Tenuta di Artimino will open this spring as The Meliá Assortment’s first Tuscan property.
This new resort is part of the previous Medici property, idyllically set amid the hills and vineyards of Italy’s Tuscan countryside.
The Meliá Assortment, the not too long ago launched model of Meliá Resorts Worldwide, is increasing with the addition of Tuscan resort, Tenuta di Artimino, which is about to open in April.
That is Meliá Resorts’ ninth property in Italy because it joins the group’s 5 working motels in Rome, Milan and Genoa and 2023-opening pipeline properties: Gran Meliá Cordusio in Milan and the Meliá Siracusa and Meliá Taormina in Sicily.
Situated simply 20km exterior Florence within the hills of Montalbano, Tenuta di Artimino will introduce company to the area as soon as residence to an Etruscan settlement and neighbouring the 1596-built UNESCO designated Villa Medici, also called the Villa of the One Hundred Chimneys.
The resort takes over a Seventeenth-century Renaissance constructing and accompanying assortment of lodges within the village of Artimino.
A mirrored image of its historical past
This resort will accommodate company in 102 rooms, suites, villas and lodges. This lodging is then joined by a vineyard, Biagio Pignatta restaurant, La Cantina del Redi restaurant within the village, a swimming pool and spa, in addition to gardens and occasion house.
The resort is embellished within the Tuscan Renaissance model with terracotta flooring, wood beams and the usage of the Tuscan sandstone Pietra Serena. This property will now profit from renovation and redecoration works that protect the historical past whereas enhancing the general expertise.
Tenuta di Artimino suits in with The Meliá Assortment’s give attention to luxurious properties which have authenticity, a connection to the placement and their very own character. Every property within the assortment is chosen for its iconic location or historic significance.