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Italy (29)

Excelsior Hotel Gallia

Excelsior Hotel Gallia reflects the glittering essence of Milan’s sophistication. Originally opened in 1932, the hotel has been completely renovated by renowned Milanese designer Marco Piva. An architectural jewel of Belle Époque grandeur Piva has created an extraordinary new destination in the city of style. The hotel interiors feature distinct references to the stylish Milanese lifestyle and timeless elegance of the Art Deco era, brought to life by carefully selected furnishings made by Italian craftsmen.

In cooperation with the world-renowned brand Shiseido, the hotel offers to its guests the exclusive opportunity to experience a sensorial journey in a wonderful spa covering a total of 1.000 sq m across two levels. The treatments booked in the exclusive Private Spa Suite allow guests to take advantage of a cozy relaxing area, a Jacuzzi, a Sweet Sauna and a steam bath including emotional showers as well as an ice fall. A dedicated entrance provides complete privacy to the area.

While enjoying the panoramic view from the 7th floor, guests can relax in our indoor swimming pool, in the fitness area that includes the newest state of the art equipment by Technogym®, at the Golf Simulator and in the wet and relax zones with an exclusive Himalaya cabin salt.

Excelsior Hotel Gallia is the entrance gate to Milan, where fashion, design and cuisine come together to make a city renowned for its creativity.


Bulgari Hotel Milano

The Bulgari Hotel Milano is situated in Milan’s most stylish area – Via Montenapoleone, Via della Spiga, the Scala Theatre and the Academy of Brera. It is an unexpected oasis of exclusive tranquility immersed in the frenzy of the city centre. A 43056 sq ft private garden next to the Botanical Gardens, incorporates the hotel in a haven of green. Designed by architects Antonio Citterio and Partners, in line with Bulgari’s bold and contemporary style, the hotel features rare and precious materials which create new combinations of surfaces and surprising chromatic harmonies.

The 58 rooms of the Bulgari Hotel Milan, which include 11 suites, are all extraordinarily bright, thanks to ample windows looking out onto the beautiful garden or an exclusive Milanese courtyard, thus offering guests an unexpected sense of tranquility in the center of Milan. The furnishings and décor create a refined yet welcoming atmosphere, an expression of the constant attention to detail.

The simple yet luxurious space of the Bulgari Hotel Milan restaurant is the ideal backdrop for a voluptuous gastronomic journey, a creative reinterpretation of the Italian tradition, characterized by harmonies and contrasts, aesthetic research of colours and volumes.

The Bulgari Hotel Milan Spa offers all the rituals of contemporary wellness in a setting at once sumptuous and elegant. Daylight filters through the glass walls and illuminates the pure gold tiles of the pool. The hammam, with its glass walls and benches in Afyon stone, evokes the image of a mysterious emerald set into a jewel of rare beauty. Five private rooms are outfitted for personalized treatments with three new product lines: La Mer, Amala and Sothys.


Armani Hotel Milano

Armani Hotel Milano is a place that embodies Giorgio Armani’s design and lifestyle philosophy, and promises a “home-away-from-home” experience; delivering luxurious comfort and a unique experience.

Armani Hotel Milano is located at Quadrilatero della Moda, the world famous fashion district located a few minutes from the luxury shopping streets of Via Montenapoleone and Via della Spiga, the famous La Scala Theatre and the spectacular Piazza del Duomo.

While each of the 95 guestrooms and suites at the Armani Hotel Milano are an extension of the Giorgio Armani brand, the innovative “Lifestyle Manager” concept extends Giorgio Armani’s hospitality to every guest, ensuring you get the most out of your stay and visit to Milan: from facilitating your check-in from the comfort of your suite, to personalizing your stay with customized SPA treatments or a dinner at the restaurant.


Mandarin Oriental


Just like the cultured city it calls home, Mandarin Oriental, Milan is an effortlessly stylish destination. Only minutes from the art district of Brera, the breathtaking opera house La Scala and the worldfamous Duomo, it is also close to the Sforza castle and Da Vinci’s “The Last Supper”.

70 elegant rooms enjoying unique individual layouts and decorated in a chic neutral palette 34 spacious suites and junior suites including its spectacular Presidential Suite Beautiful design incorporating contemporary Italian decor and signature Asian-inspired touches.

