There are 37 rooms, mostly Suites and Junior Suites, seated in three buildings toned from pale yellow to terracotta: the Noble Villa (Villa Nobile), the Old Mill (Il Vecchio Mulino, XV century) and the little Villa (Il Villino).
It is akin to an aristocratic private house sat on the banks of the River Arno, located on the outskirts of Florence.
Tuscan simplicity can be found in every detail; the colors of the textiles and the choice of the room paintings respectful of the context. Rooms offer an iron four-poster bed draped in classic fabrics, informal boiseries, ceiling frescos, wooden and earthenware tiled floors, elegant tapestries and marble bathrooms.
Rooms have a refined Renaissance ambience with tranquil views over the river and extending across the Tuscan landscape.
The Villino, the most recently built villa, suits those looking for a private retreat thanks to the Presidential Suite with its private garden, or the Parco Suite overlooking the river and the hills.
Landscapes mold around the river, and there is an abundance of olive groves, vineyards and cypress trees as far as the eye can see. The environment invites you to slow down and relax.
- Linen sheets
- Woolen blankets
- Different types of pillows on request
- Luxurious marble bathrooms
- Line courtesy of Villa La Massa
- Large walk-in closet
- Satellite television
- Free Wi-Fi
- International electrical outlets
- Air conditioning
Under the direction of Executive Chef Andrea Quagliarella, menus include both Tuscan regional specialities and Mediterranean specialities, thus offering a broad daily choice. The sommeliers have chosen 400 labels among those best representing the Italian wine culture, with a special focus on Tuscan wines.
Utmost care is given to procuring foodstuff of prime quality, with a preference for local and organic products.