Locanda Vivaldi - Venice


Hotel Locanda Vivaldi was inaugurated at the end of 1999, after a painstaking and long restructuring work on this beautiful building, adjacent to the Church of Pietà. Here used to live the composer Antonio Vivaldi, who in 1703 was ordained priest and also started to work as a violin teacher in the Pietà conservatory, where he remained until 1740. After only six months of priesthood, Vivaldi decided to no longer celebrate mass even if he keeped on his cassock. He was nicknamed as "the Red Priest" and Goldoni explained that he was called so because of his fire-red hair colour. According to other resource, this name was given him because of his permanence at the Pietà Institute, where the “daughters” of this hospice, his pupils, used to wear scarlet colour.

Luna Convento - Amalfi


The Hotel Luna Convento Amalfi is an outstanding, top-quality 4 star hotel that provides its guests with a service that can only be described as impeccable.

Mamma Santina Hotel - Salina Aeolian Islands


Hotel Mamma Santina, a quiet, family run establishment has captured all of the island’s uniqueness. And there are other comforts as well: Sicilian dishes prepared the way our grandmothers and grandfathers once taught us; air-conditioned rooms for those hot nights when the Sirocco (the southern winds from northern Africa) blow in from across the sea; a swimming pool surrounded by lemon trees for a midnight dip or an afternoon splash.  For those who are looking for adventure or the chance to explore, the hotel provides detailed information on hikes up the island’s extinct volcano Monte Fossa delle Felci, including nature guides that offer insight into the island’s many flora and fauna. A trip around the island on our caique brings you to places that are otherwise inaccessible on foot: grottos, small lagoons and remote beaches. Excursions to other islands, which each have a special charm of their own, can also be organized.  Come discover this quaint corner of paradise!

Margherita - Praiano


Hotel Margherita in Praiano: romantic atmospheres in one of the most appreciated 3 star hotels of the Amalfi Coast.



Hotel Marmorata is a charming 4 star hotel, situated in Ravello Mare, a stone's throw from Amalfi, that’s the perfect solution for your exclusive journey thanks to many available services. The Hotel was created by transforming an ancient paper mill, and it has rooms with wonderful sea views and a beautiful terrace where every morning you can enjoy a rich and tasty breakfast prepared with care and respect for tradition.

Masseria della Volpe - Noto


In an 1800s building with views of hills and farmland, this polished hotel is 6 km from Rosolini train station.

Featuring stonework and handmade tiles, the chic rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screens and minifridges. Some quarters add balconies, terraces, countryside views and/or bold artwork. Suites have sofas; upgraded suites provide living rooms. An apartment offers a kitchen.

A restaurant features contemporary paintings, and a seasonal terrace with countryside views. There's an outdoor pool, a poolside bar and a gym, plus tennis and volleyball courts. A spa has a hot tub and a hammam. Parking and bike rentals available, as is breakfast.

Metropole - Taormina


The Metropole Maison d'Hôtes rises in the ancient heart of Taormina, located on a peak overhanging the sea and contiguous to the famous Torre dell'Orologio and on the other side to the main street of the town. The building of this historical hotel was built originally in the XVII century and it has marked the gold age of the Sicilian belle époque.

Milani - Rome


The Hotel Milani is located on Via Magenta just a few moments’ walk from Termini Station, where Rome’s two metro lines converge and almost all buses terminate. From Termini you can reach any part of the city by public transport as well as any part of Italy by train - including Ciampino and Fiumicino Airports.

Miramalfi - Amalfi


Set 1 km from Amalfi Cathedral, this relaxed cliff-side hotel with beach access is within 4 km of both the Grotto dello Smeraldo cave and the Villa Rufolo medieval gardens. 
The airy, casual rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars, as well as balconies, some with sea views. Upgraded rooms have whirlpool tubs, while suites add living areas. Room service is available.
A restaurant overlooking the sea offers complimentary breakfast and seasonal outdoor dining. There's also a trendy cocktail bar with a summer terrace, plus an outdoor pool and hot tub with sea views. A paved seaside sundeck is accessed via an elevator or stone steps.

Miramare - Amalfi


A splendid 4 star hotel boasts exceptional views over the Amalfi Coast and the Tyrrhenian Sea, a swimming pool, excellent restaurant and a private beach. 

Monna Lisa - Florence


The Renaissance dwelling of the Marzichi Lenzi Palace offers the atmosphere of another age with the Hotel Monna Lisa, one of the best 4-star hotels in the historical center of Florence, the extraordinary birthplace of Italian art.

Monte Del Re- Dozza Bologna


The elegant décor and the historic value of the environments make the Hotel Monte del Re a refined and charming, dedicated to those who appreciate the value of staying in an exclusive. The beautiful hillside location offers beautiful views and landscapes, for an immersion in nature, along with comfort and excellent gastronomy.

