The Hotel-Relais Badia di Campoleone is also a sumptuous villa for weddings in the countryside near Arezzo.
Getting married in Arezzo means the choice of a beautiful city in the heart of Tuscany, a modern city but one still filled with tradition and folklore. Hotel Badia di Campoleone, in the adjacent Tuscan countryside, is one of the most popular locations for weddings in the province of Arezzo. Its halls and rooms echo the city's history and were once home to the most important noble families of Arezzo.
The wedding reception is a gesture of affection the couple share with their guests on the most special day of their lives. Joyf, celebration and companionship triumph at the luxury receptions and banquets held at the Hotel-Relais Badia di Campoleone, Arezzo.
Share the promise of everlasting love with the important people in your life in a fascinating location of ancient origin. Savour select delicacies in the events pavilion, then later, cut your wedding cake under the stars in the pool garden in front of the villa. This is dream that the luxury hotel Badia di Campoleone at Arezzo wants to offer you.
Enjoy creating your wedding reception menu from the chef's infinite proposals: fresh handmade pasta, selected meats, wonderful dishes enhanced by the creativity and skill of our kitchen staff, and a wedding catering service among the best in Arezzo.
Style, attention to detail and refined décor are the hallmarks of our receptions.
The desire to celebrate is not confined to weddings. Hotel Badia di Campoleone is also the ideal setting for receptions, corporate events, buffets, dinners or promotional cocktail parties.
Our internal hotel catering service can provide all of the following: wedding planner, florist, hairdressers, wedding decorators, carriage or vintage car hire, transfer service to and from Arezzo, hot air balloon and fireworks.
Close to the hotel is the church of Pieve a Sietina, a lovely country church located at the foot of the hotel resort, Badia di Campoleone, Arezzo.
The church was mentioned as early as 1022. The building has three naves separated by large rectangular pillars and is closed by three semicircular apses. It dates to the first phase of the Romanesque period (XI century), but has no lack of later medieval elements, whereas the bell tower located on the facade is a modern addition. The interior is completely frescoed: the ones above the right arch of the presbytery date from 1370-1380. The fresco of the Enthroned Madonna and Child and Two Saints Kneeling is from 1370. The group of frescoes depicting the Enthroned Madonna, the Annunciation and the Martyrdom of St. Agatha are from the late fifteenth century.
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