Offering a holistic approach to rejuvenating treatments, the Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Milan offers world-class therapies and relaxation facilities. A comprehensive 900 sq m spa offering an holistic approach to rejuvenation and relaxation.

Mandarin Oriental, Milan offers guests flavors that thrill with traditional Italitan meals and a sophisticated bar for entertainment. With exceptional indoor and outdoor space, guests can enjoy dining and leisure throughout the day.


Il Sereno Como

Bringing new meaning to luxury and modern design, Il Sereno Hotel breathes fresh air into the iconic, bucket list item, that is Lake Como. The award-winning designer, Patricia Urquiola has combined the natural ambiance of the surrounding environment with comfort and luxury, resulting in a design that embodies all spectrums of luxurious accommodation.

The 30 spacious rooms, ranging from 65 sq m in size to The Penthouse at 200+ sq m, all make full use of the natural light and awe-inspiring scenery with floor-to-ceiling windows and views of the peaceful waterfront. Keeping with the Sereno promise that there is no substitute for space and a view, this intimate yet sophisticated property complements the breath-taking mountains, and tranquil waters with ease.

The property features a private beach, as well as a dock, allowing guests to arrive via one of the hotel’s boats, custom-built by Ernesto Riva. The 60-foot-long freshwater infinity pool suspended over the lake is without a doubt one of Il Sereno’s show-stopping features, and the large sundeck is perfect for spending a leisurely afternoon under the Italian sun.



Resort & Spa

5-star luxury Hotel and private villas surrounded by greenery on Lake Como, CastaDiva Resort & Spa offers a unique environment that enhances the Italian excellence, a perfect blend of past and present, of art and culture, of traditions and modern comfort.

Only 5 km away from Como Downtown and 57 km from Milan Malpensa International Airport, the Resort is located in Blevio, which is one of the loveliest villages on Lake Como together with Cernobbio, Moltrasio, Tremezzo and Bellagio.

CastaDiva Resort & Spa offers 73 rooms, 58 of them are suites and junior suites and 2 private villas with unique welcome amenities. The majority of rooms and suites feature magnificent views on Lake Como.

The CastaDiva SPA, a jewel-like wellbeing oasis designed by Paolo Bodega, over an area of 1’300 sq m, it is the largest one on Lake Como and offers beautiful unique spaces with outstanding service. The wellness area of the CastaDiva SPA includes: sauna, steam bath, Mediterranean bath, relaxation pool with side jest, vitality pool with hydro massage and chromotherapy, Kneipp circuit, balancing Himalayan rose salt room, refreshing ice cascade, emotional showers, Darsena relax area - an original century dock gently suspended on Lake Como. A fitness center with Kinesis and state-of-the-art equipment by Technogym is also available.

Guests will enjoy a sheer luxury experience in one of the most celebrated Hotel in Italy and an out of the ordinary service in a magic place where it all together comes.


Grand Hotel Tremezzo

Some places have been truly blessed by nature. Rare corners of the earth where the landscape, the atmosphere, climate and the signs of man combine in such a magical harmony as to effortlessly resist the passing of time and fashions. Lake Como is such a place.

With over 100 years of history, the iconic Grand Hotel Tremezzo is located in the heart of Lake Como, with unparalleled views of Bellagio and the stunning Grigne mountains. This art nouveau landmark, which sits adjacent to Villa Carlotta’s famed gardens, is an authentic Art Nouveau palace that offers a warm inviting welcome and the delights of a true 5-star vacation.

The hotel's origins date back to the early 1900's, the era of romantic grand tours, long voyages and illustrious travellers. Lake Como was already an obligatory stopover on the international tourist circuit and a favourite destination with the elite. Enea Gandola was a gentleman from Bellagio who had travelled widely in Europe with his wife Maria Orsolini. After their return to Italy they wanted to create something of class and sophistication on one of the world's most beautiful lakes, a grand hotel that could satisfy the demands of this new type of tourist. The Gandolas chose this extraordinary location, bordering on the gardens of Villa Carlotta, which alone commands the best view on Lake Como. The Grand Hotel Tremezzo opened on 10 July 1910 with a party in its honour and great public celebrations.

Experience the pleasures of a holiday with the unique atmosphere and flavours you will only find here at Tremezzo.


