Nun Assisi Relais & Spa Museum: A 5-Star Jewel

In the historic center of Assisi, a homely and peaceful structure built on the ruins of St. Catherine’s monastery


In 1275 St. Catherine’s monastery was built to host a group of Benedictine nuns. Over the years Cistercian nuns, affiliates of the confraternity of St. Anthony and St. James etc. followed one another until 1900, when it became a prison.

Detail of one the 18 suits of the NUN Assisi Relais & SPA Museum including 8 deluxe and 10 suites ranging from 25 and 60 sq m (Ph: Spezia)

The beauty of this building is the result of the history and elegance of this peaceful and silent place. The NUN Assisi Relais & SPA Museum is a luxury relais that accommodates 18 suites furnished by local craftsmen. Grey and dove grey are the main colors; linen and natural leather represent the soul of this luxurious yet essential environment.

New for 2020 is the Benedikto restaurant, with chef Enea Barbanera. The new restaurant returns to local heritage, with a food concept inspired by the traditional osteria. [Text Anguilla Segura]

The NUN SPA Museum, a wellness area where the architectural project preserved six limestone columns. In this area are massage rooms, Turkish bath, tepidarium (temperature between 30°C and 35°C, 60-70% humidity), caldarium, sudatorium and much more       (Ph: Spezia)




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