As a seasoned traveller I have only one word to describe Artimino - PERFECTION!
I have visited Artimino many times, in all seasons, and each experience is as wonderful and inspiring as the other. Set amid the Tuscan hills, the panoramic views from the Paggeria Medicea are breathtaking, and can be enjoyed from the terrace either with a mimosa at breakfast, or a prosecco at sunset!.
A world onto itself, Artimino has so much to offer, a beautiful pool, biking and tennis for the active enthusiasts, art & history for culture buffs, wine and world-class cuisine for the traveling gourmets, and better yet, priceless peace and tranquility for everyone!.
I have stayed both at the Village and the Hotel, and each have their own distinctive charm. Rooms vary in size and decor but all have stunning views, are always spotless and perfectly appointed in authentic Tuscan style. The Medieval Village itself is wonderful, just a short walk down an olive tree lined boulevard, it is truly unique with a great sense of history and culture. The local Cantina del Redi resturaunt is superb. and the gelato from the little gelateria is out of this world - I also love visiting the little shop in the Village, it is well stocked with unique gifts, local olive oils, pesto's and wines to take home and savor.
Overall my experiences at Artimino have been first class, the management and staff are exceptional, from reception to bar staff, all are professional and friendly. And finally, with regard to children, I must say, my seven year old has always delighted in the magic of Artimino, she loves swinging and climbing in the little playground, diving into the pool, chasing the cats around the gardens, and is always 'doted' on by the caring and attentive staff!
I highly recommend Artimino as a world-class destination spot!
- Also Known As:
- Paggeria Medicea Hotel
- Hotel Paggeria Medicea Artimino, Tuscany
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Artimino Resort is a wonderful venue right in the heart of the Tuscan countryside, where olive trees and vineyards design the landscapes of the hills. Grand Duke Ferdinando I built the Medici Villa named "La Ferdinanda" in 1596. Artimino is the perfect place for a relaxing holiday, and it's an ideal and suggestive location for visiting Tuscany.The Paggeria Medicea Hotel offers 37 rooms with wi-fi, tv and frigobar, 6 deluxe apartments called "Le Fagianaie" and 59 different types of apartments in the middle of the medieval village of Artimino. The Hotel has a wonderful view over the Tuscan countryside and provides 2 swimming pools, a tennis court, mountain bikes, massages, tour organization and wine tastings. The "biagio Pignatta" Restaurant, named after the head butler of the Grand Duke Ferdinando I, offers a vast range of typical Tuscan dishes created with an innovative and creative touch. ... more less
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