Villa d'Este

Experience the splendor, the grandeur, the intrigue and the magic of Villa d'Este - an opulent hotel overlooking glorious Lake Como. Hailed as one of the best hotels in the world by Travel & Leisure, Condé Nast Traveler and Forbes Traveler, this famous resort destination has been widely praised for its beautiful gardens, exquisite cuisine, gala celebrations, impeccable décor and extraordinary hospitality.

Set on the banks of one of the most romantic lakes in the world and just north of Milan, Villa d'Este was built in 1568 as the summer residence of Cardinal Tolomeo Gallio. The property comprises 25 acres of gardens, whose statues and landscape have been photographed for centuries. The favourite playground of an Empress, an English queen and aristocrats, it was transformed into a luxury hotel in 1873.

Continuously renovated and updated, without sacrificing any of its old-world charm, Villa d'Este today offers 152 rooms, all different in decor but linked by the superior standards of hospitality that you expect from one of Europe's truly legendary resorts. There are also four beautiful private villas - Villa Malakoff, Villa Cima, Villa Garrovo and Mosaic House - located in the park of the Hotel: guests are able to use all of the facilities and amenities of the Villa d'Este while maintaining the privacy and exclusivity that a private villa can offer.


The Gritti Palace Venice

The majestic Gritti Palace is where history and culture are met with renewed Venetian style. A place of exceptional art and elegance, the restored Gritti Palace retains its reassuringly intimate and familiar feel. The Gritti is known for impassioned service, a delectable culinary experience and an intimate wellness haven.

The Gritti Palace dates back to 1475 when the Doge of Venice, Andrea Gritti, commissioned it. At first the official residence of the Gritti family, the palace was later used as the residence of the Vatican ambassadors to Venice.

It was at the beginning of the XIX century that The Gritti Palace was turned into a hotel and it now offers guests an insight into its intriguing and illustrious past. Admire the refined renovation from the beautiful terrazzo floors to the remarkable selection of artworks and antiques that adorn all private and social spaces within the hotel. Explore the hotel's original wooden ceilings, original entrance flooring, dressing-table mirrors and 18th century wall lamps, hand-made in Murano, and more. The epitome of luxury, the Gritti Signature Suite Collection showcases the hotel’s rich historical past.


Belmond Hotel Cipriani

Venice: a glorious, theatrical experience that touches all the senses. And if Venice is a theatre, Belmond Hotel Cipriani is the Royal Box. Head to one of the best hotels in Venice, Italy, and find an indulgent base awaiting you.

Belmond Hotel Cipriani sits on the tip of Giudecca island, only five minutes from St. Mark’s. This luxury hotel commands unrivalled views of the lagoon and Doge’s Palace. Steeped in Venetian style, it is known for interiors decorated in exquisite local artefacts, classic cuisine with an innovative twist. Guests can enjoy an excursion with private boat or try delicious specialities at the Oro Restaurant.

Belmond Hotel Cipriani offers 96 Rooms and Suites superbly appointed (many with balconies or terraces), exquisitely decorated with magnificent views over the open lagoon, the gardens and St. Mark’s. Palazzo Vendramin, part of Belmond Hotel Cipriani, is a 15th century building linked to the hotel through an ancient courtyard and flowered passage-way.

Take a dip in the only swimming pool in central Venice. This magnificent Olympic-sized pool is one of the finest in Europe. Fully heated, it is filled with filtered seawater. It also offers a secluded, red-clay tennis court next to the lagoon, surrounded by Venetian gardens. The Casanova Wellness Centre is located in the flowered gardens.


Aman Venice

As sumptuous and romantic as the city itself, Aman Venice is home to museum-quality treasures including Tiepolo frescoes, gilded ceilings and centuries-old leather wall coverings.

The luxury Venice hotel, set in the regal Palazzo Papadopoli on the Grand Canal, is in the heart of the city. Moments of beauty are everywhere, from St Mark’s Basilica to chance encounters with a door embellishment or fresco.

More home than hotel, Aman Venice offers the rare privilege of space in the centre of the Floating City. High ceilings and spacious light-filled Salons are joined by two mature outdoor private gardens – a rarity in the Italian city.

