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11 Incredible Private Homes Turned Into Hotels
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11 Incredible Private Homes Turned Into Hotels

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From a 15th-century Italian convent to a turn-of-the-century Rhode Island mansion, these dream dwellings are now welcoming guests to stay the night.

Palazzo Margherita

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Originally built in 1892, Palazzo Margherita was purchased by Francis Ford Coppola in 2004. Located in Bernalda, a small town in southern Italy (and birthplace of Coppola's grandfather Agostino), the palazzo has been completely restored and impeccably decorated with the help of French designer Jacques Grange. Prior to its public opening, Palazzo Margherita was a family vacation home and even served as the location for Sofia Coppola's 2011 wedding. While all the rooms are elegantly appointed, the palatial Francis suite and the serene Sofia room are two of the best in the house.

Il Convento di Santa Maria di Constantinopoli

Palazzo Margherita Francis

11 Incredible Private Homes Turned Into Hotels

Palazzo Margherita

Originally built in 1892, Palazzo Margherita was purchased by Francis Ford Coppola in 2004. Located in Bernalda, a small town in southern Italy (and birthplace of Coppola's grandfather Agostino), the palazzo has been completely restored and impeccably decorated with the help of French designer Jacques Grange. Prior to its public opening, Palazzo Margherita was a family vacation home and even served as the location for Sofia Coppola's 2011 wedding. While all the rooms are elegantly appointed, the palatial Francis suite and the serene Sofia room are two of the best in the house.

Il Convento di Santa Maria di Constantinopoli

Courtesy of Palazzo Margherita
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