Castello del Nero Hotel Reception

One of the best luxury hotels in Tuscany

Owners of the Residences and their guests will have full access to the amenities of the Castello del Nero Hotel & Spa. Proud to be among the Leading Hotels of the World, a prestigious list of the world’s most distinguished hotels, who maintain the highest standards of luxury. A magnificent 12th century castle with stunning views of rolling hills, ancient vineyards and lush olive groves whilst enjoying close proximity to some of Italy’s most mesmerising cities – Florence, Siena and Pisa.

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ESPA spa castello del nero

Your Luxurious Spa

Offering the absolute latest in holistic treatments and spa experiences, the hotel boasts the area’s first exclusive destination spa, designed by global spa specialist ESPA.

ESPA share a belief in the power of nature to calm, refresh and renew; the spa can offer especially created and highly effective signature treatments, featuring seasonal produce from the estate, such as extra virgin olive oil and soothing lavender.

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La Torre Restaurant


In the last two years, the Castello del Nero Hotel & Spa has been presented with numerous awards including a prestigious Michelin Star for its restaurant, La Torre – offering a unique dining experience using the best of local produce.

2017 saw the hotel receive an award from L’Olimpo dell Ospitalità Touring Club Italiano, and was, in 2016, an Andrew Harper Readers’ Choice winner in the International Hideways Category.

Among the hotel’s many affiliations are: Chaine de Rotisseurs 2017, The Leading Hotels of the World 2017, Virtuoso 2017, Signature 2017, Ensamble 2017 and Traveller Made 2017.


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