With period pieces and original architectural details, each Aman Venice Room and Signature Room is a unique space redolent of the palazzo’s romantic heritage. Aman Venice’s Rooms feature works by a number of Italy’s greatest artists – including 16th-century architect Sansovino and 18th-century painter Tiepolo. Contemporary furnishings complement authentic silk wall coverings, chandeliers, wood panelling, chinoiserie and painted ceilings, while many Suites offer Grand Canal views.


Principe Forte Dei Marmi

Forte dei Marmi, this renowned yet private retreat has delighted generations taking to the sandy coast of beautiful Tuscany. Principe Forte dei Marmi’s architecture is contemporary, simple and elegant, with the emphasis on natural materials. Furnished in the best high style of Italy, generous spaces are expertly orchestrated, and the inside crosses thresholds easily and intentionally to become outside.

Talamo and Alcove Rooms are intimate and passionate spaces. Junior and Open Space Suites are roomy and elegant. All are appointed with the best in Italian design – simple forms and furniture, soft natural colours, wide windows and warm wooden floors to create an air of calm and cool opulence.

At the Principe Restaurant, lightness and space provide an ambience of refinement and relaxation, where leading Italian chefs present fine lunchtime and evening dining. The 67 Sky Lounge’s spectacular terrace commands 360° views over traditional villas, stone pines and gardens – back towards the mountain foothills or out to the beach and sea beyond.

The Principe SPA is a glamorous and sophisticated haven of luxury. Exclusive experiences include the cocooning warmth of the Bio-sauna, Finnish sauna, Turkish steam bath rooms and ‘Emotional’ showers using aroma and coloured lights. The SPA also has an ice cascade, a Technogym work-out area with exclusive Kinesis equipment and an indoor vitality pool with hydro-jets.

At Marechiaro - its private beach club, guests have their own beach tents providing the perfect spot on the sand for sun bathing and enjoying the sea. The ultimate experience of the sea is a private trip into the blue Mediterranean in the hotel’s sleek white eight-berth yacht, embarking at Marina Porto di Viareggio a few kilometres down the coast.


Four Seasons Firenze

Experience one of the world’s oldest and most beautiful cities from the quiet garden sanctuary, flanked by historic buildings and lush with modern amenities. Be near the best Florence has to offer while enjoying the rest and relaxation of a modern urban resort at five-star Four Seasons Hotel Firenze.

Birthplace of Renaissance art and architecture, Florence is regarded as one of the world’s most beautiful destinations. But it’s not just the art. The city remains a leader in fashion, architecture and fine dining while retaining its Old World landscape. Explore it all while staying in luxury at this five-star hotel in Florence. Whatever the purpose of their stay, guests at Four Seasons quickly discover that the Hotel is close to everything that matters – and perfectly placed to make the most of this enchanting city.

Stay amid one of the largest private gardens in the city, bordered by an ornate villa and Renaissance palazzo. Enjoy opulent and inviting Florence luxury hotel rooms – along with signature Four Seasons service – as you relax, dine and celebrate in beautiful and historic spaces. Whether you stay in the Palazzo della Gherardesca or La Villa, each luxury hotel room and suite evokes a feeling of familiarity and comfort.


St. Regis Florence

Overlooking the Arno River, located in a sumptuous 19th century renaissance palace in the heart of Florence city, The St. Regis Florence is the epitome of elegance and refined hospitality. Designed by Filippo Brunelleschi, the architect of the Duomo Santa Maria del Fiore, The St. Regis Florence is considered one of the most significant buildings in the city, for its artistic and historical value.

The hotel offers 19 exquisite suites enriched with refined furniture and antique artworks where you can enjoy the 24 hours St. Regis Butler service, together with 81 elegant guestrooms decorated with the prestigious Medici, Florentine and Renaissance styles.

Taste the delicious cuisine of its Michelin-starred restaurant, Restaurant Winter Garden by Caino, the heart of The St. Regis Florence experience, home to an innovative cuisine concept from classic Florentine recipes to tastes from the Mediterranean.

Not a classic spa, but a genuine private suite. Offering a unique, sophisticated atmosphere, The St. Regis Florence invites you to discover Iridium Suites. Here time stands still, for an unforgettable beauty and well-being experience. Each spa suite includes a private Jacuzzi, turkish bath, private changing and treatment rooms.


Hotel Savoy Florence

Hotel Savoy is built on the site where the Mercato Vecchio and church of San Tommaso once stood. Work on the hotel started in 1893 and, once completed, it was praised for its modern and luxurious touches - including central heating, an elevator and even electric lights.

