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Newest reviews for Il Borgo di Vescine

  • Antonello
      United Kingdom
    August 25, 2014

    The nice man around the hotel,giving flowers to my wife

    No back ground easy music in the pool


  • Gustavo
    August 19, 2014

    The hotel is wonderfull, big parking and the services very good, breakfast very good and the coffe to, flowers, stones

    Nothing, perhaps the dinner could be improve for a the hotel of this category


  • Jeroen
    August 9, 2014

    Beautiful views from the swinmingpool, relaxing and perfect wines


  • Gregor
      United Kingdom
    August 8, 2014

    Lovely hilltop location and within easy reach of Radda and Castellina for dinner and days out. Driving is a must as there aren't many taxis in the area. Vescine is lovely and rustic and kept very clean. A 4 night stay here will be enough before heading off to another area/region. Restaurant is lovely also serving tuscan food. We went in middle of July and the hotel (and area) was very quiet and didn't hear a british accent the whole time - perfect if that's what you're after!

    Very few negatives


  • Jill
      United States of America
    July 20, 2014

    We were so happy with this stay that I can't recommend it enough for the whole experience. I took a cooking class with Carla and Claudo, as interpreter. It was amazing and so much fun. Virginia gave us a superior wine tasting and as a wine and snack when we arrived. It is beautiful and right between Cassilini and Radda in Chianti. Reception was also great - especially Matteo.

    Nothing - we did have trouble figuring out the air conditioning.


  • Nicola
      United Kingdom
    July 4, 2014

    A really amazing medieval hamlet, the courtyard area was picturesque, and the scenery was beautiful. The place had few rooms and never felt busy, very peaceful buy the pool. Very good food in the restaurant and excellent wine tasting experience. It was my birthday during the stay and the staff provided Prosecco, flowers etc for the occasion. The suite was a good size with a sitting room and small terrace area overlooking the hills. Radda in Chianti itself was a fantastic location, great for exploring Siena and surrounding area.

    Only negative point I could make, which is minor is that the air con machine was old and extremely loud!


  • Kim
      United States of America
    July 3, 2014

    our room, the food, the quaintness/privacy and beauty... all spectacular

    finding it was difficult


  • Megan
      United States of America
    June 30, 2014

    The setting was idealic. It's even more beautiful than it looks in the pictures. The room was comfortable and very spacious, with a breathtaking view. The staff was very hospitable and helpful. We mentioned that there wasn't much at the restaurant that we would eat, as we don't eat red meat, sausage, etc - the next night, we noticed that the daily specials were all vegetarian options. The breakfast was great, perfect start to each day. We loved every minute of our stay.

    Be prepared for a long drive on winding narrow roads if you drive in. Worth the drive (and the views while you drive, if you're the passenger!)


  • Elena
    June 29, 2014

    Beautiful territory of the hotel, good restaurant and bar.

    There were lots of ants in our room. No laundry service, what is strange for 4-star hotel. Unfortunately in reality rooms (we saw two rooms) looked much more poor than at the pictures at


  • Heinrich
    June 22, 2014

    wonderful location,

    nothing to mention


  • Roland
    June 15, 2014

    We had a great 3 days in the Hotel. We loved the location, the style, the comfort, and the staff. We recommend it to everyone, and would like to return. Do not miss the Saturday market in Castellina in Chianti.


  • Joanna
      United Kingdom
    June 3, 2014

    The staff we're extremely helpful and friendly, the food was delicious and our room was beautiful with stunning views and a gorgeous terrace. The pool had the most amazing views where you could relax and take in the scenery. Excellent stay can't wait to return.


  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    May 19, 2014

    The staff were all excellent, particularly the restaurant staff.

    Mis-selling of room. We bought a suite that was advertised with a balcony and stunning views of the chianti hills. Turns out no rooms have a balcony and we had views of a bush. The hotel didn't have a bar area or any entertainment for the evenings. Location is quite isolated and the postcode provided didn't take you to the hotel but to Radda itself - about 10 minute drive away.


  • Bruce
    October 31, 2013

    The hotel is actually an entire medieval hamlet, fallen into disrepair and renovated? The rooms are little stone-walled houses. The pool is great and the views stunning.

    I'd give the restaurant a miss and head into Radda if you don't mind driving after an evening meal. The food was okay but far from inspiring.


  • Gian
    October 21, 2013

    very nice accomodation, excellent food, friendly staff in restaurant and wine boutique

    the woman at the reception was very unfriendly and arrogant


  • Linda
      United States of America
    October 20, 2013

    We had a lovely stay at this hotel and would ABSOLUTELY return! Our room was lovely and spacious, the grounds were impeccably maintained, the view from poolside is beautiful and everyone there - reception, sommelier and our waiter were wonderful. We enjoyed lovely breakfasts - delicious cheeses and homemade breads and great Tuscan dinners just steps from our room. You won't be disappointed in any way. We just returned from our trip and the photos make wish we were still there.


  • Steven
      United States of America
    October 1, 2013

    Very relaxing. Excellent wine tasting included with stay.


  • Anonymous
    September 30, 2013

    Absolutely perfect. A beautiful original hamlet, great restaurant serving local cuisine and wines. Easy to get to, and close to two of the nicest old villages in Chianti.

    Couldn't fault it...


  • Raymond
    September 21, 2013


    No bath,wifi would not work in room


  • Ivana
    September 13, 2013

    Wow if you want the Tuscany experience look no further than this hotel. Breathtaking is the only way to describe it. The room was spacious and well kept. Very tidy. The views and dining area are spectacular. As well as the pool area. Amazing hotel and so worth the cost.

    Nothing. We loved everything.


  • Anonymous
      United States of America
    August 14, 2013

    One of my favorite stays in Europe on a hillside over looking Tuscany with great wines friendly staff and great food. The rooms were neat and very clean for a wonderful price


  • Anonymous
    August 12, 2013

    Beautiful location with a great view to the valley and the surrounding hills. It is situated at the heart of Chianti region, at relatively equal distance from all the major points of interest: Florence, Siena, San Gimignano, Brolio castle and the charming Chianti towns and villages. The hotel offers wine tasting, clean rooms, friendly staff, outdoor pool, good food all in a rural/medieval setup if you like the style. Breakfast was ok for my taste but don't expect british style.

    I didn't really enjoy the basic interior, too rural/medieval for my taste, at least for the money paid. Very clean room but otherwise dark with thick walls, a small window and dim lights. Not so bad if you like the style, but I expected something more. No wireless coverage in the rooms because of the thick walls. Noisy air conditioning. Didn't like the cicadas sound all day long but there is nothing the hotel can do about it. All in all, medium value for the money.


  • Ebbe
    July 14, 2013

    Surroundings, location, silence

    Food could have been better.


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