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- #1View all PhotosParis, 752.1 miles to city center#1 in Best Hotels in EuropeTripAdvisor (394)Read MoreThe 15 rooms and 25 suites at La Réserve Paris – Hotel and Spa are chicly decorated in a 19th-century Parisian style that includes brocade taffeta, velvet drapes, herringbone oak parquet floors, antique furniture and bathrooms made with both Carrara and Turquin marble. All spaces also offer modern amenities, such as interactive tablets that control each room's lighting, TV and temperature, and buttons that summon private butlers. If you desire Eiffel Tower views and extra perks like a balcony, two private bars and a wine cellar, consider upgrading to the Grand Palais Suite. Recent guests were floored by the personalized service available throughout the hotel, stating that every staff member seemed ready and willing to go above and beyond to make their stays enjoyable. The two-starred Michelin restaurant, Le Gabriel, also received high praise from past diners for its seasonal French cuisine. Just be sure to make a reservation in advance since tables here fill up quickly. And Leaders Club members are in luck – as part of The Leading Hotels of the World, this property grants perks like welcome gifts and complimentary daily breakfast for two. The hotel's central address in Paris near the famed Champs-Élysées' high-end shops was another highlight for previous visitors.
- #2View all PhotosCopenhagen1.1 miles to city center#2 in Best Hotels in EuropeTripAdvisor (44)Read MoreHotel Sanders subscribes to the notion that "a home without a heart is just a house" – and according to recent guests, that mindset shows throughout the boutique property. Past patrons commended the hotel's employees for their excellent service and raved about the coziness of the accommodations. All 54 guest rooms are equipped with complimentary minibars, TVs, robes and slippers, and guests receive complimentary access to bicycles to tour around Copenhagen. Accommodations range in size from the smaller 130-square-foot Single Rooms (inspired by luxury train cabins and excellent for solo travelers) to the more spacious 667-square-foot Sanders Suite (ideal for long-term travelers or those entertaining guests). Common areas include a centrally located courtyard, a living room equipped with a fireplace, a plant-lined rooftop terrace and the intimate TATA cocktail bar. Guests can enjoy meals and snacks in any of these spaces or in the homey Sanders Kitchen, where breakfast, lunch and dinner are prepared. Just note: A few past guests said the service from Sanders Kitchen was very slow. Thankfully, travelers will have no trouble finding dining options outside of the premises if they choose: The hotel is conveniently located in the heart of Indre By (Copenhagen's historic city center) near plenty of eateries.
- Read MoreSince opening its doors in 1889, Hotel Eden has served as a temporary home in central Rome for everyone from foreign aristocrats to renowned celebrities to typical tourists. Recent visitors said that this incredibly luxurious (and expensive) property practically exudes elegance. The hotel's lobby (where the classy La Libreria bar is located) features marble floors, high-end furniture and an abundance of gold accents. Its 98 rooms and suites offer a similarly neutral but sophisticated aesthetic. All of the accommodations include artwork, complimentary Wi-Fi access, Nespresso coffee makers and flat-screen TVs. Plus, butler service is available upon request. Standard bathrooms are covered in marble, mirrors and gold, and guests can expect to find luxury amenities like Italian Bottega Veneta toiletries. After settling into their lodgings, visitors can enjoy gourmet meals and panoramic views at La Terrazza, Hotel Eden's top-floor restaurant. For a more relaxed vibe, Il Giardino Ristorante & Bar has both classic Italian fare and healthier menu options. Despite its opulent design, stellar location and high-class restaurants, previous guests were most impressed with Hotel Eden's exceptional employees and service.