Hotel Savoy encompasses everything that’s great about Florence – historical architecture, elegant style and five-star Italian hospitality. The impressive collection of artworks at Hotel Savoy includes significant paintings by Italian artist Luca Pignatelli.

The rooms and suites are elegant yet contemporary, combining Italian design with artworks inspired by Florentine fashion traditions. Director of Design, Olga Polizzi has decorated all of its 88 Florence Rooms in contemporary Italian style with parquet floors, marble and mosaics.

Located in the heart of Florence on Piazza della Repubblica, halfway between Uffizi Gallery and the Duomo, Hotel Savoy is the ideal place to soak up Florentine life. Piazza della Signoria, Ponte Vecchio, Pitti Palace, Hotel Savoy is a short walk from the city's key sights. Discover Italian craftsmanship at the leather school or the Salvatore Ferragamo Museum. Unearth classic treasures at the Leonardo da Vinci Museum. Browse art at the Uffizi and Accademia galleries. Climb Giotto's Bell Tower.


Villa Cora

Villa Cora is located inside a centuries-old park that overlooks the Boboli Gardens, on the hills just outside the historical center of Florence.

The villa is an aristocratic residence built at the end of the XIX century upon commission by Baron Oppenheim reflecting the architectural styles of that period, dominated by a strong eclectic decor that provides the villa with different, sometimes even bizarre, artistic styles. Villa Cora has become throughout the years one of the major cultural and cosmopolitan symbols of Florence. Villa Cora earned its reputation by hosting international guests of great importance, such as Princess Eugenia, wife of Napoleon III, and the Russian composer Tchaikovsky, and being considered the most beautiful residence of the Tuscan capital.

Villa Cora became an exclusive grand hotel at the end of 1960 and reopened in late 2010 after a detailed three-year restoration.

The hotel has 45 rooms and suites, divided into the main villa and in two adjacent buildings, which were restored to the minutest of details with the aim of conserving the original architectural style as much as possible. In the main villa, there are 29 suites and rooms divided into 4 floors, each with its own style.


AdAstra Florence

Overlooking the largest private garden in Europe, with the fragrance of flowers and plants and a blissful quiet in the air, AdAstra is the Hôtel Particulier of Florence. The result of a collaboration between the architect Francesco Maestrelli and Marco and Matteo Perduca, it is home to 7 rooms on the main first floor of the villa, and two immersed in the Torrigiani garden in Oltrarno – the most real and authentic Florentine district. Palaces, squares, bridges, museums, churches, theatres, cinemas and shops are all at a walking distance from the residence.

AdAstra occupies the first floor of the ancestral family mansion, where the main rooms and the splendid salon are surrounded by a magnificent terrace of 270 sq m overlooking the garden. The other rooms line the picturesque Via del Campuccio or are immersed in the green of the annex of the Angiolino. Every room has a different look and feel, each personalised in its own way. The furnishings throughout combine original Italian design pieces from the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s with touches of Florentine tradition flavoured with elements from distant travels, lighting and objects produced by local artisans and craftsmen, alongside a sprinkling of Anglo-American pop. All bedrooms have a roll top baht to complete the individual experience.


Hotel Brunelleschi Florence

Hotel Brunelleschi is a boutique hotel in the centre of Florence: the heart of the city represents a mix of culture, mystery, trade and religion and is full of wonderful churches, charming corners, museums and monuments famous all over the world.

Florence is a unique place thanks to an incredible variety of priceless wonders. The district where this boutique hotel is located was once owned by Filippo Brunelleschi, Hotel Brunelleschi rises just in the shadow of the dome of Santa Maria del Fiore, designed by Brunelleschi himself. Over the years, the neighbourhood has benefited from extensive and authentic transformations.

An excellent example of this will to preserve the historical side of the building is Torre La Pagliazza, a former prison that embodies the cultural soul and the history of the Brunelleschi Hotel: peerless in its kind, it towers above the block where it was built around 1500 years ago. This part of Hotel Brunelleschi, which literary dives into the ancient times of Florence, hosts one of the most wonderful suites. Chiesa di San Michele stands within the byzantine city walls around the Tower. In this charming scenario, history and innovation intertwine thanks to Hotel Brunelleschi’s welcoming ambiance, extremely cosy and luxurious at the same time.

