Hotels in Tuscany

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Each of the five guestrooms at this genteel, newly opened Florentine property is individually designed in chic, modern-elegant style. The location,... Read More

Relax in one of Tuscany's thermal baths at this Bagno Vignori spa complete with an updated image, sleek rooms, and amenities. Read More

This beautiful renovated guesthouse (which dates back to 1700) is set just a few hundred meters from the historic center of Lucca. The rooms all have... Read More

Conveniently located between Florence and Pisa in the perfectly preserved city of Lucca, this recently renovated, bed and breakfast is located a few... Read More

An intimate 19-room hotel with a private art collection. Read More

A beautifully renovated farmhouse two hours from Rome. When we arrived late at night, the chef was still up, and he fixed us the first of many delicious... Read More

A large Tuscan house transformed, B&B Carla makes a wonderful home away from home in downtown Pisa. The rooms are all named after Puccini operas ... Read More

Kick your cooking skills up a notch at Tuscany’s “wine resort” Badia a Coltibuono, which means “abbey of the good harvest.&rdquo... Read More

Lemon-scented gardens and a facade attributed to Michelangelo at a 15th-century hilltop Renaissance villa. Read More

The hotel is located in an 800-year-old village. Book all 22 bedrooms of the exquisite manor house or stay in one of the smaller villas around its... Read More

Antiques and hand-painted murals accent the 7 unique rooms at this retreat, originally built in the early 13th century. The produce from its extensive... Read More

In the hills south of Montalcino, the 14 rooms and suites at Castello Banfi Il Borgo are Nussbaum's new standard for understated, authentic Tuscan... Read More

Set in a centuries-old hilltop stone castle, surrounded by the rolling hills and grapevines of Montalcino, this onetime nobleman’s estate lets you live... Read More

More than 700 acres of rolling hills, olive groves, and grape vines surround Castello del Nero, a Tuscan castle just outside of Tavarnelle Val di Pesa,... Read More

A cypress-lined road leads to the main building of this rolling 4,200-acre Tuscan estate, a restored castle that dates back to the 10th century. Now... Read More

At the 12th-century Castello di Vicarello, hotelier and cookbook author Aurora Baccheschi Berti focuses on the rustic cuisine of Maremma, on Tuscany... Read More

This Florence-based agency has a roster of 100 Tuscan villas. Well-connected owner Veronica Ficcarelli goes out of her way to book drivers, chefs, and... Read More

With more than 500 listings, the Milan-based agency has a formidable presence in Greece, Italy, and Switzerland. Most villas have live-in managers to... Read More

This beautiful country lodge set in the hills of Siena has beautiful views overlooking the walled city. The rooms have exposed-beam ceilings, and are... Read More

If you’re looking for an up-close look at history in the Renaissance city of Siena, there’s no better place to lay your head than at this... Read More

In Italy’s most romantic city —after Venice of course— is a palace that is two centuries newer than Brunelleschi’s Florentine masterpiece. This... Read More

If Tuscan wines aren’t quite enough to cure what ails you, the healing waters at this this sprawling spa resort, set in Bagno Vignoni outside Siena, may... Read More

Hotel Bologna, a four star (out of five stars in Italy) hotel with amazing value, is situated in the center of Pisa. It is one of the city’s understated... Read More

My all-time favorite hotel in Florence is this property in the historic heart of the city. The property, surrounded by 1,500-year-old Byzantine walls on... Read More

Set in the heart of Florence, within easy strolling distance of the Uffizi Gallery and Palazzo Vecchio, this hotel has several different configurations... Read More

The family-run Hotel David offers remodeled, spacious, and comfortable rooms (complete with typical Florentine antique furnishings) and is located... Read More

This expansive hotel is set about 20 minutes’ walk from the center of Siena, surrounded by beautiful grounds that include a tennis court and a swimming... Read More

Situated right inside the medieval walled city of Lucca, this boutique hotel—set in a building that once housed stables for the 16th-century Villa... Read More

If you want to be in the dead center of the action, this is the place for you. Hotel Perseo offers rooms with views of the main cathedral—it’s literally... Read More

A converted eighteenth-century villa, Hotel Santa Caterina is a home away from home in the heart of Siena’s central plaza. The rooms and public spaces... Read More

This property was once owned by Castruccio Castracani (the Luccan general said to have been the model for Machiavelli's ideal prince). After walking the... Read More

