Hotels in Italy
With prime real estate in Via Veneto, this Beaux-Arts hotel has a history dating back to 1906.
A refined seaside hotel with 21 rooms; the best have terraces and ocean views.
Sepia-toned photographic murals of iconic Roman monuments set the tone. This palazzo near the Spanish Steps retains original details—a cast-iron railing and Italian marble staircase—and, come this spring, will have a marvelous rooftop bar for aperitivos.
The mansion of an aristocratic family in the 19th century (and, during World War II, Benito Mussolini), Grand Hotel a Villa Feltrinelli resembles a private country manor. Its 21 suites pay homage to the Feltrinellis, with more than a thousand of their paintings and antiques on display.
This early complex of buildings was once home to 20 families but has been redesigned by the fashionable owner Elisabetta Turgi Prosperi.
The oldest inn in the city, in a rambling, ocher-washed 15th-century palazzo off lively Campo dei Fiori, is as authentically Roman a place to stay as you’ll find in this price range.
This 20-room townhouse hotel overlooking the precision Renaissance façade of Santa Maria Novella offers attentive, personal service in intimate, contemporary surroundings. And with a staff to guest ratio of 1:2, it puts a premium on service.
On a cliff a half-mile from Amalfi, the whitewashed Villa Scarpariello could be your wealthy Italian friend’s private retreat.
The villa's gardens feature vegetables, fruit trees, roses and peonies, and aromatic herbs.
16th-century Medicean villa, the sister property to Lake Como’s historic Villa d’Este.
The 28-room salmon-colored manor house has Gran Sasso in its backyard, the Adriatic Sea in its front.