Medieval Village in Tuscany Offers Boutique Hotel Experience

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(Photo courtesy of Monteverdi hotel.)
(Photo courtesy of Monteverdi hotel.)

Set on a hilltop in a medieval village in Tuscany, the new Monteverdi hotel, which opened in August, is launching its restaurant in June.

The hotel, located between Rome and Florence, spans three buildings offering seven rooms and suites, as well as 2-, 3- and 6-bedroom villas. In addition, the hotel offers a cafe, infinity pool and now a restaurant in the 12th-century village. Guests at the hotel have access to a fitness center, 24/7 concierge, in-room spa treatments, private vineyard tours and a private chef upon request.

Guests can dine on the verandah overlooking the Val d’Orcia at the new restaurant, which features local ingredients, from the tomatoes to the lamb. The hotel can also arrange private cooking lessons in the villa accommodations or excursions with the chef to the local farms and markets.

Rates start at $7,225 per week, including breakfast. For more information, visit