Hotel Castello di Casole offers the rare opportunity to enjoy the rich amenities of a restored Italian castle on a country estate in Tuscany. The castle’s rich history dates back to the end of the 10th century, when it was built and christened Querceto Manor. Querceto Manor often hosted the political exiles of nearby Siena until it fell into decline starting in the 15th century. Owned and reconstructed during the 19th and 20th centuries by the Bargagli family of Siena – esteemed local aristocracy – the castle rose to a prominent position in the region, as the surrounding estate was a leading agricultural producer with 31 farms on 2200 acres. During the late 20th century the Castello was owned by prominent Italian film director Luchino Visconti, who entertained European and Hollywood luminaries throughout the estate.
Il Bottaccio, an 18th century mill converted into an elegant country house, nestles at the foot of the lush green slopes of Forte dei Marmi, in Tuscany. The luxury maison, member of Relais & Châteaux since 1988, is the result of a careful and expert restoration of the ancient water mill of the eightteenth century, transformed into the most exclusive 5 star luxury hotels with SPA of Forte dei Marmi and Versilia.
Ease into Casa Angelina‘s welcoming embrace, and leave a little of the world behind, safe in the knowledge that you will find the time and space to rediscover those forgotten rhythms of long days and easy nights. The timeless elegance of style and service combines with cosseting accommodation, gourmet cuisine, restorative wellness therapies and an unsurpassed location, delicately perched above the azure tranquillity of the Mediterranean.
“More than a destination, Tuscany is a way of life. At Conti di San Bonifacio Wine Resort in Tuscany we invite you to sip from the cup of Paradise. Exclusive seven-room resort with enough space to let you feel like you have the hotel to yourselves. Designed and built by local craftsmen in the traditional Tuscan style.”
“Wherever you go, you’ll always keep the memory of this masterpiece of Italian elegance in your heart”. The center of Capri, just steps away from the Piazzetta, has been the site of the Grand Hotel Quisisana, a historic establishment and flagship of the Italian hotel industry, since 1845. This exclusive 5 star luxury hotel is a veritable oasis of relaxation, immersed in a luxuriant park. Its elegant rooms are the perfect expression of Capri’s Dolce Vita, famous throughout Italy and the world. Over the years, the Morgano family, hoteliers for generations, inspired by a deep knowledge and love of the art and lifestyle of the Mediterranean, have perfected and conserved the quintessentially Italian style of the hotel. Movie stars, royals, politicians and heads of state have all chosen this luxury resort for their vacation on the Island of Capri, confirming the Quisisana as one of the world’s most exclusive resorts.
“Villa Chic is located 15 kilometers from the historic center of Cortona, in Tuscany. We, a french couple, husband and wife from Paris, conducted its renovation after we decided to create rental homes just like those we kept on looking for, years ago, when we fell in love with Tuscany.”
Situated in the medieval walled-city Bergamo in Italy, the GombitHotel is a charming boutique hotel with contemporary interior design in a historic building. The architectural heritage is a defining characteristic throughout the hotel. The style of the interior is one of contemporary luxury and historical symbolism with a touch of whimsical charm.
A medieval mountain hamlet where history and designer fittings meet to create a unique cultural experience. There’s nothing quite like this albergo diffuso – meaning something like “scattered lodgings” – anywhere else in the world. Put together by a team passionate about conservation, the hotel is a collection of restored houses and suites dotted around a crumbling hilltop village in the Gran Sasso mountains of central Italy. Thanks to their efforts, the village has been saved from extinction, and its remit now is to pay reverence to its peasant past. This is not a typical hotel: it’s a step back in time, and like its sister project Grotte della Civita, it’s quite unique.