Borgo San Felice is a remarkable hotel, set in a former medieval Chianti Village, it is comprised of picturesque streets, stone homes, all centred around a classic Italian chapel. Some of the architectural features of the buildings have been refurbished in order to offer the highest five star standards. The hotel itself claims to be a luxurious oasis as it is surrounded by almost 350 acres of vineyards and stunning green countryside. Guests can experience the beautiful spa, housed in a renovated old mill or simply unwind by the pool. Whilst those eager to explore can take advantage of the hotel’s rental bicycles and ride through the Tuscan hills.
Hotel child prices apply to ages 2-5 years.
The hotel has 54 rooms.
Early booking discount
Save up to 39% on the hotel price when staying between 15 May - 28 October 2018 booked by 15 May 2018.
Bars and Restaurants
Osteria Del Grigio
A casual restaurant with an outdoor terrace serving salads, soups and other simple traditional dishes as well as fine cuts of Tuscan meats.
Guests on half board will dine at the Osteria Del Grigio restaurant and enjoy a 3 course menu in the evenings.
A warm and welcoming restaurant using local produce to create innovative Tuscan cuisine.
Beach and Pools
The hotel has an outdoor swimming pool.
Spa and Wellness
Relax at the wellness centre, offering a range of treatments, sauna and a Turkish bath, as well as a fitness centre.
Activities and Entertainment
Apart from the fitness centre, the hotel also offers 2 tennis courts and bocce court.
About the Location
Castelnuovo Berardenga is a town and comune that settles among the Chianti vineyards just east of Siena.
The main town is a 16th-century settlement dressed in sunset shades. Expect amber hotels, blush-pink houses and a golden church, all topped off with typically Tuscan terracotta roofs. The restaurants are Tuscan down to their bones, too. Homely trattorie, a pizzeria-topped square and wine bars pouring local Chianti are all for the taking.
Castelnuovo Berardenga marks the very southern edge of the Chianti region. From here, the award-winning wineries of Montepulciano and Arrezzo are also in easy driving distance. Siena – a medieval work of art – is just a half-hour drive over the horizon, too. Prefer two wheels? The restful rural tracks leading out of Castelnuovo Berardenga are made for cycling. Hire a bike and trace the backroads to the ancient neighbouring hamlet of Pacina.
2 hours 5 minutes from Pisa airport
Car hire is recommended for this hotel.
Max 2 adults
Elegantly decorated guestrooms with twin or double beds.
Max 2 adults
Elegant and comfortable.
Prestige Junior Suite
Max 3 adults
Warm and bright rooms with a cozy sitting area.
Max 3 adults, 1 child
Spacious suites featuring a living room and a bedroom.
Suite Loggia or Legnaia
Max 3 adults, 1 child
A two bedroom suite with a living room and large private terrace with views over the Tuscan hills.
Based on 505 traveller reviews
90% of travellers recommended this hotel
What to expect
“ Exceptional property and experience
SinghRakesh, Bengaluru, India
Jun 22 2018
Visited with my parents and family in June this year. This was our first visit to Tuscany and this was a remarkable experience. Very friendly and custom service. The staff always knows who you are...
Visited with my parents and family in June this year. This was our first visit to Tuscany and this was a remarkable experience. Very friendly and custom service. The staff always knows who you are. You are never asked to sign off for anything.
Small things like hot water kettle in the room are immediately provided.
The Michelin Star restaurant was an amazing experience.
It's located on top of a hill, surrounded only by serenity and grape plantations, olive and oak trees.
Definitely pricey, but worth the experience.
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“ Best place we have stayed in Italy. Our favorite
Ethan G, Scottsdale, Arizona
Jun 12 2018
Wow. So relaxing. Lovely. Romantic. Close to all of the Tuscany wine regions. Stunning views of the wine orchards. Great restaurants. Rooms well appointed and always clean. Best chocolate croissant's...
Wow. So relaxing. Lovely. Romantic. Close to all of the Tuscany wine regions. Stunning views of the wine orchards. Great restaurants. Rooms well appointed and always clean. Best chocolate croissant's we have ever had and they are baked fresh every AM. Staff is beyond reproach. Restaurant staff was also extremely professional and friendly. Toured the winery with the wine maker and tasted some of the best and reasonable priced Italian wines we have had. Being a wine snob from Washington state and a collector we didn't realize that anybody made such great Chianti's. We had long since written them off. We had the ship 10 cases of four of their wines(Super Tuscan's as well) back to Arizona. They make their own chocolates as well. So to sum it up...sitting around the pool in the afternoon sun, eating great salads, sandwiches, crispy fries, with a bottle of Chianti and chocolate.... smoking a fine cigar. For us this place is a little bit of heaven...with the hustle and bustle.
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