Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco Debuts Property Expansion 

Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco in Tuscany has unveiled 19 newly designed private suites. Following the expansion, the property now offers 53 accommodations, including 42 suites and 11 private villas. The resort also announced that for the first time the full property will remain open for an extended season, through the fall and festive period.  

The 19 suites are all located within a new complex, which offers views of the UNESCO-listed Val d’Orcia Natural Park and the hilltop town of Montalcino and access to a semi-Olympic heated infinity pool. The new structure adds to the property’s Borgo, a traditional Tuscan village comprising restaurants, The Spa and more. 

As part of its expansion, the resort has introduced a new suite category, the Garden Suite. Each new suite has a private outdoor space with dedicated entrances and a sitting area complete with chaise lounges.  

Good to know: The original style of Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco has been fully respected in the expansion. The resort’s original interior designer, Teresa Burgisser, has worked closely with co-founder Chiara Ferragamo to ensure the integration of the new spaces and renovations. Burgisser worked with local artisans, artists and designers to create bespoke furniture and fabrics. The new suites also have antique artworks, including oil paintings and prints from the 1700s and 1800s depicting scenes of the surrounding landscape and life in the countryside. 

Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco

Nice Touch: A leather minibar in each suite has a series of compartments, drawers and shelves for storing various types of glasses, cup sets, saucers, tea and everything needed for the preparation of cocktails, as well as bottles of fine wines, a coffee machine and snacks of various kinds. 

The suite bathrooms are equipped with a double sink vanity, separate bath, and rain shower. A few of the higher category suites are outfitted with a steam shower.

The resort's restaurant, Osteria La Canonica, led by Executive Chef Mattero Temperini, has also been refreshed. Set in the center of the village, where once there was the house of the priest (hence the name, which means "The Rectory Tavern"), the restaurant serves local cuisine and offers views of the hills of Montalcino, dotted with vineyards, olive groves and woods. As part of the renovation, the kitchen, which includes an original wood-burning oven, has been enlarged and the outdoor space has been set up with tables for outdoor lunches and dinners.

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