Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco is located in Montalcino, Tuscany, in the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Val d’Orcia, and it is infused with breath-taking natural beauty, Italian heritage and lifestyle, and a vibrant culture defined by centuries of history and traditions.
The resort offers 42 suites, 11 villas, two restaurants, a cooking school, The Spa and a curated selection of activities and excursions. The 5,000-acre estate also embraces an historical Brunello di Montalcino winery and an exclusive private members’ golf club.
Casa Ojalá is an entirely creative challenge, of Italian design, leading the way to a luxury Renaissance, for a home that becomes travel.
We are proud to launch, starting in Italy in synergy with Castiglion del Bosco, to offer its guests of exception an absolutely unique chance of enjoying and discovering the wonders of the resort — Architect Beatrice Bonzanigo
Inspired by travels in the vast and endless countryside of the northern Andes, Architect Beatrice Bonzanigo sought to create a refuge where one could comfortably stay a few days without disrupting the physical and existential immersion in the landscape. Thus Casa Ojalá was born: pairing luxurious comfort with a structure that adapts seamlessly to its surroundings, allowing guests to rediscover themselves submerged in nature.
The luxurious Casa Ojalá guest suite discreetly features a bed, bath, living spaces and a private roof terrace. Elegant mechanical systems allow guests to reconfigure the spaces with the pull of a cord, giving them the exclusive experience of controlling both their comfort and privacy.
Casa Ojalá has a compact footprint but lives big with its clean floor plan, high ceiling and spacious roof terrace. The cylindrical Casa Ojalá is equipped with a manual mechanism that is composed of ropes, handles made of soft natural leather, pulleys and cranks. The cabin boasts more than 1,000 configurations that guests can change by utilising its mechanical systems.
The floor area is maximized with two beds hidden underneath the mahogany floor, whilst the merry-go-round terrace can be accessed by an internal ladder. Casa Ojalá also includes a full-size bathtub to enjoy the beautiful vistas of Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco in total serenity.
The sustainable casa is made from carefully chosen timbers, fabrics crafted from recycled plastic, and handmade ceramic. It also integrates photovoltaic panels, a rainwater recovery system, and a black water depuration advanced biological plant. This allows the structure to be transported to the most remote locations whilst being suitable for temperate climates. A stove to conquer seasonal chill is also included.
Casa Ojalá will certainly allow guests at Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco to infuse in its breathtaking natural beauty, Italian heritage and lifestyle, and a vibrant culture defined by centuries of history and traditions.