Toscana Village draws its inspiration from Tuscany, the Italian region renowned for its lush vineyards, olive groves, rolling hills, old-world traditions, and art masterpieces. Toscana Village features many hallmarks of Tuscan architecture and design—arched doorways, terracotta accents, textured stone walls, tiled finishes, and the generous use of natural wood. The suites and common areas in Toscana Village are decorated with rich yet simple furnishings in soft, opulent fabrics.
The Restaurants of Toscana
Toscana Village is a foodie destination, offering 8 separate dining areas: Trattoria Toscana, Da Ventura, Anghiari, La Nena, Molinello, Sezzano, La Meridiana, and Al Fogher, many named after places near the chairman’s home in Italy. Un Rincon de Chile, a wine bar offering typical Chilean tapas, is also found here. Specialty dishes of the main restaurants include antipasto Toscana (an assortment of Tuscan salumi and prosciutto) and spaghetti alla vongole (fresh baby clams and whole garlic). Cheeses, wines, and other specialties are flown in regularly from Italy.