- #4View all PhotosParis1.7 miles to city center#4 in Best Hotels in EuropeTripAdvisor (246)Read MoreHôtel de Crillon – which sits by the Place de la Concorde in Paris' 8th arrondissement – impresses visitors with its French neoclassical details (think: Baccarat chandeliers and Coustou sculptures). In fact, one former guest called this historic property a "fairy tale." But this Rosewood outpost's elegant interior is not its only standout feature. Many previous lodgers appreciated the hotel's top-notch service and comfortable accommodations. All 124 guest rooms and suites boast neutral tones and custom artwork, plus high-end touches like butler service, Nespresso coffee machines and beds dressed in Drouault duvets and Rivolta Carmignani linens. Standard rooms overlook the property's courtyard, while signature suites come with up to 3,768 square feet of space and offer breathtaking views of Paris landmarks like the Eiffel Tower and the Musée d'Orsay. Several recent travelers also heaped praise on the property's dining establishments. L'Ecrin serves modern dishes, and Brasserie d'Aumont features French fare made with locally sourced ingredients. Other amenities available here include a spa, an indoor swimming pool, a barbershop and a bar with more than 100 kinds of Champagne.
- Read MoreFor guests, everything about this Positano hotel is next to perfect. From the Mediterranean decor and out-of-this-world service to a breathtaking location facing the ocean, Le Sirenuse was worth every penny, according to travelers. First and foremost, almost all of the hotel's rooms overlook the ocean and most are equipped with balconies or terraces. All accommodations feature whitewashed walls and are decorated with old-world furniture and colorful accents, including floors adorned with handmade, painted tiles. And for such a seemingly quaint property, the hotel is well-equipped, offering a spa, a gym and a pool to its guests. But the pool is by far one of the hotel's most beautiful attributes. Offering views of the cliffs and adjoining sea, and surrounded by potted plants and lemon trees, the pool features a giant mosaic mural of mermaids. Dining can also be found alongside the pool and other alfresco spots around the hotel, including the Michelin-starred La Sponda. Le Sirenuse can also organize excursions and adventures, some of which are complimentary. Peruse the hotel's daily activity calendar and you will find opportunities for hiking, bay cruises and even a visit to a local limoncello factory. And as a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, this Amalfi Coast property participates in the Leaders Club rewards program.
- Read MoreBallyfin Demense is a world-renowned hotel, located within a castle-like structure in County Laois, Ireland. It was originally built in the 1820s for Sir Charles Coote. The estate's 614 acres are filled with wildlife, gardens, trails and picnic spots. Guests can participate in activities like tennis, boating, horseback riding, fishing, clay pigeon shooting, archery and falconry (some require an additional fee). On-site gardens, along with hens and bees, provide numerous ingredients for the restaurants, and other ingredients are locally sourced from nearby farmers and fishermen. The Cellar Bar has an extensive list of local whiskeys, and regular whiskey tastings are available. The 20 individually decorated guest rooms and suites feature period furniture, complimentary soft drink minibars, flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi access, Egyptian cotton linens and free laundry services. For a truly memorable stay, reserve the Sir Charles Coote suite, which boasts 18th-century Chinese wallpaper panels, a separate sitting room, a fireplace and large windows with views of the grounds and lake. Recent guests described the hotel as excellent, especially raving about the white-glove service, palatial grounds and decor. While a stay here is not cheap, many past guests said the experience was more than worth it.
- #7View all PhotosParis, 752.4 miles to city center#7 in Best Hotels in EuropeTripAdvisor (838)Read MoreHôtel Plaza Athénée is the stuff of Parisian dreams, with chandelier-clad dining rooms, foliage-filled courtyards and elegant rooms, each decorated with crown molding and pops of bright pastels. Although the hotel exudes European charm, its quaint atmosphere doesn't mean amenities are few and far between. The property boasts five restaurants, ranging from chic and casual to downright fine dining, including the Roaring '20s-inspired Le Relais Plaza. The hotel also features a spa and 24-hour concierge service in addition to on-call, chauffeur-driven transportation. But travelers may find that a car simply isn't needed: Hôtel Plaza Athénée's location blocks away from the Seine puts lodgers within a 1-mile radius of the Eiffel Tower, the Champs-Élysées and the Louvre. Although the address and amenities left travelers in awe, it was the hotel's incredible service and attentive staff that made the biggest impression. Just note, all of these luxuries equate to sky-high room rates.
