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The Classic Looks Of Hotel Relais Borgo San Felice Are More Than Inviting

By Victor Baker


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Borgo San Felice

Nestled right between the charming Italian towns of Florence and Siena, the Chianti Classico region comprises 17,000 stunning acres of some of the world’s best vineyards. But here you could also find the beautiful Borgo San Felice, an entire Italian village repurposed to welcome visitors within a spectacular hotel, that makes this amazing region ten times more appealing the minute you get here.

Borgo San Felice was once a village founded in the 8th century and left ‘for dead’, but eventual refurbishment of the village’s medieval buildings, stone homes, and chapel has resulted in a beautiful environment and a hospitality experience made to last.

Borgo San Felice

Guests may choose one of 33 stunning guest rooms and 20 luxurious suites, scattered throughout the winding streets of the village, each of them featuring a calming, classic décor, mixed with modern touches such and amenities like Flat-Screen TVs, Wi-Fi, and anything else you’d need to keep in touch with the real world.

Some of the buildings from Borgo San Felice have been been re-purposed and turned into either a modern wellness center, several conference rooms, or an outdoor swimming pool, where you might be spending a lot of time.

The day can’t end better than with a visit to the hotel’s Il Poggio Rosso restaurant, which will seduce you a fine dining experience, where exceptional dishes are only prepared with the aid of local produce. Last but not least, the hotel’s bar, with its fireplace, pool table and piano music, will be ideal location for a night cap.

Borgo San Felice

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About Victor Baker

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