 19th-century building restored to gorgeous effect by American Cristina Mariani-May, a co-CEO of the family winery. Enjoy the view from this hilltop hamlet nestled in Tuscany’s winery-filled Brunello region. The hotel offers weekend culinary classes taught by chef Heinz Beck,... More

In 2002, transplanted Scottish restaurateurs David and Catherine Gardner discovered a ruin in Chianti and turned it into the wisteria-covered Villa Bordoni. The first-time hoteliers hired local interior designer Riccardo Barthel, who juxtaposed wood-paneled ceilings and antique bathroom tiles with witty touches like straw curtain tassels and a... More

This turreted villa has Art Nouveau touches and views of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Situated in the town of Castagneto Carducci, in Alta Maremma it holds a pitch-perfect mix of antique furnishings and neo-Baroque accents such as beaded lamps enlivens the seven fashionable rooms. Book one of the second-floor bedrooms which are slightly larger and overlook... More

This hotel is for people who have been to Florence before and want to get to know the Chianti wine district outside it without sacrificing easy access to the city. Seven and a half miles separate Villa Mangiacane and the Tuscan capital, a distance the hotel invites guests to cover in a free shuttle. You can shoot down to Florence in the late... More

Close to the wine-producing village of Montepulciano, this 18th-century house is fresh from an eight-year restoration of its antiques-filled rooms. Outside, there’s a 1930’s swimming pool with Neoclassical fountains.

Address:
7 Via di Poggiano
Montepulciano
Italy

Phone:
39-0578-758-292