- #8View all PhotosParis, 753 miles to city center#8 in Best Hotels in EuropeTripAdvisor (971)Read MoreIf you're after quintessential Parisian digs with modern amenities like complimentary Wi-Fi access, tablets and dual-voltage electrical outlets, consider staying in one of The Peninsula Paris' accommodations. All 200 guest rooms and suites combine traditional details like spacious marble bathrooms and white crown molding with contemporary features like dark wood headboards and chrome light fixtures. Additionally, each space comes with one-of-a-kind amenities like a LED touch-screen wall panel programmed in 11 languages, a nail dryer and a hidden valet box for laundry. But it's not just the hotel's guest rooms and suites that set this property apart. The Peninsula Paris, which is housed within a 19th-century Haussmannian building, is where George Gershwin wrote "An American in Paris" and where the Paris Peace Accords (the treaty that ended the Vietnam War) was signed. Plus, the property sits within walking distance of the Champs-Élysées and the Arc de Triomphe, and you'll find a metro station less than a block away to get you to other parts of Paris. When you're famished, previous visitors recommend returning to the hotel for Cantonese-style bites at LiLi or traditional Parisian meals with an Eiffel Tower view at L'Oiseau Blanc. However, recent patrons cautioned that the dishes served on-site are pricey.
- #9View all PhotosParis, 752.1 miles to city center#9 in Best Hotels in EuropeTripAdvisor (1894)Read MoreThis historic palace hotel has been a staple in Paris since its opening in 1925. Just north of the Champs-Élysées, Le Bristol Paris welcomes guests with elegant 18th-century decor, spacious accommodations and top-notch cuisine. Rooms feature pastel hues, antique furnishings, marble bathrooms and large windows that showcase views of the city streets or the hotel's garden. As far as amenities go, guests will find an on-site spa, a fitness center, a steam room and an indoor pool with views of the Eiffel Tower, Montmartre and Sacré-Coeur. Past guests heaped praise on this luxury property, describing their stays as "magical" thanks to the elegance of the traditional, Parisian-style rooms, the delectable dinner at Michelin-starred Epicure and the staff's attention to detail. From the concierge's knowledgeable recommendations to the friendly demeanor of the bellhops, Le Bristol's employees consistently impress travelers. While many note that a stay here is certainly a splurge, most say it's worth it. And as a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, this property participates in the Leaders Club rewards program.
- #10View all PhotosParis, 752.6 miles to city center#10 in Best Hotels in EuropeTripAdvisor (2803)Read MoreThe Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris is situated just three blocks south of the famed Champs-Élysées in the western part of the 8ème arrondissement. But the prime location is just one of the property's high points. Once inside, you'll find 18th-century decor, warm hospitality and comfortable accommodations. Though some travelers note guest rooms and suites are a little outdated compared to other high-end properties, most praise the 244 accommodations for being clean and spacious. For views of iconic attractions like the Eiffel Tower and the Palais Garnier, consider upgrading to one of the hotel's suites. No matter which accommodation you choose, you'll enjoy amenities like complimentary Wi-Fi access, espresso machines and minibars. Before you head off-site to explore Paris, grab a bite in one of the property's three restaurants; all have at least one Michelin star and earn rave reviews from diners. If you can only make time for one venue, book a dinner reservation well in advance at the three Michelin-starred Le Cinq, where contemporary French dishes are on the menu.
