Tag: Italy

It’s Personal

Palazzo Margherita Is Coppola Family Business

A Francis Ford Coppola production set in Italy demands attention. Pay attention, then, because Palazzo Margherita is exactly that. A hotel, created by the man himself, in a small town in the south of Italy. There are almost too many Godfather references to make.

Hold the Fort

All Along the Watchtower Hotels

The thing about forts and watchtowers is that they typically stand guard on some pretty choice locations. That doesn’t change when they’re converted into hotels.

Eremito Hotel

Get Back

Eremito Connects You With What Matters Most

Not many hotels willfully claim having the smallest rooms in Europe. Italy’s Eremito all but brags about the achievement, calling their rooms “celluzze” — cells meant to evoke the ascetic living of a monastery. It only gets more interesting from there.

The Clash

Old and New Collide at Two Italian Hotels

There’s no glory in safe, predictable design. To reach the promised land it takes boldness and bravery. The creators of Palazzo Daniele and G-Rough know this well, and they found magnificence through a daring collision of ancient and modern.

Agriturismo!

The Farmhouse Hotels of Southern Italy

Agricultural tourism is fast becoming a major travel trend in Italy. Aiding in the appeal is the masseria, a type of farmhouse hotel found mostly in the country’s southern region of Puglia.

High Drama

Seaside Hotels of the Amalfi Coast

Italy’s Amalfi Coast is storybook Europe. Here, historic houses and gravity-defying villas crawl down cliffs and meet cute with romantic coves and secret grottos in the sea below. It’s pure theater, and thanks to a collection of beautiful hotels, you’re welcome to play a part.