Hotels in Italy

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The Hotel: Like the home of an exotic world traveler, this tiny jewel-box of an inn is filled with unusual art, gorgeous textiles, and unique... Read More

This lovely hotel feels more like you're staying in the home of a friend's stately summer retreat. With just six simple, stylish rooms tucked away... Read More

In the serene Accademia neighborhood, just beyond the Campo San Stefano, the 26-room Palazzina Grassi has a superb collection of Modernist glass from... Read More

In a 16th-century palazzo behind the Ca' d'Oro, it's every bit as fancy as the Grand Canal hotels, but thanks to its location, on a secondary canal,... Read More

Formerly Palazzo Sasso ... Read More

All the rooms at this superb hotel have canal views—whether of the Grand Canal or the Rio di San Polo tributary running into it. The Art Deco design—all... Read More

The Prince of Belmonte's hotel (and primary residence) attracts a posh clientele, many of whom address the Prince of Belmonte as “Angelo”.... Read More

Prince Ignazio V was a Renaissance man in the mid-1700's and modeled his palace to follow suit. Throughout the hundreds of rooms, a rococo spirit... Read More

Vittorio Dalla Rosa Prati welcomes guests to his 14th-century hotel, a period-furnished seven-room guesthouse that overlooks the city's 900-year-old... Read More

A stay at this palatial family residence (it is the home of Marquis Lorenzo Niccolini di Camugliano) offers a taste of aristocratic Florentine life. The... Read More

Just five minutes from the Castello dei Conti (Castle of the Counts), the Palazzo Failla hotel is housed in an 18th-century mansion in Modica Alta ... Read More

On the second floor of a Neoclassical palazzo near the Duomo, the nine-room Palazzo Galletti is classified as a “historic home B&B” and... Read More

Not many Grand Canal hotels dare to try modern décor, but the Giovanelli, next to the San Stae church, does just that. Rooms are slick, with bright... Read More

Next to the Colosseum lie the remains of the ancient gladiators’ barracks and training grounds. Rising above them is the dusty pink 17th-century... Read More

Recently renovated and expanded with four new suites, the property was originally built as a mansion in 1532 and has been run as a hotel by the same... Read More

The spacious, light-filled guest rooms of Palazzo Parigi are available in two styles: contemporary Italian or classic French. All come with a private... Read More

The 24-room hotel is set in a 16th-century palace. Read More

At the ultraminimalist Palazzo Soderini, a three-room pension hidden in a 15th-century villa, everything is rigorously white, from the bed linens to the... Read More

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