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Tuscany hotels

Recent years have seen an explosion in not only the number but also the variety of Tuscan accommodation options. In historic towns like Siena, Pisa, or Lucca, traditional hotels are being challenged by luxury bed and breakfasts, historic palazzo conversions, and apartment rentals. And the country scene is even more diffuse: Lodging is now available in a bewildering range of establishments. These range from ultraluxe hotels in restored historic buildings such as Castello del Nero to humble "agriturismo" options. In between you'll find everything from village apartments to farmhouses on wine estates, country villas, and whole converted villages such as Il Borro. There are some cheaper options to be found if you search carefully, but on the whole Tuscany is more expensive than neighboring regions such as Umbria or Lazio. The dream of having your very own Tuscan farmhouse with pool—at least for a week or two—is serviced by an ever-expanding army of agencies, tour operators, holiday-let websites, and individual home owners. Reputable websites range from huge international owner-direct operations like Vacation Rentals By Owner (www.vrbo.com) to Italy (and Tuscany) specialists such as Vacanze in Italia (www.homeabroad.com), Cottages to Castles (www.cottagestocastles.com), and more high-end, bespoke agencies such as Bellini Travel (www.bellinitravel.com). Watch out for the small print, especially the rules regarding deposits and cancellations. In towns and villages, tourist offices (APT or Ufficio Turistico) keep records of registered apartment rentals (affitacamere)—you can consult a full list on the Tuscan tourist board portal www.turismo.toscana.it.

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Adler Thermae Spa & Wellness Resort, San Quirico d'Orcia

The thermal waters of Bagno Vignoni, a tiny spa resort just off the main SS2 road (a.k.a. Cassia) south of Siena, have been famous since Etruscan times, even...more

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A Palazzo Busdraghi, Lucca

A fully air-conditioned seven-room town house hotel accessed via a palm-shaded courtyard, Palazzo Busdraghi is easily the nicest hideaway within Lucca's town...more

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Borgo Santo Pietro, Chiusdino

The Sienese monks who stopped at the Borgo Santo Pietro more than 800 years ago wouldn't recognize the place today. Danish owners Claus and Jeanette Thottrup...more

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Campo Regio Relais, Siena

A near-perfect example of the small, historic boutique hotel, this six-room charmer situated just below the church of San Domenico has two very strong calling...more

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Castello del Nero, Tavarnelle Val di Pesa

The big Tuscan novelty of 2006, Castello del Nero is a top-end hotel set amidst the vineyards of Chianti. Though plenty of other castles and villas in the area...more

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Castello del Nero Boutique Hotel & Spa, Tavarnelle Val di Pesa

With its 700 acres of centuries-old cypress trees and impressive gardens, Castello del Nero feels much like the fiefdom of a Tuscan lord—and in fact, the...more

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Castello di Vicarello, Poggi del Sasso

Near the village of Sasso d'Ombrone, 40 minutes' drive northeast of Grosseto, Vicarello is a 12th-century feudal castle perched on a rocky spur with views west...more

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Castel Monastero, Castelnuovo Berardenga

The latest Italian hilltop hamlet to morph into a luxury hotel, Castel Monastero serves up a perfectly curated version of the Tuscan lifestyle, right down to...more

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Castiglion del Bosco Il Borgo, Montalcino

In the heart of Brunello wine country, the nearly 4,500-acre Castiglion del Bosco is one of Tuscany's most impressive debuts in years. While the resort's spa,...more

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Grand Hotel Continental, Siena

Siena's only real luxury hotel sits right in the heart of the city, two minutes from Piazza del Campo. Its 51 individually decorated rooms mix old-world...more

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