- #11View all PhotosLondon, ENG1.8 miles to city center#11 in Best Hotels in EuropeTripAdvisor (3143)Read MoreThose looking for an intimate lodging experience will find it at Hotel 41. This property, located just four blocks from Buckingham Palace, has only 30 rooms, leaving plenty of space for personalized service. Not only does the hotel offer 24-hour room service, but it also provides two staff members for every guest. Beyond its staff, the hotel wows guests with its stunning interiors. The lobby's rich wood paneled walls and black-and-white tiled floors create an air of sophistication that carries into its equally stylish rooms, which feature marble bathrooms, feather bedding and deluxe Penhaligon's toiletries. And if you find yourself feeling peckish during your stay, you'll have a host of complimentary treats at your fingertips, including ice cream, afternoon tea and the "plunder the pantry" selection of bites available from 8:30 p.m. till 1 a.m. If you've indulged a bit too much or just need a gym partner, you can take advantage of the hotel's unique Sports Buddies program, which pairs staff members with guests looking to exercise during their vacation.
- Read MoreAccording to recent travelers, Il San Pietro di Positano's location along the Amalfi Coast is one of its best highlights. Other standout features at this Relais & Châteaux outpost include its private beach, tennis court, semicircle-shaped swimming pool and private yacht. Inside the hotel, visitors will find a spa and fitness center, plus an open-kitchen restaurant that offers cooking classes and Zass, a Michelin-starred dining venue that serves up homegrown produce and local flavors alongside panoramic views of Praiano and the Tyrrhenian Sea. When it's time to rest, guests can retreat to their accommodations, which feature private terraces with Mediterranean vistas, complimentary Wi-Fi access, LCD TVs, seating areas and classic blue and white decor throughout. Past visitors especially enjoyed their accommodations' beautiful interiors and comfortable beds. Previous guests also raved about the staff, saying they were attentive and friendly.
- Read MorePerched on cliffs above the Amalfi Coast, Belmond Hotel Caruso is housed in a former 11th-century castle. Ancient walls and frescoed ceilings remain, now married with modern amenities like an infinity-edge swimming pool (one of the world's most beautiful), an air-conditioned fitness center, a shopping boutique and various kids activities. A spa with an extensive menu of treatments is also available on-site. All rooms and suites include marble bathrooms, Wi-Fi access and writing desks, and almost all accommodations offer private gardens or balconies or terraces with city or Mediterranean Sea views. When you're hungry, visitors recommend dining at Belvedere Restaurant for traditional Italian cuisine or savoring pizzas and salads at the poolside snack bar. (Some caution, though, that meals at the on-site dining venues are expensive.) The real standout here – that is, aside from the panoramic vistas and the complimentary boat tours – is the impeccable service; recent guests gushed about everyone from the helpful concierge desk and warm reception staff to the bartenders that remembered personalized drink orders.
- Read MoreAshford Castle, which was originally built in 1228, is located in Cong, Ireland (roughly 25 miles northwest of Galway). Recent guests said that they felt like royalty during their stays, but they warned that even a few days of living like a king doesn't come cheap. A tourist attraction in its own right, the fully restored Ashford Castle sports an assortment of luxury amenities, including a 32-seat cinema, a state-of-the-art spa and complimentary Wi-Fi access throughout the property. Visitors can also enjoy more historically significant activities, which range from exploring the castle's gardens to taking an introductory falconry course. Rooms and suites are all lavishly decorated with touches like fresh flowers, monogrammed bed linens and custom carpets. Digs are also decked out with more modern perks, including flat-screen TVs, Bluetooth speakers, electronic blinds and USB chargers. There are also multiple on-site restaurants for foodies to explore. The George V Dining Room provides upscale meals in an elegant dining room, and Cullen's at the Cottage serves local and international fare seasonally. Alternatively, guests can dig into Irish cuisine in The Dungeon, which features a curved stone ceiling and period-inspired decorations.