Every detail of this boutique hotel has been planned and custom-built to allow guests to view and appreciate the original architecture. The atmosphere of Florence can be perceived even inside the rooms of the boutique hotel: the colours and the details are inspired by the wonders that adorn the city and exalt the beauty of the town.


Hotel Eden Rome

Located in the heart of the Old City of Rome, the newly restored Hotel Eden is just a short stroll from the legendary Spanish Steps and picturesque Villa Borghese. This elegant city oasis dates back to 1889 and throughout its illustrious history has welcomed royalty, dignitaries and numerous celebrities.

The beautifully redesigned 98 rooms and suites offer a luxurious and classical feel with fine fabrics and elegant artwork, where you can relax in comfort. The atmosphere is reminiscent of an elegant private home and you can enjoy modern luxuries such as master controlled lighting and climate control, Bang & Olufsen televisions and sound systems with Bluetooth connectivity. All guestrooms feature stylish marble bathrooms and have a selection of indulgent Bottega Veneta toiletries.

For the ultimate experience choose from a series of signature suites including the exceptional Bellavista Penthouse Suite, with its great expanse of windows overlooking magnificent cityscape views, or opt for the Aurora Terrace Suite complete with spacious terrace, sun loungers and al fresco dining area.

Its exquisite rooftop restaurant, Hotel Eden’s La Terrazza is a must. Experience the spectacular views of the majestic St Peter’s Dome and across the Eternal City as you dine on the creative Mediterranean cuisine.


Hotel De Russie

From the splendour of St Peter’s Basilica to the magnificence of the Colosseum, Rome is home to some of the world’s most significant historical sights. Hotel de Russie lies at the centre of the city, directly overlooking the famous Piazza del Popolo and a short walk from the Spanish Steps.

Hotel de Russie is a fascinating mix of old and new, with a modern design that respects the classical architecture of the historic building. Since its opening, the five-star hotel has hosted illustrious guests such as world travellers and renowned artists. Hotel de Russie features an exclusive Secret Garden, a restaurant, a spa and elegant rooms fit for royalty.

Classic yet contemporary, each of its 88 rooms has been individually designed by Olga Polizzi in collaboration with the architect, Tommaso Ziffer. Contemporary design with striking architectural features, all the little details that make you feel at home in its 33 spacious Rome suites.

De Russie Spa is the ultimate urban retreat in the heart of Rome. The perfect place to escape the pace of city life, it offers a range of luxurious treatments carried out by a highly qualified team of therapists to restore your body’s physical, emotional and energetic equilibrium.


Fendi Private Suites

Fendi Private Suites is ideally situated right in the heart of Rome - a stone’s throw from the Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain, and within walking distance to Piazza Navona, the Pantheon and Vatican City. You can now not only shop at Fendi’s flagship boutique in Rome, but stay there. The third floor of the Maison’s stunning home, Palazzo Fendi, has been transformed into the world’s very first Fendi hotel.

Comprised of just 7 impeccably designed suites, the hotel epitomizes the ultimate in elegance and exclusivity. With exclusive access to and immersion into the Fendi world, it redefines luxury for sophisticated customers who are looking for privacy as well as a unique experience in the heart of Rome.

Dominating the buzzing Via dei Condotti, this sumptuous palazzo originally belonged to the noble Boncompagni Ludovisi family. It has been the prestigious headquarters of Fendi since 2005. Palazzo Fendi is a magnificent architectural counterbalance to the sumptuous Trinità dei Monti church atop the Spanish Steps, and has been restored and restyled to create the temple of a beautiful design and high-end luxury.

As well as shopping, this noble residence in the heart of Rome offers unparalleled accommodation. Here you will experience the history and tradition of aristocratic Roman elegance - combined with breathtakingly refined juxtapositions of contemporary design.


Villa Spalletti Trivelli

In the heart of Rome, Villa Spalletti Trivelli is unique among the historic residences: a discreet and intimate luxury villa hotel, elegant and refined drawing rooms furnished with genuine antiques, exclusive wellness centre, sumptuous rooms with every comfort...

