Castello di Vicarello Reopens in Tuscany With Updated Suites

Luxury castle hotel Castello di Vicarello reopened for the season this month, introducing a new suite and unveiling renovations to its largest suite, the Villa Chiesina. The property plans to introduce a second new accommodation, the Tower Suite, later this year, with more details coming in April.

Castello di Vicarello’s new Spa Suite, true to its name, offers several wellness amenities, including a steam room and a sauna. The one-bedroom, chalet style suite additionally features an expansive deck for guests looking to find some outdoor yoga time.

The Villa Chiesina provides a perfect place to stay for the wine-loving traveler.  The villa, with these latest renovations, now includes its own private wine cellar filled with reds and whites. The suite additionally offers its own private patio where guests can enjoy a glass while looking out over the Tyrrhenian Sea.

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Also new this year, the hotel now provides each guestroom with its own smart phone. These devices offer free Wi-Fi, roaming data and unlimited calls anywhere on or off the property.

Located in the Tuscan countryside, Castello di Vicarello offers a unique retreat between Rome and Florence. The hotel features eight suites and can accommodate up to 22 guests. While here, visitors can participate in a range of activities, including hiking, biking, horseback riding, wine tasting, guided wine tours, cooking classes and more.

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