The new Rosewood property that satisfies the quest for luxury and experience
History runs deep at Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco, an 800-year-old estate founded by Massimo and Chiara Ferragamo and comprised of a castle fortress, medieval church, and the Borgo, a one-time farming community that now forms the heart of this world-class resort. Located in the Val d’Orcia, on a hilltop overlooking the sweeping vineyards and verdant fields of the Tuscan countryside, the bucolic property, Rosewood’s first in Italy, is a place where time seems to slow down. Here, guests, staying in one of the 23 elegant suites or 10 magnificent villas created from restored 17th- and 18th-century farmhouses, can while away the day making traditional Tuscan dishes at the estate’s cooking school, touring its esteemed vineyard, or relaxing at its luxurious spa. Avid golfers can also tee off on the resort's prestigious 18-hole course, situated on a span of land so intoxicating that it has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Indeed, this is a place where you’ll want to savor every moment.