Sting and Trudie Styler Take Us to Their Happy Place
The Call of Italy
Trudie: We had our daughter Coco in Tuscany, and spent a wonderful few months renting a property there. So we started looking for a house of our own, and saw a lot of grand villas with echoing rooms. We chose Il Palagio because it felt more intimate. We could imagine our kids feeling free there.
In Vino Veritas
Sting: I’m fascinated by the way every wine has a one-off fingerprint. For me it’s like a human voice. We’re very proud of the wine we produce at Il Palagio—our newest is called Message in a Bottle, which was a no-brainer.
Sting: I’ve made five albums at Il Palagio. It’s hard not to be inspired there. We’ve recently started renting out the property, and everyone who stays there seems to agree (From $63,000 per week for up to 18 people).
Trudie: We’ve been to India many times. Sting and I renewed our vows on the Ganges, which was magical. We stayed at the Gateway Hotel, Ganges Varanasi (Doubles from $135).
Sting: I don’t like noisy restaurants. Our favorite in New York City is Marea (Entrées $29–$57). You hear only the people you’re with, and the food is great.
Sting: I’ve spent most of my life in hotels, so what I always long for is to be home—and home is wherever Trudie happens to be.