- #15View all PhotosRome1.7 miles to city center#15 in Best Hotels in EuropeTripAdvisor (540)Read MoreLocated in the heart of Rome's fashion district, J.K. Place Roma is filled with designer furniture, rugs and lighting by Michele Bönan. Notable artwork hangs from the walls, and royal blue velvet sofas complement the ultramodern yet elegant vibe. The hotel has 30 rooms and suites, the most basic of which feature LED TVs, gilded mirrors, free Wi-Fi access, complimentary minibars and balconies with Eternal City views. Master Rooms include hardwood floors, rosewood canopy beds, Italian marble bathrooms and walk-in closets. Nestled on top of the hotel is the JKCafe, a venue that houses a lounge, a bar and a restaurant. Recent visitors said the bountiful breakfast served inside is a treat, and many diners appreciated that the chefs had options to satisfy vegan and gluten-free diets as well. The Italian restaurant is also open for brunch, lunch and dinner. Another highlight worth noting is the personalized service; past guests said they had never stayed at a hotel with such friendly, helpful staff members. The one downside to this property is the steep cost, though travelers point out that prior stays here were more than worth the price and recommend saving up to splurge on a suite. And as a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, this property participates in the Leaders Club rewards program.
- #16View all PhotosVenice1.6 miles to city center#16 in Best Hotels in EuropeTripAdvisor (1601)Read MoreLocated along Venice's Grand Canal, The Gritti Palace is nestled in the heart of the action. Here, guests gather for meals on the famous Gritti Terrace to watch gondolas and vaporetti (water taxis) transport tourists and locals around the City of Water. Inside, luxurious touches appear everywhere: Murano glass chandeliers hang from the ceiling, Lorenzo Rubelli fabrics bedeck the accommodations, art adorns the walls and the property's original terrazzo floors, from when the palace was commissioned to be built by Doge of Venice Andrea Gritti in 1475, can be found throughout. Today, the hotel houses The Gritti Epicurean School, The Gritti SPA, the elegant Club del Doge Restaurant and 82 restored rooms and suites – 10 of which were inspired by well-known guests like Ernest Hemingway and Peggy Guggenheim. Standard rooms feature glass chandeliers, antique furniture, marble bathrooms, complimentary Wi-Fi access and incredibly comfortable bed linens, according to recent guests. Visitors were also impressed with the impeccable service, gourmet cuisine and well-equipped fitness center. And while staying at this hotel will cost you a pretty penny, Marriott Bonvoy members can earn and use points at this property.
- #17View all PhotosLondon, ENG0.8 miles to city center#17 in Best Hotels in EuropeTripAdvisor (2922)Read MoreGuests are consistently impressed by the accommodations, wealth of amenities and level of service the Corinthia Hotel London offers. Rooms and suites here feature contemporary decor and come with modern conveniences like free Wi-Fi access, Nespresso coffee machines and marble bathrooms with heated floors. However, a few past guests cautioned that the nightly room rates are expensive. Outside the rooms, visitors will find one of the standout features of this property: its spa. The sleek space includes four floors with 17 treatment rooms, a nail studio, an indoor swimming pool, heated lounge chairs, a steam room and an ice fountain. The theme of sophistication and elegance carries through to the event rooms, where you'll find boardrooms, a ballroom and a penthouse available for meetings and wedding-related events. Guests also have access to two on-site restaurants, one serving Italian and one dishing out British fare, and a lobby lounge that serves traditional afternoon tea. Finally, when it comes to location, this property is set in the heart of London, putting travelers within walking distance of top attractions like the National Gallery, the Houses of Parliament and the London Eye.
