The Experience

Fonteverde Natural Spa Resort

An aristocratic 17th-century de’ Medici residence set around a portico built under Gran Duke Ferdinando I. Amid precious hot springs, this delightful resort comprises 65 rooms, 6 junior suites and 7 suites with terraces overlooking the superb Tuscan countryside. The atmosphere is reminiscent of a Tuscan villa in former times, with quality furnishings and detailed decoration. Enjoy the natural beauty of the surrounding Val d’Orcia valley and admire the rolling hills and scenic setting punctuated by olive groves, vineyards and streams. The hotel’s natural spa is a multi-functional complex with the most up-to-date thermal treatments, unique spa pools, a holistic centre and beauty centre. Signature treatments include ayurvedic disciplines, shintai, kristal reiki and harmony therapy.

Offering wonderful views of the surrounding valley, the Restaurant Ferdinando I serves an assortment of refined Italian cuisine and a selection of calorie-controlled dishes. New 2005 – the La corte grill restaurant with traditional dishes of the Tuscan countryside.

Each day, live music can be enjoyed while sipping a cool drink in the pianobar or the terrace bar.

Additional facilities include three well-equipped meeting rooms and an intimate 11th Century chapel built on the ruins of an ancient pagan temple dedicated to Igea, the goddess of health.  The chapel is available for stylish social or business gatherings. At the hotel’s spa center, medical consultations can be booked to assess the guest’s general state of health following the principles of traditional Chinese medicine.

Outdoor activities include mountain biking, walking tours, horse riding and golf. The impressive archeological sites of Sovana and Chiusi are just a short drive from the hotel, and guided tours are available if pre-booked. Guests can also enjoy wine tastings in Montalcino, cooking lessons, sightseeing in Perugia and Assisi or outlets’ shopping.

Step back in time to the romantic 17th century at Fonteverde Tuscan Resort & Spa, tucked amidst the Siena Hills. The resort was built by the Medici family and was long centered on the precious hot springs, known for their therapeutic properties. Today’s guests still benefit from these springs, as well as from seven thermal pools and a holistic and medical center. This is Tuscany, so take time for wine tasting and dining in prestigious Montalcino wineries; sampling olive oil, pecorino cheese and truffles in nearby farmhouses; sightseeing in Perugia, Siena and Montepulciano by Ferrari or vintage car; and taking cooking classes and shopping.
The resort boasts what just may be the most beautiful views from any outdoor mineral pool on earth.Distance from Rome Airport (FCO): 100 mi/160 km Guests Receive:

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
  • Daily Buffet breakfast, for up to two in room guests
  • A complimentary lunch with a bottle of wine
    • for up to two people per room, once during stay, excluding other alcohol, taxes and gratuities
  • Early check-in/late check-out
    • subject to availability
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