Tuscany is an area where it is worth travelling to see its landscapes, its people… moreover if you can stay at a hotel like this one, what more could you want? The hotel in question is in a beautiful Italian town with a medieval air called Castiglioncello del Trinoro, in the province of Siena.

Main floor

Main floor

The hotel, owned by the American lawyer Michael Cioffi and renovated by designer Ilaria Miani, has three buildings housing only ten rooms and several villages full of taste which combine perfectly modernity and tradition, inviting to the most absolute peace and relax.

Spectacular decoration

Spectacular decoration

During the renovation process, they have wisely preserved the traditional architectural elements which bring taste to the hotel, such as wooden beams or stone from the original medieval walls of certain rooms, giving the whole a tremendous brightness and a pleasant sensation of comfort.

Bathroom

Bathroom

In addition, each of the rooms, besides being impressive per se and housing contemporary artworks from handcrafted furniture, has a distinguishing feature that makes it more special if possible. One of them has a lovely copper tub dating from the eighteenth century, another a beautiful fireplace, other one a private garden… and so on one after another.

Rooms

Rooms

We consider the bathrooms particularly charming. They are open to the room, and have gems like sinks carved in stone in a single piece, Italian marble floors… all designed for its guests to relax during their stay in this authentic paradise on Earth.

The sink

The sink

Along with the rooms, the resort also has some villas for families or to accommodate several people with very nice decoration, although perhaps with a more modern and not so rustic touch as it can be enjoyed in the other rooms of the hotel.

Villa

Villa

To sum up, we could not forget to mention the fantastic terraces in the hotel, with those incredible views over Tuscany. Can you imagine yourself having breakfast in one of those tables in a pleasant morning at the end of June, or celebrating a wedding in these gardens with pergola that can be seen there down?

Dreamy gardens

Dreamy gardens

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