hotel-monteverdi-bedroom

Nestled in the historic heart of the Val d’Orcia region and lying dormant for the past few decades, the village of Castiglioncello del Trinoro has recently undergone a transformative restoration and re-emerged as a veritable destination, in its own right. Situated among some of the world’s most famous wineries and adjacent to the Origo Family’s remarkable La Foce Gardens, the project— simultaneously driven by a passion for preservation and a dedication to a buoyant and long-term future—is the labor of love of Michael Cioffi, an American lawyer and law professor who has dedicated himself to rebuilding the semi-abandoned, medieval village in a traditional and beautiful manner that is inherently sensitive to and pays homage to the Tuscan region. The painstaking restoration process, originally begun in 2004 with the acquisition of a singular building in desperate need of attention, has revived a whole village from previous neglect, culminating this summer with the highly-anticipated opening of The Hotel at Monteverdi, a collection of 3 completed villas, a newly-restored 12th Century chapel, a farm-to-table driven informal Caffè, and an exciting program of cultural events. via

hotel-monteverdi-bedroom1

hotel-monteverdi-bedroom3

hotel-monteverdi-bathroom-decor

hotel-monteverdi-bedroom-interior

hotel-monteverdi-bathroom

hotel-monteverdi-bedroom-decor

hotel-monteverdi

hotel-monteverdi-interior-decor

hotel-monteverdi-outdoor-dining

hotel-monteverdi-dining-area

hotel-monteverdi-pool-area