Nestled at the top of a hill in the heart of the Marquisate of Saluzzo since 1400, after a careful restoration, the Castello Rosso has been used as an exclusive hotel structure able to satisfy even the most demanding guests. 25 rooms equipped with every modern comfort overlooking a large English park, a spa managed by staff with years of experience and a restaurant that offers dishes of great regional tradition always accompanied by the great Piedmontese wines.
Castello Rosso History
The ancient village of Costigliole Saluzzo can boast the presence of three castles: the castellotto and the castle Reynaudi, once used to defend the area, and the Red castle, a sixteenth-century manor former residence of the Costanzia and the counts Crotti Imperiali, today home to an exclusive hotel.
The rooms are located in various structures: most are located in the central building, others in the old guesthouse in the heart of the park and others in an outbuilding. Both the furnishings of the rooms and those of the common rooms of the castle are more modern for me and create a lively contrast with the traces of a past that is still alive and present. An example is the meeting room, with a ceiling decorated with precious frescoes, and the other rooms on the second floor, embellished with murals by the so-called Maestro d'Elva, Hans Clemer, active in Saluzzo between 1494 and 1508. artist is dedicated the Maestro's Restaurant, inserted in the international circuit of the Restaurants of the Palette, temples of haute cuisine. The chef and his staff are mainly dedicated to the reworking of traditional Piedmontese recipes, accompanied by the best regional wines. In the castle there is also a tisane - where in the evening teas and infusions of the "goodnight" are served - and a wellness center, which offers massages, turkish bath, whirlpool and other beauty treatments. In the English park, dominated by the centuries-old Torre del Pensiero, there is a swimming pool.