Location: San Casciano dei Bagni
Fonteverde is a palace born from a Renaissance-era portico, right on a mineral spring. The portico, commissioned by Grand Duke Ferdinando I de’ Medici, lies in the heart of the Val d’Orcia, amid rolling hills, cypress woods and small churches. The spectacular panoramic pools as well as the ones used for treatments and relaxation are filled with the natural heat of the thermal springs.
Room Guests and Suites:
Fonteverde’s rooms have been totally renovated, enhancing their charm and elegance while maintaining the refined Renaissance taste. Today they descrive in every detail Tuscan art, the nature of the park its history.
Rooms are divided into: Classic Rooms, Superior Rooms, Superior Valley View, Superior Valley View Balcony, Deluxe Valley View and Deluxe Valley View Balcony.
The Valley View Junior Suite and the Valley View Terrace Junior Suites (35m2) are large rooms, with a cosy sitting area. The floor is in warm oak wood, the bathroom with shower or bathtub is finished with exquisite travertine marble. A number of the moulded headboards are characterised by a black band, taking inspiration from the lines of the Tuscan palaces and the two-tone bands that can be seen on the façades of the churches of Florence and Siena. The central frame above the headboard in some suites includes a precious wallpaper with floral patterns and hunting scenes that combine with the splendid view of the Val d’Orcia hills and Mount Amiata. In the Valley View Terrace Junior Suites, the terrace enhances the light and creates continuity with the countryside, with its panoramic view of the Val d’Orcia and Mount Amiata.
The One bedroom Suites (42m2) are all different in shape and layout: in some of the rooms, the headboard of the bed is combined with a precious wallpaper embellished with floral patterns and hunting scenes, while in others it draws inspiration from the tradition of Tuscan leather artistry. The desk, the living room and the art prints give the suites a timeless charm that evokes the Renaissance period. The floor is in traditional Tuscan terracotta or precious oak, the bathroom is decorated with exquisite travertine marble and equipped with a bathtub or shower.
The Val D’Orcia Suites (50m2) have a simple yet elegant style. The headboard, inspired by the tradition of Tuscan leather artistry, is the protagonist of this environment. The floor is made of precious oak, the bathroom is decorated with exquisite travertine marble and equipped with a separate bath and shower. The terrace overlooks the wonderful landscape of the Val d’Orcia.
The Grand Suite (60-70m2) is decorated in an elegant, refined style, the lighter colours used in the walls and furnishings play in contrast with darker colours to enhance the lighting, just like the ancient Tuscan palaces and churches. The bed dominates the suite with a headboard that recalls to the tradition of precious Tuscan leather artistry, with its rounded shapes and the characteristic dark brown colour. The floor is made of precious oak, with long taupe grey stripes to add depth to the space. The beauty of the interiors pairs perfectly with the breathtaking view of the Val d’Orcia that can be enjoyed from the terrace of the suite. The spacious living room is separated from the sleeping area, offering guests comfort and privacy. The bathroom is in exquisite travertine marble with separate tub and shower.
Bar and Restaurants:
La Corte Restaurant, dedicated to breakfast and lunch, has large windows that open onto the terrace and overlook the landscape. For lunch, La Corte offers a buffet of fresh salads, delicious appetisers, and Tuscan specialities that you can enjoy while admiring a breathtaking view, and during the summer even on the stunning terrace.
Ferdinando I Restaurant is a historical and unique place inside a Renaissance-era portico. It is like a refined orangery, with Viennese straw chandeliers, antique chairs, and blush armchairs. Here, for dinner, the restaurant offers a simply magnificent menu, which combines traditional Tuscan dishes the creativity of the chefs, all paired with an extraordinary wine list.
Il Falconiere Bar has a style inspired by the colours and combinations of Tuscan architecture. The spaces are divided into sitting rooms with windows overlooking the panoramic terrace. It is the perfect place to enjoy a refreshing juice in the morning, try a new cocktail for an aperitif or end the evening with a rare distillate.
Wellness & SPA:
The view of the marvelous thermal pools of Fonteverde is lost towards the majestic hilly landscape of the Val d’Orcia. A daydream across a holistic wellness retreat: skincare by Dr Zein Obagi professional line, rituals, Oriental therapies, beauty treatments and massages, Lux thermal pool and a Fitness space.
Fonteverde offers treatments that came from Equilibrium, the philosophy of health that considers the person as the whole of body, psyche and relationships with the environment. Fonteverde offers the benefits of the Equilibrium philosophy with three health programs. The Equilibrium Program has beneficial effects on the nervous, endocrine and immune systems with slimming, detox and anti-stress.
The SPA offers a relaxation area and a juice bar completely new, with soft pastel hues and a hushed atmosphere: the delightful chaise longues are perfect for relaxing with a healthy juice or a detoxifying herbal tea between a spa treatment and a dip in the thermal pools.
Fonteverde has three different thermal pools: the Bioaquam pool, the Lux Thermal Pool and the outdoor Thermal Pool.
The 140 m outdoor pool is a refreshing retreat on a hot summer day. The pool at Fonteverde is covered in travertine marble and filled with fresh water, situated in a location that’s as majestic as the nature surrounding it, composed by beautiful scenery of vineyards, green olive groves and golden wheat fields ahead of you.
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