- Read MoreGuests say the attention to detail at Adare Manor is exquisite and well worth the high cost of staying here. Travelers praise the well-appointed rooms and suites, the food and wine quality at the on-site dining venues and the exceptionally accommodating and attentive staff members. The property houses 104 rooms that are decorated in tasteful, warm decor and feature monogrammed linens, goose down bedding, minibars filled with complimentary drinks and snacks, tea and coffee makers, free Wi-Fi access and flat-screen TVs. Outside the rooms, you'll find there are plenty of amenities to keep you entertained. Adare Manor has a cinema that screens movies; an indoor pool and fitness center; a Tom Fazio-designed golf course; and a spa, plus visitors can enjoy archery, cycling, woodland walks and historical tours all on-site. As far as dining goes, the hotel offers several restaurants ranging from casual to upscale, and afternoon tea is available as well. Sitting on the banks of the River Maigue, this property is situated about 10 miles southwest of Limerick, Ireland. And since Adare Manor is part of The Leading Hotels of the World, Leaders Club members can enjoy additional amenities, including complimentary daily breakfast for two and a welcome gift.5.0-star Hotel Class
- #19View all PhotosLondon1.9 miles to city center#19 in Best Hotels in EuropeTripAdvisor (1592)Free WiFiRead More
Located in the posh neighborhood of London's Belgravia, the 69-room Goring Hotel boasts an unbeatable location, Michelin-star dining and impeccable service. The hotel is situated on the edge of Westminster, which means top attractions like Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park and Parliament are all within easy reach, whether by Tube (one block away) or by foot (about 1 mile away). And after a long day of sightseeing, the Goring's rooms couldn't be a better place of refuge. Adorned with silk-lined walls, fine Italian linens and complimentary bottled water, rooms and suites are designed in a charming English style. The hotel's afternoon tea service is also quintessentially English and shouldn't be missed, according to recent guests. Previous lodgers recommended sipping tea in the property's gorgeous garden. Amenities aside, it was the incomparable staff that earned the most praise from recent guests.Free WiFi
- #20View all PhotosFlorence0.8 miles to city center#20 in Best Hotels in EuropeTripAdvisor (1828)Read MoreThis Italian outpost of the Four Seasons brand offers guests plenty of on-site perks. Travelers have access to a spa, an outdoor pool (open seasonally from May to October), a year-round a whirlpool, rentable e-bikes and acres of lush garden space. Dining here is top-notch, too: the quaint Magnolia offers breakfast, Michelin-starred Il Palagio serves up rich Italian cuisine and an outdoor eatery and pool tree bar offer guests space to relax in a more casual dining environment. Accommodations blend the casual, relaxed feel of home with elegant and bright Tuscan decor. Rooms include writing desks, flat-screen TVs, down duvets and pillows, free Wi-Fi access and marble bathrooms, plus views of the gardens and surrounding neighborhood. Recent visitors appreciated the Four Seasons Hotel Firenze's picturesque and convenient location, citing the grounds as gorgeous and the customer service as attentive. You'll find the hotel just north of Florence's city center, and top attractions like the Galleria dell'Academia and the Basilica di Santa Croce are within walking distance.
- #21View all PhotosSaint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, 06#21 in Best Hotels in EuropeTripAdvisor (692)Read MoreThe iconic Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat, A Four Seasons Hotel has been a symbol of Côte d'Azur legacy and status since it first opened its doors in 1908. This seasonal property closes between the end of December and the beginning of March each year, and it is perched on 17 French Riviera acres that overlook the Mediterranean Sea. The grand hotel is home to an Olympic-sized saltwater swimming pool, a seasonal kids club, an 8,000-square-foot spa and 74 guest rooms and suites. There are three restaurants and one bar on-site, including the Michelin-starred Le Cap. All accommodations feature marble bathrooms and complimentary Wi-Fi access, while some boast additional perks like private terraces and swimming pools with sea views. No matter which room you choose, guests say you'll enjoy flawless service and personalized touches like being greeted by name. The main complaint from recent travelers is the price, but others note that a stay at this Four Seasons property is worth the splurge.
