There are three categories of rooms ranging from 25 to 51 sq. m. all rooms are decorated in an elegant, simple, classic Tuscan style.
Superior rooms – 25-30 m2. Each room has a magnificent view of the Piazza di Castel Monastero or the surrounding countryside. The room is ideal for two people and offers a large bedroom furnished in Tuscan country style. The bathroom has a bath and shower.
Deluxe rooms – 32-45 m 2. Views of the countryside and of the Piazza di Castel Monastero. Room ideal for a couple and includes the possibility of adding a third bed or cot. Many of the bathrooms have a separate bathtub and shower. Some rooms can be joined Suite.
Prestige rooms – 45-51 m2. Great views of the fields and vineyards surrounding Castel Monastero and the medieval square. The room is divided into several spaces and includes a bedroom and a small living room. The room accommodates up to three people, with the possibility of adding a third bed or a baby cot. All bathrooms are equipped with separate bath and shower. Continue reading
The most prestigious hotel Grotta Giusti Natural SPA Resort is a hotels chain Small Luxury Hotels of the World. This Spa hotel complex is located in the ancient Villa of the nineteenth century between the Tuscan hills, surrounded by olive trees. The healing water from the grotto is supplied to the thermal pool and the bathrooms.
Luxurious hotel complex is located within the historic Villa of the early 19th century, surrounded by its own Park with old trees. The hotel is decorated with antique furniture and old paintings, has preserved the atmosphere and natural charm. All 58 rooms and 6 rooms category Junior Suites are elegantly refreshing style and contain such surprises for guests, like bathrooms with thermal water and trim of luxurious white marble. The hotel has a business center with conference room and small rooms for business meetings, as well as the access point to the Internet. Continue reading
Now I can say that twice in his life stayed at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc. The first time it happened my sister’s wedding ten years ago. It was all a bit surreal, because the bride was 45 minutes late to the local Church, perched on a high cliff overlooking the Mediterranean sea. Her being late was so serious, that poor girl that was getting married an hour after sister (schedule of ceremonies they are not much different from the flight schedule at the airport of nice), came up to her, so my brother-in-law almost met the wrong bride. Of course, not a good omen, and the marriage didn’t last long. When I then asked my sister why she was late, she said that she was so comfortable in his room, she lost track of time until his hair. It did not help that her clock was still showing UK time.
So I was surprised and somewhat stunned, when I was invited to stay at the hotel (owned by the family of billionaire Oetker, in whose collection in Paris, and Bristol) on the weekend on my birthday last fall (the invitation lying on my Desk, included beautifully packaged white sports watch Eden-Roc and a birthday card from the management). Perhaps they remember my sister? In the novels of John Le Carre can read that in shveicarskie each request and each habit is written by guest staff for the future. I chose not to specify. Continue reading