Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco—the 5,000-acre country estate located in UNESCO-protected park, the Val d’Orcia—will be reopening on June 2 including a brand new renovation of the Osteria La Canonica restaurant, as well as the launch of 19 new private suites later this summer. When completed, Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco will have a total of 42 suites, alongside the 11 villas and farmhouses.

Summer Property Expansion and New Suites Design
The 19 new suites will be located within a new complex, an extension of Il Borgo and will have access to a heated infinity semi-Olympic lap pool with panoramic views over Montalcino hill-top town and Val d’Orcia. Garden Suites will also boast a private garden with an exclusive entrance.

All new suites will be one bedroom, with some connecting for a 3-bedroom suite option. Other features include wrought iron and walnut wood canopy beds, entrance floors in burgundy stone, ceilings varying from attic beams and rafters to salvaged tiles, Tuscan terracotta, ceramic mosaics, and bathrooms in walnut and cream travertine from nearby Rapolano Terme. Each suite will also include a leather minibar lined with wood and alcantara, and equipped with glassware and tea set drawers, cocktail ingredients, and fine wines.

Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco co-founder Chiara Ferragam says, “The vision behind the creation of the new suites is one that has always distinguished Castiglion del Bosco: in this pristine estate with timeless charm, guests find that sense of home that we Italians know how to create. Warmth, hospitality and comfort blend with elegance and excellence through the unmistakable work and wisdom of local artisans and restorers. Our suites and villas all reflect these qualities and our guests will always carry with them the indelible memory of how we Italians know how to live in that perfect harmony between simplicity, taste and refinement.“

Restaurant Renovation
The resort is unveiling an extensive renovation of its restaurant Osteria La Canonica, including a larger, newly equipped kitchen and new breakfast concept offering all-day, indoor or alfresco dining. The restaurant will feature authentic Tuscan cuisine by Executive Chef Matteo Temperini—known for his previously earned Michelin stars and passion for locally-sourced ingredients—fresh produce from the hotel’s organic garden, and wine offerings from the on-site vineyards. Wine tours and tastings are also available at Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco, including The Vertical Tasting—a private experience where guests can learn about winemaking by visiting the cellars and pairing six of the winery’s finest vintages of their Brunello di Montalcino.

Private Villas Offering & Wellness Program
In addition to the suite offering, the property’s 11 luxury villas feature fully equipped kitchens, heated infinity pools, terraces and gardens with views of the landscape.

Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco is also launching its new Journey to Resilience program this spring. Rosewood Group’s holistic wellness retreat program offers guests a range of resources to reconnect with themselves and the nature around them ranging from forest bathing and holistic spa treatments to yoga, naturopathy, and seasonal cooking classes.

Truly Tuscan Experiences
Guests can also take part in local traditions and authentic experiences such as truffle hunting and Val d’Orcia nature walking tours, the hotel also offers a culinary school and spa, plus a winery and an 18-hole private members’ golf club complete the estate offerings.

Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco villa rates start from $4,652.53 per night and suites from $834 per night.

For more information, please visit rosewoodhotels.com.

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