Of all the boutique hotels in Rome, Villa Spalletti Trivelli is the paradigm, perfectly placed to experience the Eternal City. Relax in a century-old, opulent city retreat, formerly the private home of the aristocratic family and renovated between 2004-2006. Accommodation is characterised by a balance of classicism with contemporary comfort, public areas are large and airy, showcasing antiques from the family's collection, whilst the library is recognised by the Ministry of National Heritage and Culture.

An intimate hideaway in the eternal city with just 14 luxurious bedrooms and suites. The hotel’s rooftop has undergone complete transformation and has become a new sanctuary to enjoy throughout the day and into the evening. Complete with shaded sofas and sun loungers, the rooftop bar and bubbling Jacuzzis will provide the perfect spot for an afternoon of rest and relaxation accompanied by soft, soothing music.



Hotel Raphaël

In the very heart of Rome, just nearby the vibrant Piazza Navona, there is a world-wide 5 stars deluxe celebrated hotel, Hotel Raphaël, a member of the prestigious Relais & Châteaux.

From its astonishing ivied façade, this magnificent "maison" will immerse you in a world of charm few steps away from the Pantheon, Spanish Steps and St. Peter's Church: an ideal base to experience the elegance of Rome.

Created and started up in 1963 by Spartaco Vannoni (1922-1980), the Hotel Raphaël is a real museum of art: paintings, litographs, sculptures, antiquarian artefacts and a valuable collection of Picasso ceramics and Mayan art may be seen throughout the lobby.

Overlooking the roofs, Bramante Terrace and Mater Terrae Restaurant are waiting for you to enjoy a gastronomic cuisine while contemplating the magnificent view of the eternal city.


Hassler Roma

Hassler Roma is a legendary luxury five-star hotel in Rome City Center located at the top of the Spanish Steps. It is the residence of choice for a memorable experience in the Eternal City.

The Hassler Hotel is located in the heart of Rome's City Centre and is the perfect venue for luxury weddings, spa breaks, fine dining and more. The location overlooks the Spanish Steps, and is near the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, Piazza di Spagna and the Vatica. In the heart of the historic city center, the Hassler is one of the best 5 star hotels in Rome, minutes from Via Condotti as well as important monuments and landmarks, including the Pantheon, St. Peter’s Basilica, the Villa Borghese gardens, and The Trevi Fountain.

Hassler Roma offers 92 unique luxury rooms and suites with city or garden views as well as many other amenities. Magnificent dining options within the hotel include the Michelin-starred Imàgo, the Salone Eva and Palm Court Restaurants and Hassler Bar, and Il Palazzetto Wine Bar nearby.

Elegance, style, luxury and the highest quality service and discretion, have made the Hassler Roma the very symbol of international hospitality and the ideal location for your next stay in Rome.


Capri Palace Anacapri

Sitting more than 300 m above sea level, Capri Palace embodies the Italian Dolce Vita long associated with this exclusive island in the Gulf of Naples. The authentic and unspoilt village of Anacapri sets an impressive stage for the fresh and atmospheric hotel.

The Capri Palace Hotel & Spa is a luxury hotel of refined elegance that recalls, with arches, vaults and columns, an ancient Neapolitan palace of 1700’s. The white furniture dominates all the surroundings enhancing the architectural forms inspired by the Mediterranean and is the setting for a fine selection of contemporary art, a true hallmark of this place.

The 68 rooms and suites of this 5-star hotel, some with private pool and garden, are decorated in Mediterranean style, offering comfort and privacy.

The hotel has three restaurants, L’Olivo, an elegant and refined restaurant with Two Michelin stars, Il Riccio an exclusive One Michelin star restaurant and beach club just steps from the famous Blue Grotto and the more informal Bistrot Ragù with stunning sea view terrace.

The Capri Beauty Farm is a spa of international fame, many times awarded as the best medical spa in the world, and specializes in beauty and medical activities, such as the famous Leg School, invented and patented by Professor Francesco Canonaco.


Hotel Santa Caterina Amalfi

A late 19th century liberty style villa immersed in the beautiful scenery of the Amalfi Coast, an elegant seaside residence surrounded by the perennial blue of the Mediterranean Sea and sky, by luscious bougainvillea and by lovingly cultivated olive groves and fruit orchards. Hotel Santa Caterina Amalfi is a special place to experience the finest of Italian hospitality and lasting sensations of wellbeing.

