Did you ever dream of a week spent in a lost in time village in Tuscany surrounded by untouched nature, stone houses and beautiful people? Then we have the perfect suggestion for you. I know you must think we are proposing the typical agriturismo formula that is spread out all over the country but let me tell you this place is really something else.
90 is a pop-up hotel concept the brainchild of three Italian/Dutch young entrepreneurs (Igor Sancisis, Mart Hijmans and Leonard Crijns) who run what looks like a movie set to my eyes for just 90 days a year (that’s were the name derives from), exactly the period that you to be on holiday’s during the months of June, July and August.
The hotel is located in Gello, an abandoned village in the heart of the Arezzo province, isolated from unnecessary intrusions but close to everything you want to visit in the area.
Their claim is “barefoot luxury” and I truly believe that they could’t find a better way to describe the privilege of spending a slice of your time pampered by nature instead of waiters.
I liked the placed so much I first thought “I want to come here on vacation next summer” and right after that my second thought was “I want to work here next summer”!
If you want to learn more about 90 have a look to the interview we’ve done with Leonard Crijns, one of the co-founders.
Casa Chiesi interviews Leonard Crijins, co-founder of Novanta: