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Hotel Borgo San Felice in Castelnuovo Berardenga, Italy

Borgo San Felice, in the heart of the Siena countryside, is much more than just a hotel in Chianti, it is a blend of magical sensations which unite to create a masterpiece of Tuscan hospitality where tourism, gourmet food and wine and well-being combine.

The chance to stay in one of the historic buildings in Borgo San Felice. Medieval cottages that have been skilfully renovated to become a hotel in Chianti, capable of uniting tradition and modernity, is made particularly intriguing by the numerous luxurious amenities. With its refined Poggio Rosso restaurant or the regional cuisine at Osteria del Grigio, the peaceful open air swimming pool, as well as the Wellness Centre. The priceless geographical position of our hotel, right in the heart of the Siena countryside, and the professionalism of our capable staff will guarantee you an incredible and pleasurable stay.

Location of Hotel Borgo San Felice

Hotel Borgo San Felice
Localita San Felice
Castelnuovo Berardenga, Italy

Nearest Airport: FLR

Amenities for Hotel Borgo San Felice

  • Dining
  • Bar
  • Piano Bar
  • Restaurants
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Fitness Center
  • Wellness Center
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Tennis Courts
  • Activities
  • Tennis
  • Billiards
  • Bocce Ball
  • Wellness Programs
  • Interests
  • Food & Wine
  • Hotels
  • Spa & Wellness

Reviews for Hotel Borgo San Felice

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

I have just returned from a 5 day stay at BSF, family of four we took a junior suite for us and two of my children shared a standard room. Many of the reviews cover the breakfast, which I agree has to be one of the best on offer. I am not known for skipping lunch, but I never was tempted to eat until the evening having filled up on fresh fruit (including coconut), gorgeous local dishes which vary daily and are offered to each table by the chef and my personal favourite being the juicer. The hotel takes a modern approach to staffing supporting the local community through inclusiveness. The service and attention to detail were admirable and managed to mix attention and privacy without fail. The spa and wellness centre exceeded expectations, facilities, including emotional showers (think varied aromatherapy and shower mixes) were a delight and you never feel that there are too many guests impinging on your experience or personal enjoyment. We didn’t eat in their signature restaurant but did eat in their Trattoria, which I highly recommend. I have a vegetarian wife, a fussy teenage daughter, a younger son that is never full and I like to try a wide variety of dishes. We were never disappointed, nor did we need to order the same dishes repeatedly. For 5 nights for two rooms, all meals, drinks, spa treatments etc, it cost £5.5k, significantly less than at the Rosewood last year for a similar period of time and if anything the whole family preferred it more. Will definitely return.

tunkeyandthemonkey - London

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

Borgo San Felice is a property that was originally was owned by a family for many generations, it was sold and now is a fabulous hotel. There is still the existing church, workers cottages and original family home. The staff are incredibly helpful and go above and beyond normal service. The main building is large and contains a lounge, billiard table and separate areas to read and relax. The pool is lovely, surrounded by trees and flowers. The room was beautiful with a great view from our balcony of the old buildings. Breakfast on the patio is lovely with a very extensive range of breakfast items. A great base while discovering Tuscany.

Andrea Z - Melbourne, Australia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We stayed in Borgo San Felipe with friends having driven from Pisa. It is a hamlet they has been converted into a Relais & Chateau and is sumptuous. Ongoing work to the property will make it even more outstanding. The pool area and general areas are stunning as is the location. Staff are very friendly and polite and enthusiastic. We were shown around by someone who was in his first week working there but you'd never have guessed he was so enthusiastic and well informed. Our room was large and comfortable even in the heatwave that we endured during our visit, although the bathroom was not properly ventilated - part of the ongoing renovation project we were told. Drinks on the terrace were a joy as was the pool area. It should be noted that this is a FULL price hotel. An example is a double espresso at €8 (surely that's too much ?) and a small Peroni beer at €9. Breakfast is superb as is the setting. For evening meals there is a very expensive restaurant in the area where breakfast is served and we had dietary needs we informed the hotel of well in advance which they said they would take into account. On arrival they even commented on it but when we saw the menus and asked what could be done we were told to eat in the less formal Osteria which had much more choice. We ate there twice and there was plenty of choice and the standard was good (not great). The service was very good and we enjoyed it but felt let down over the above. Also one day we enjoyed the pool for the day rather than touring. There is no water fountain or access to normal drinking water - so it's the €4 bottles instead. We had a light/snack lunch ordering tuna Niçoise salad. A few leaves with less than a quarter of a tin of tuna, a quarter of a hard boiled egg and no olives or anchovies for €20 seemed a bit mean but we grinned and bore it. Our biggest disappointment was that the property has a relatively new winery. We were keen to do a tasting after enjoying the pool but were told it wasn't possible because a party of 60 were coming in. We felt that guests of the hotel should take priority and be accommodated and we felt we should have been pre-warned at least so we could try and plan around it. We shared this opinion with the general manager who came to chat with us and see us off when we left. He was very courteous and took our comments on board. We also enjoyed a film showing on Picasso which was shown one evening in the chapel. In conclusion. We LOVED Borgo San Felice and we would definitely recommend it if it is in your budget and would certainly consider going back. None of the comments above are meant to be negative, just to explain our experience and thoughts and what could make it even better. Final point - the property is owned by Allianz the large German insurance company

adamcaplin - London, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We just came back from three nights at Borgo San Felice, and it was a magnificent stay. The service was incredible. We simply mentioned we were looking for a place to have dinner and immediately the staff helped us find an appropriate place, made the reservation for us, and give us directions on how to get there easily. The facility is spectacular. The Vineyard is beautiful and we can't wait to come back!

dgdover - Boston, Massachusetts

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We spent a wonderful 3 nights here in July with our family. Extremely impressed by the wonderful staff who went out of their way to look after us. The breakfast deserves a special mention - I think it is the best breakfast buffet I have ever seen. It has a chocolate table - what more needs to be said?! Can't wait to return.

katxyz - London, United Kingdom

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