Fonteverde ​

Spa facilities

  • Swimming Pool
  • Hot Tub
  • Sauna
  • Steam Room
  • Hydrotherapy Pool
  • Relaxation Room
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Outdoor Hot Tub

At a glance

  • Health spa

    Destination spa

    A spa experience that combines luxury and wellness in a way that dates back to the Romans and Etruscans.

  • Location


    Fly into airports at Rome or Florence, 200km and 150km away respectively and access the hotel by car or train. The nearest station, Chiusi is 20 minutes away.

  • Activities


    Explore the surrounding landscape by cycling, horse riding, walking or playing golf or tennis.

  • Romantic


    Making your feel your best, this beautiful hotel is the perfect place to fall in love.

  • Scenery

    Scenic location

    The hotel overlooks the majestic rolling hills of Val d’Orcia.


Località Terme 1, 53040 San Casciano dei, Bagni (SI), Tuscany, Italy

Spa & Leisure

Set on top of natural hot springs that bring their healing power to the spa’s thermal waters, the natural spa and thermae pools are a unique and beautiful experience. Taking influence from the Etruscans and the Romans who believed in the regenerating power of the waters at the Fonteverde hot springs, the natural healing continues today, aiding mental and physical health in multiple thermal pools. There’s also a gym and fitness facilities, and of course spectacular grounds to stretch your legs in.

Meanwhile, treatments include facials and body therapies, bringing nourishing Tuscan ingredients into the experience. However, they also offer a complete wellness approach to therapies including dietetics, Oriental disciplines, physiotherapy, thermal treatments and ancient Mediterranean practices for mind, body and soul.

Hotel & Accommodation

First built as a renaissance palace for the Grand Duke Ferdinando I de’ Medici, Fonteverde has a reputation for being one of the best hotels in Italy. Surveying the Tuscan landscape, the resort overlooks the majestic rolling hills of Val d’Orcia, and does everything to five star standards. The rooms are sumptuous and spacious but modern, with just enough history to retain a sense of grandeur whether you’re staying in a Queen room or the spacious Cristina di Lorena suite.

Everything here has a sense of Italian passion to it, not least of all the food. Delicious flavours are cooked up by talented master chefs showcasing Tuscan and Mediterranean cuisine with a suave delicacy. Enjoy casual lunches overlooking the Siena hills, or decadent dinners crafted by Chef Salvatore Quarto.