Hotels in Italy

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In the Cinque Terre National Park, the nine-room inn combines antique furnishings with kitschy details: light fittings crafted from antlers; bathrooms... Read More

At the eight-room hotel, made up of two country-style houses, you can take art classes on the lawn. Read More

A temple to feng shui, renewable energy, and biodynamic agriculture. Read More

A seasoned clientele makes this their home away from home when in Rome for diplomatic duties or a getaway with the kids. Just up the street from the... Read More

If Piedmont’s Slow Food movement has meant better eating for everyone, an unexpected consequence has been the increased popularity of this once... Read More

The rental agency represents an extraordinary selection of restored farmhouses, convents, and apartments at rates from $885 a week. Read More

Nothing beats Le Sirenuse for traditional, dignified luxury. In 1953, two years after it opened, John Steinbeck described it as “an old family... Read More

In a fantastic location, just off Campo Santo Stefano, this simple three star hotel has just six rooms—great for a more personalized experience. Take... Read More

An haute-design hotel in the city center. Read More

Antonio and Giuseppe La Rosa’s restaurant Locanda Don Serafino was so popular that the two brothers opened a small 10-room hotel in a nearby 19th... Read More

Quiet inn minutes from central Lucca. Read More

Seven intimate rooms with water views. Read More

Bed-and-breakfast in a 14th-century villa. Read More

The five-star Lord Byron Hotel is definitely the spot for a tryst. Located near the Borghese Gardens in the upscale residential neighborhood of Paroli,... Read More

Perched on the promontory at the edge of town for the best views over the rooftops and up the coastline, this gorgeous old cloister was reportedly... Read More

A 900- year-old palazzo—the oldest in Venice—located steps from the Piazza San Marco. Read More

The recently opened hotel has 77 rooms housed in an 18th-century walled fortress that faces the sea. Read More

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