- Read MoreWith the slopes of Corviglia as its backdrop, Badrutt's Palace Hotel welcomes skiers and vacationers looking to enjoy St. Moritz, Switzerland. Accommodations offer impressive views of the mountains and are outfitted with traditional decor. Plus, room rates here cover Rolls Royce transfers upon request, Wi-Fi access, a welcome gift, a daily breakfast buffet and more. The property is also home to several eateries, ranging from a casual pizzeria and grill to the gourmet Le Restaurant and La Coupole - Matsuhisa from celebrity chef Nobu. Another restaurant, Patrizier Stuben, serves Swiss specialties within the city's oldest farmhouse. For those traveling with little ones, Badrutt's Palace Hotel offers a supervised kids club with an outdoor play area and ice skating rank and hosts excursions like dog-sledding tours and hikes. (In fact, the hotel even has its own Junior General Manager, a child who offers input on how to make the children's program top-notch.) Travelers say the service and attention to detail here is bar none, though many note it will cost you a pretty penny to enjoy a vacation at this hotel. Part of The Leading Hotels of the World, the property participates in the Leaders Club loyalty program.
- #23View all PhotosBudapest0.5 miles to city center#23 in Best Hotels in EuropeTripAdvisor (2863)Read MoreFor guests, the location of this Four Seasons is by far one of its greatest assets. Not only does the Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest's address along the banks of the Danube River add an extra dash of romance to the already dreamy city, but it is close to several top attractions, including Hungary's famed Parliament building about a half-mile north. Aside from its unbeatable location, the property receives rave reviews for its service and amenities. Art deco-style rooms offer a subdued elegance as well as plenty of perks including Nespresso coffee machines, complimentary Wi-Fi and deep-soaking tubs. And the amenities don't stop there. The property features an infinity-edge pool, a spacious exercise facility with on-site personal trainers, ample family offerings, a relaxation area and a brasserie and bar, which serves contemporary European fare. And with 24-hour multilingual concierges, 24-hour room service and 24-hour laundry and dry cleaning services, you may never have to lift a finger in Budapest.
- Read MoreThis property in Antibes along the French Riviera is described by guests as "exquisite," "world-class" and "legendary." Legendary, indeed – Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc has been a known escape for creative types like writers and artists since it first opened in 1870. Its 118 rooms and suites occupy three different parts of the property: the original Villa Soleil, the Eden-Roc Pavilion and Les Deux Fontaines residence. Accommodations are individually decorated, though all boast marble bathrooms and neutral decor complemented by colorful floral or patterned comforters and curtains. Other amenities you'll find include a heated infinity pool, five tennis courts, a fitness center, a spa and yoga classes. And gastronomy here is a cut above the rest: Eden-Roc Restaurant serves up refined Mediterranean specialties on a terrace overlooking the sea, while Eden-Roc Grill offers grilled dishes and lighter fare like sushi and salads. The hotel is also home to its own chocolate atelier, who crafts handmade chocolates, and specialty bars like a juice and ice cream bar and a Champagne lounge. While past guests enjoyed the upscale cuisine options, they do note that meals on-site are expensive. However, all visitors were quick to compliment the property's professional and friendly staff.
- #25View all PhotosSorrento#25 in Best Hotels in EuropeTripAdvisor (1628)Read MoreLocated along the Gulf of Naples in Sorrento, the Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria is one giant Mediterranean mansion itching to be explored. Nineteenth-century facades, antique furniture and gorgeous frescos can be found left and right. Since opening in the early 19th century, it's played host to numerous famous faces, including Marilyn Monroe and Sophia Loren, in addition to various artists and politicians. Today, the hotel is run by the fifth generation of the family that opened the property and, according to recent guests, the service couldn't be better. Reviewers also raved about the oceanfront location, which can be admired from various points throughout the property, including the accommodations (all rooms feature sea views) and the Michelin-starred restaurant, Terrazza Bosquet. And in the summer, the hotel offers boat rentals that can be taken to nearby Positano or Capri. The hotel is also equipped with numerous services and amenities, including a gym, a spa, a pool and a 5-acre park that is home to gardens, sports courts and a playground. And, believe it or not, the Excelsior even has its own Roman ruins on-site. Keep in mind, Leaders Club members can earn or redeem perks here.
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