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Fonteverde awaits you in front of San Casciano dei Bagni, a charming medieval village in the Sienese hills. Born from a Renaissance portico built in 1607 by the Grand Duke Ferdinando I de Medici, Fonteverde and its park are a true homage to the Renaissance.
Each detail is important in its shapes, materials and furnishings: everything seems to evoke the glories of the past, with all the comforts of today. On the breezy terraces, you can enjoy the unique landscape of the Val d’Orcia. You can breathe history and tradition from anywhere you are, in a wonderful natural setting. Even the palate finds satisfaction, with traditional flavours and generational recipes that have been handed down and reinterpreted with artistry and creativity.
Style and elegance have thousands of years of history. Every detail of Fonteverde holds traces and echoes of a land that has influenced art all over the world.
When you enter the driveway of Fonteverde, the first thing that will catch your eye will likely be a triumphal arch. It stands alone in the gardens, between the building of the portico and the panorama of the valley. It is a triple arch, slender and powerful. It is made of red brick and appears as if it has been there forever. It is reminiscing of the arches of ancient Roman aqueducts and the shape of triumphal arches. It stands out on the landscape, and it is both the frame and viewpoint for observing the valley.
At the beginning of the twentieth century, there was only one thermal station. It was behind the portico, with its baths, showers, and treatment rooms. Next to it, there were a restaurant and some rooms. An ambitious project began in the 1930s, when the first hotel was built, followed by the House of Roses, the arch, the driveway, and the swimming pool.
Step by step, Fonteverde has developed into its current form. It is the harmonious sum of many interventions and transformations that have taken place over the years. What has guided these choices has always been the spirit of the location as well as the respect for the beauty of this territory. New pools were built overlooking the greenery, and the thermal baths are now a spa with a welcoming, elegant design. The tunnel that connects the hotel to the spa has become a fascinating path that exhibits the ancient artifacts found during construction, telling the story of millennia of spa culture.
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This year – the biggest awards yet – saw winners named across 11 categories, recognising all aspects of the spa and wellness industry.Discover more
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