Featured hotels in Chianti

  • £50

    Average price per night

    Borgo San Luigi, Monteriggioni
    9.0 Superb 1,044 reviews
    Description Immersed in the Tuscan countryside between Siena and Florence, this 4-star hotel offers high-quality service on 20 acres of rich parkland, just outside of Monteriggioni.
    Review

    "Idyllically beautiful property, unexpectedly recently renovated to a very modern standard, instantly raising the standards even more than expected."

    Goriola. United Kingdom
  • £92

    Average price per night

    La Rimbecca Greve in Chianti, Greve in Chianti
    9.3 Superb 161 reviews
    Description Located a 10-minute drive from Piazza Santa Croce, La Rimbecca Greve in Chianti provides rooms with air conditioning in Greve in Chianti.
    Review

    "Gorgeous place, scenery, people, food, pool. We loved it so much. The people went out of their way to book a wine tour and take us there. I absolutely loved the peace and quiet and pool. Would go back tomorrow!"

    sharon. United Kingdom
  • £107

    Average price per night

    Borgo Del Cabreo, Greve in Chianti
    9.8 Exceptional 343 reviews
    Description Offering a seasonal outdoor pool with panoramic views, Borgo Del Cabreo has a tranquil lcoation in the Tuscan countryside, 1 km from the town centre of Greve in Chianti.
    Review

    "The staff were very welcoming. The property is amazing. The breakfast was fantastic. Will come back again."

    ZiadQ. United Arab Emirates
  • £37

    Average price per night

    Certosa di Pontignano Residenza d'Epoca, Ponte A Bozzone
    9.1 Superb 731 reviews
    Description Certosa di Pontignano Residenza d'Epoca is offering accommodation in Ponte A Bozzone. The property has a bar, as well as a restaurant serving Italian cuisine. The hotel provides a shared lounge.
    Review

    "It was the best place we have ever stayed. The garden, the church and the air- all of these was perfect for November relax."

    Maria. Russia
  • £115

    Average price per night

    Hotel Palazzo Squarcialupi, Castellina in Chianti
    9.2 Superb 310 reviews
    Description Managed directly by the owner, Albergo Palazzo Squarcialupi is a 15th-century building in Castellina in Chianti. It offers a garden with outdoor swimming pool, and a spa.
    Review

    "Fantastic hotel, booked the day before as Siena was too busy for us with the Palio being on. We would have liked to stay longer but had Hotel booked in Lucca. Great staff, breakfast, amenities and location..."

    Simon. United Kingdom
  • £435

    Average price per night

    Castello Del Nero Hotel & Spa, Tavarnelle in Val di Pesa
    9.0 Superb 101 reviews
    Description Castello Del Nero is set in the Chianti wine area, between Florence and Siena, and dates back to the 12th century. It features an ESPA spa with outdoor pool and offers free parking.
    Review

    "This is a fantastic experience in Tuscany in every aspect, just fabulous!"

    Arthur. France
  • £170

    Average price per night

    Locanda Le Piazze, Castellina in Chianti
    9.5 Exceptional 324 reviews
    Description A former 16th-century farmhouse surrounded by vineyards, Locanda Le Piazze is now a small, luxurious, boutique hotel 6 km from Castellina in Chianti.
    Review

    "The grounds are beautiful and the staff is wonderful and helpful!"

    Nicole. USA
  • £99

    Average price per night

    Romantik Hotel Monteriggioni, Monteriggioni
    9.2 Superb 206 reviews
    Description Romantik Hotel Monteriggioni is set in the heart of Chianti, in the walled medieval town of Monteriggioni. It features a large garden with a swimming pool and olive trees.
    Review

    "This quiet hotel was everything I hoped it would be - friendly family run staff, a clean and comfortable room with a beautiful relaxing garden (the outdoor swimming/cooling down pool is a definate..."

    simon. Belgium
  • £298

    Average price per night

    Borgo San Felice, Castelnuovo Berardenga
    9.5 Exceptional 128 reviews
    Description Borgo San Felice is located in Castelnuovo Berardenga in the heart of the Chianti wine district. It offers spacious rooms with antique furnishings, a swimming pool, and panoramic views.
    Review

    "Beautiful hotel, fantastic location. Staff were delightful and incredibly attentive."

    Lynda. Ireland
  • £76

    Average price per night

    Tenuta Di Ricavo, Castellina in Chianti
    9.1 Superb 237 reviews
    Description This medieval hamlet, surrounded by nearly 1000 acres of nature reserve in the heart of the Chianti hills, has been lovingly restored and converted to a 4-star hotel.
    Review

    "Breakfast buffet was excellent and Maria looked after everyone very well. A great start to the day ,sitting outdoors ,"

    BDOC. Isle of Man

Chianti highlights

The Chianti Sculpture Park
Nature and art blend seamlessly in this outdoor museum, with artworks created by international artists scattered along a forest trail.
Chianti wine
There’s no better place to taste this sublime red wine, straight from the vineyard. Try a range of flavours from different areas in the region.
The Chianti Castle routes
Six different routes traverse the commune of Gaiole in Chianti, winding through idyllic countryside en route to medieval castles and fortified farmhouses.
Barberino Val d'Elsa
Step through this charming village’s ancient gate and uncover vistas of the verdant Chianti countryside threaded between medieval buildings.
Pay a visit to the fascinating Monteriggioni
Dante Alighieri immortalised this Tuscan commune’s impressive walls in his ‘Divine Comedy.’ The fortifications stand watch over idyllic swaths of verdant countryside.
Chianti cuisine
Rustic trattorias are peppered throughout Chianti, serving local favourites like hearty Ribollita and Finocchiona in an easygoing familial atmosphere.
Badia di Passignano
Flourishing vineyards and green hills, blanket the countryside just outside of the historic walls that preserve this ancient monastery.
Pieve di Sant'Appiano
Chianti’s oldest church is nestled in an oasis of tranquil scenery, perfect for meditating to the sound of the wind whispering through the trees.
Greve in Chianti
Known as the ‘Gateway to Chianti', this bucolic town is home to a triangular piazza that hosts a market each Saturday.