Hotel Palazzo Leopoldo Radda in Chianti
A patrician villa, where history, art and modern comforts meet to provide that certain old-world feeling. Many of the rooms and suites are frescoed. Breakfast is served in the magnificent 18th century kitchen or on the terrace that overlooks the vineyards and castles of the valley.A romantic chapel has been recently restored.The new restaurant La Perla del Palazzo and fitness area together with the indoor heated pool will complete a unique stay.
Hotel Palazzo San Niccolò Radda in Chianti
Surrounded by gorgeous Siena countryside, gentle hills, woods, grapes and olive trees, the San Niccolo Hotel offers its guests a magic atmosphere created by precious materials, authentic frescoes and antique decorations. The house dating back to 1400 makes the impression of journey back in time. The Hotel San Niccolo is located in Piazza Ferrucci, in the heart of the old town center of Radda in Chianti, a charming village, close to Siena, embraced by medieval town walls and filled with 16th. The extremely old Pieve di Santa Maria Novella, full of several works of art, is particularly interesting. The San Niccolo Hotel Siena is a medieval residence offering bright and spacious rooms that combine modern facilities with wooden ceiling beams, floors in terracotta tiles, wrought iron beds and precious fabrics, and marble bathrooms. All rooms are equipped with: Private bathroom Safe Satellite TV Telephone Air conditioning Mini-bar There are 2 rooms for the disabled. Facilities available to guests: Guests at the Hotel San Niccolo can try out typical Tuscan dishes in the sophisticated restaurant at Perla del Palazzo. Guests can use the Palazzo Leopoldo fitness center with a sauna, solarium, heated indoor swimming pool with Jacuzzi area and a massage service Limousine service Lift Private car park Meeting rooms converted from an old wine cellar Small pets are welcome. The hotel accepts major credit cards.
Hotel Relais Vignale Radda in Chianti
Relais Vignale is situated in the heart of the Chianti Classico region, halfway between Florence and Siena. The hotel dates back to the 17th century and has been carefully and tastefully restored, maintaining the atmosphere and charm of an elegant country manor house, whilst incorporating all the services and facilities one would expect to find in a four star hotel.The hotel enjoys an excellent position on the edge of the charming medieval town of Radda in Chianti, offering guests the privacy and tranquillity of a country house hotel, whilst being only a short walk away from the centre of town. Towns such as Siena, Florence and San Gimignano are a short drive away, thus making Relais Vignale an excellent base from which to explore all the delights that Tuscany has to offer. The hotel offers a variety of rooms and suites each with their own individual charm and character. The 42 rooms are divided between classic doubles, superior doubles, deluxe doubles and suites. All of the rooms are well equipped and comfortable, each one unique and furnished with period furniture. Guests may also enjoy relaxing in one of the lounges, which are endowed with frescoed ceilings and grand fireplaces. Other facilities at the guests disposal include a lounge bar, a library, a television lounge, a drinks patio, floral gardens, a heated outdoor swimming pool, and a wine shop where guests may enjoy free tasting. The clients can choose to dine in one of two restaurants, with free private transfers being offered to the nearby Ristorante San Donato, based in the grounds of the prestigious Castello San Donato in Perano wine estate. The hotels Ristorante Vignale has a menu that explores the seasons specialities and boasts a wine list of over 300 hundred international labels. The restaurant has a fabulous vine covered terrace, which offers panoramic views over the surrounding Chianti countryside.
Hotel My One Radda Radda in Chianti
A stay at MOH Radda is a synonym for pure relaxation. This underlying theme of the hotel has led to the establishment of the Health Centre, where guests have everything they need to regenerate and reinvigorate themselves.