Monte Tauro - Taormina


A few steps away from the Taormina center and from the Greek-Roman Theater, the Monte Tauro Hotel overlooks the marvellous Sicily sea with a view that spans from the Gulf of Naxos to the Etna volcano.


Ortea Palace Syracuse is scheduled to open in April 2016.

An elegant building, Art Nouveau designed in 1920 by architect Fichera and with the works of the sculptor Florio. Formerly serving as a Post Office, the property has reopened after a five-year top to bottom renovation and restoration that preserved the history and charm of the original structure.

The Hotel is situated in the historic centre of Syracuse and is surrounded by the extraordinary natural beauty of Ortygia, an island within and island, which seems to float upon the sea.

Transformed for a totally new experience, the hotel offers 75 guest rooms and suites that reflect all the elegance and the style of the Hotel.

From its windows and balconies, you can admire the splendid sea of Ortigia.

For relaxation of mind and body guest can escape to the luxurious Spa which offers superior beauty and health treatments.


Ostuni Palace - Ostuni


Set in a hillside town with whitewashed houses and surrounded by olive trees, this refined hotel is an 11-minute walk from the Museo Civico Di Ostuni, and a 12-minute walk from the Cathedral of Ostuni.

Featuring wood floors, the genteel rooms include free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars. Upgraded rooms add city views, and tea and coffeemaking equipment; 1 has a balcony. Suites provide whirlpool tubs, and living areas with sofas. Room service is available.

A breakfast buffet is complimentary, as is secured parking. A chic restaurant with a bar and terrace serves Mediterranean cuisine. There's also a cafe/bar, and a spa area with a hot tub, a sauna and a steam room, plus a massage room in a cave.

Palazzo Al Velabro- Rome


The Residence Palazzo al Velabro is a splendid Roman residence situated in the heart of Rome, a few paces from Piazza Bocca della Verità , in an area removed from the city traffic. The seventeenth century facade directly overlooks the Arch of Janus and the Temple of Vesta, in the shadow of the famous Palatine Hill. The luxurious apartments, recently restructured and furnished with elegance and charm, offer an extraordinary view and are equipped with the greatest comforts. A refined breakfast room and lounge are available for guests.

Palazzo Alexander - LUCCA


Hotel Palazzo Alexander is a historic building in the center of Lucca, with easy access from Porta San Donato.

Palazzo Bocci- Spello


Located in the old town centre of Spello, one of the most charming medieval towns in Umbria, the Hotel Palazzo Bocci is the place where history, traditions and art coexist along with new technologies, thanks to the well-balanced restoration work, with its design of exclusive rooms, both simple and elegant, for a stay with a touch of the past. Palazzo Bocci, which opened as a hotel in 1992, has paintings by Benvenuto Crispoldi and an architectural style that is enlivened by in-between floors, split-levels and niches.

The seventeenth century building offers its guests surroundings and rooms that evoke an atmosphere of rare beauty, such as the fountain at the entrance, the hanging garden with two century-old palm trees, the spectacular Hall of Frescoes, the rooms, the luxurious suites, plus views and hidden corners that the Hotel Palazzo Bocci jealously preserves as if they were a treasure.

Palazzo dei Mercanti - Ascoli Piceno


In a stately building with portions dating from the 16th century, this posh hotel is a 3-minute walk from the neoclassical Teatro Ventidio Basso and a 4-minute walk from Museo Archeologico Statale.

The elegant rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars. Upgraded quarters add espresso machines, while suites offer living areas with pull-out sofas; 1 has a whirlpool tub and a treadmill. Room service is available.

A breakfast buffet is complimentary. There's also a restaurant/bar. Other amenities include a stylish spa area with a sauna, a steam room and a hot tub.

Palazzo Gattini Luxury Hotel - Matera


The Palazzo Gattini, after its ancient and noble scenario, has been renewed and has opened its doors to the town as well as to travelers. Keeping up its luster in its new life, the architect Mr. Ettore Mocchetti turned Palazzo Gattini into a historic place of value, giving it new life, sophistication and refinement.  Suffused and gentle lighting invites you to slow down the pace, and gives you the pleasant relax and creates warming moments.  The furnishings have turned out to be the result of the best local craftsmen’s creations, who helped to enrich and embellish the palace.  The mazzaro, a local stone used for indoor environments, keeps the guest close to the matter and brings him back to ancestral old times, diving into the stories of the ancient streets of Matera. Bright colored curtains, contrasting the limestone, bring back to the celebration lavish decorations which the Gattini family enjoyed to be exposed to. Style and taste mixed to offer the beauty and uniqueness of staying in the Gattini Count’s spaces.



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