A short walk from the village center of San Gimignano—one of Tuscany’s prettiest medieval hill towns—this homey B&B provides both a warm welcome and... Read 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... Read More

Wine tastings, a 2,500-square-foot spa, and tours of nearby towns are just a few of the reasons to visit this restored-villa estate, located on a 25... Read More

Down a narrow, winding road on the promontory’s southeastern tip stands the cliffside Il Pellicano Hotel, a sheltered hideaway that attracts a... Read More

Truly legendary, having hosted the likes of Jackie Onassis, Il Pellicano boasts one of the most spectacular locations on the Mediterranean Sea. A few... Read More

In the 14th century, the noble Florentine Salviati family built a sumptuous country villa on Florence's northeastern outskirts. In 2010, after two years... Read More

This is in a dream location—the now all-pedestrian and flower-strewn Piazza Santa Maria Novella, right across from the magnificent church whose interior... Read More

You can admire a view of Monte Amiata from the minimalist terrace at this B&B, opened last May by John Voigtmann, an erstwhile Manhattan music... Read More

This is the ultimate two-fer offering nine rooms in a hilltop villa in utter isolation, and just a few miles away, eleven rooms in a converted monastery... Read More

“Spend an afternoon at the private gardens of the sprawling La Foce estate, with magnificent views of the Val d’Orcia.” &mdash... Read More

A 14th-century palazzo, has the most magnificent views of the countryside. Read More

This Tuscan stone hideaway can sleep up to 12 in cozy interiors complete with beamed ceilings, antique furniture, and oil paintings. The property is... Read More

Quiet inn minutes from central Lucca. Read More

Bed-and-breakfast in a 14th-century villa. Read More

Perhaps the most romantic of all in Tuscany even the name of it—Castiglioncello del Trinoro—sounds like a dream. Imagine an ancient stone hamlet ... Read More

In a world of its own. You literally and uniquely insert yourself into the life of the living twelfth-century stone hamlet of Castiglioncello del... Read More

The ancient Romans took to the thermal waters here, at Tuscany's mineral-rich Terme di Petriolo, not far from Siena, and today it's the cornerstone of a... Read More

A favorite of Russian oligarchs (who certainly know their luxury), the seaside town of Forte dei Marmi occupies a prime spot on the Tuscan Riviera. This... Read More

A 15-room estate with canopy beds, stone fireplaces, and pasta-making classes. Read More

On the grounds of the 800-year-old estate you'll find Etruscan ruins dating to 600 B.C., a 12th-century fortress, a Gothic chapel, and an amazing... Read More

This modern hotel, set close to the Arno River in the Cisanello area of Pisa, has accommodations that work especially well for families. Suites have... Read More

Call it a kind of pastoral demonstration project: parts of the property are used to raise endangered breeds of livestock, while others yield sustainably... Read More

The biggest draw is, naturally, the thermal pool—the temperature reaches a sweltering 100 degrees (don’t be put off by the egg-scented air,... Read More

The St. Regis Hotel on the shore of the Arno River, was originally a family palace designed by Filippo Bruneschelli, the celebrated Renaissance... Read More

If you want to treat your family to a truly elegant Tuscan experience, this spectacular, historic villa set just outside Florence in Bellosguardo (once... Read More

The Argentario Peninsula of Tuscany is one of the Italy’s best-hidden secrets. Almost intact (by an ingenious law) with dramatic bluffs, crystal clear... Read More

In 2002, transplanted Scottish restaurateurs David and Catherine Gardner discovered a ruin in Chianti and turned it into the wisteria-covered Villa... Read More

This peaceful villa high on a hill, in the heart of Chianti, is a luxurious romantic home-away-from-home while you explore the castle and villa-filled... Read More

Set on a peninsula fronting Lake Bilancino, this villa occupies 44 private wooded acres in the Mugello hills. Abandoned by its noble family in 1963,... Read More

A Renaissance country villa set in the hills of the Mugello near Florence, Villa Le Maschere is a classically elegant resort situated close to Bilancino... Read 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... Read More

Agency: The Best In ItalyCountess Simonetta Brandolini d'Adda often stays in one of her company's 80 villas—mostly around Tuscany and Lake Como... Read 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.... Read More

Originally founded by Leonardo Ferragamo in 1986 as “Windows on Tuscany”, now with over 25 years experience Windows on Italy continues to... Read More

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