The hotel overlooks a large estate that winds its way down the cliffside along a series of scenic natural terraces in the rock face. Guests can use the private elevators or stairs to access the exclusive beach club or the centre of Amalfi and the other famed villages along the Amalfi Coast.

Classic Italian interiors, quintessentially Mediterranean architecture and the style of the villas of Amalfi: all of Hotel Santa Caterina's rooms are spacious and filled with light, with floors in hand painted majolica, marble bathrooms, and balconies with view over the sea of Amalfi or the garden.

Nestling in one of the most beautiful corners of the Amalfi Coast, Hotel Santa Caterina's Beach Club is easy to access, and has a heated salt water pool, fitness area, and sun deck. The Beach Club is also home to the Hotel Santa Caterina's Restaurant Al Mare, the perfect place to enjoy a light snack, a delicious pizza or platter of fresh grilled fish.


Le Sirenuse Positano

Le Sirenuse is a wonderful place from which to enjoy the simple pleasures of Positano and the spectacular Amalfi Coast. John Steinbeck, who visited in 1953, wrote 'Positano bites deep. It is a dream place that isn't quite real when you are there and becomes beckoningly real after you have gone.'

Le Sirenuse opened in 1951, when four Neapolitan brothers, the Marchesi Aldo, Paolo, Anna and Franco Sersale turned their summer house in Positano into a charming hotel, overlooking the bay of Positano. Today the 58-room resort is considered one of Italy’s leading seaside luxury hotels, though it still retains the intimate, cultured atmosphere of a private home.

Le Sirenuse is located at the center of the village of Positano, on the Amalfi Drive, 50 km from Naples. Its rooms and terraces, 70 m above the sea, are an unbeatable oasis of peace and silence. Almost all rooms, suites and junior suites look out over the bay of Positano. Most have a private terrace or balcony and all have white-washed walls, vaulted ceilings and hand-made tiles on the floors.


Il San Pietro di Positano

Among the towns along the Amalfi coast, Positano is considered to be "the pearl". Fabled to have been founded by the god Poseidon, artifacts have been found dating human habitation to the Paleolithic era. In Roman & medieval times, Positano was an important port town of the Amalfi republic. Although a relatively poor fishing village during the first half of the 20th century, it began to attract large numbers of tourists in the 1950s & 60s, becoming a hub for artists, musicians & film stars. In addition to its artistic & architectural wealth, history, traditional festivals, hotels & boutiques, the town boasts a wealth of enviable beaches.

Carved into the cliff overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, Il San Pietro’s rooms are a combination of understated luxury, intricate detail, and unique design.

Il San Pietro is the only hotel in Positano with a direct access to a private beach. The beach is a natural cove surrounded by crystal clear waters, with a solarium, restaurant and bar by the sea. An elevator carved into the cliff will swiftly carry you from the lobby down to this special, heavenly spot.

The refined yacht, Morgan 44 or ‘Joey’, is available for chartering for a half or full day. The ‘Joey’ is the best way to enjoy the beauty of the Amalfi Coast or the gulf of Naples, with all the privacy you need.



It goes without saying that if you travel to Italy once, you are destined to return. This country is not something to simply check off your bucket list. It is a place to live, love, and learn all year-round — and most people never get to half of what Italy has to offer.

It’s possible to add day trips onto a simple city trip here, taking in not only the awe-inspiring art and architecture of Milan and Florence, Rome and Venice, but the olive groves and vineyards of the countryside or the sparkling waters of Lake Como and the Mediterranean. The color and hipness here is vibrant, found in the stylishness of urban fashion, the mastery of classic artists and creativity of up-and-coming ones as well as the talent of some of the best chefs and winemakers in the world. Drop your bags at one of the country’s many luxury hotels, then shop and stroll to your heart’s delight before breaking for a long — and by long, we mean loooong — mouthwatering meal with multiple courses of antipasti, homemade pasta, freshly caught seafood and heady wines. But don’t stay still for too long: Italy’s varied geography and long history can lead you from the Roman Coliseum to the crystal blue Tyrrhenian Sea and the southern regions of Campania, Basilicata and Calabria.

The best months to visit tend to be April through June and September though October when the weather is comfortably warm and dry. Most Italians go on holiday in August so expect to find many shops and restaurants shuttered. As the Italians say, “Buon Viaggio!”