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- #1View all PhotosHotel EdenRome1.4 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel ClassSince 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.
- #2View all PhotosLe SirenusePositano5.0-star Hotel ClassFor 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.
- #3View all PhotosIl San Pietro di PositanoPositano5.0-star Hotel ClassAccording 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.
- #4View all PhotosBelmond Hotel CarusoRavello5.0-star Hotel ClassPerched 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.
- #5View all PhotosJ.K. Place RomaRome1.7 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel ClassLocated 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.
- #6View all PhotosThe Gritti Palace, a Luxury Collection Hotel, VeniceVenice1.6 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel ClassLocated 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.
- #7View all PhotosFour Seasons Hotel FirenzeFlorence0.8 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel ClassThis 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.
- #8View all PhotosGrand Hotel Excelsior VittoriaSorrento5.0-star Hotel ClassLocated 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.
- #9View all PhotosGrand Hotel TremezzoTremezzina5.0-star Hotel ClassLocated along Lake Como's western shore, this Preferred Legend outpost sits near Lake Como's upscale villas – some of which are owned by celebrities like Madonna and George Clooney – and offers guests prime access to shops, restaurants and the Villa Carlotta art museum. Grand Hotel Tremezzo started welcoming guests in the early 1900s and features period details like a 19th-century billiards table and silk window coverings. Old-world touches, including bow windows, marble bathrooms and antique furnishings, are also available in the hotel's 92 guest rooms and suites. Standard accommodations have park vistas, while upgraded rooms and most suites offer views of Lake Como. Though some former travelers bemoaned their accommodations' lack of space and high rates, many appreciated the views. Past visitors were also impressed with the hotel's friendly staff and luxurious spa. For more picturesque panoramas, guests can lounge on the property's private beach or take a dip in the floating pool set within Lake Como. When you've worked up an appetite, enjoy casual bites by the beach or the Flowers Pool (a quiet pool situated in the property's park), wine and grilled dishes in L'Escale Trattoria & Wine Bar or a gourmet Italian-inspired meal at La Terrazza Gualtiero Marchesi.
- #10View all PhotosJ.K. Place CapriCapri5.0-star Hotel ClassA white-columned estate overlooking the Bay of Naples, J.K. Place Capri is elegantly decorated in deep blues, crisp whites and rich yellows. Lavish rooms are outfitted with walk-in closets, bathrooms with double vanities and windows that boast panoramic views of Monte Solaro. Select accommodations offer additional features, like balconies or terraces and canopy beds. When not out exploring the island, guests can spend their days unwinding at the on-site spa, sipping handcrafted cocktails at the bar or lounging by the pool – which is open exclusively to hotel guests. Recent patrons recommended dining on JKitchen's outdoor terrace, noting that the "gorgeous" Mediterranean-inspired food was worth the expense. The impeccable service provided in the restaurant and hotel garnered a lot of praise as well. And while some wished the property was situated a bit closer to downtown, others appreciated the unbeatable views found at the more removed location. Plus, central Capri is conveniently accessible via the hotel's complimentary shuttle service.
- #11View all PhotosVilla CoraFlorence0.9 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel ClassEven though Villa Cora is a bit removed from the center of Florence (about 2 miles south), recent travelers loved its setting amid gardens and greenery. (They also appreciated the free shuttle service into town.) This boutique property's 44 rooms and suites are spread throughout a main villa and two additional buildings. Accommodations vary in type, but all include antique furnishings, Carrara marble bathrooms and views of the surrounding gardens and hills of Florence. Some rooms also have balconies. Outside of their rooms, visitors will find a variety of features, such as a spa with a hammam (Turkish bath), sauna and gym, and an outdoor pool surrounded by vibrant gardens. There are ample places to grab a meal and a drink on-site, whether you prefer to lounge on the rooftop and take in the views with a flute of Champagne or sit down for a full meal indoors or on the patio (depending on the time of year). What's more, the hotel can arrange a cooking class for burgeoning chefs young and old to learn the basics and try their hands at "haute cuisine." As a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, this property participates in the Leaders Club rewards program.
- #12View all PhotosPalazzo AvinoRavello5.0-star Hotel ClassThis salmon-tinged hotel occupies a 12th-century villa in Ravello, Italy, overlooking the cliffs of the Amalfi Coast. It boasts numerous on-site amenities, including a spa, a swimming pool and lounge area, a rooftop solarium with whirlpool hot tubs and an outdoor fitness center – all with impressive views of the Mediterranean. Guests also have access to the Clubhouse by the Sea, with beach platforms, an additional swimming pool, a casual eatery and relaxation areas; the hotel provides free shuttle service from May to October. Dining options at Palazzo Avino abound as well: Decadent Italian dinners are the specialty at Rossellinis Restaurant (closed November through March), Terrazza Belvedere dishes out pasta and small bites, and fresh seafood and creative cocktails are on the menu at the Lobster & Martini Bar. When it's time to retire to your room, you'll note this hotel's elegant accommodations feature minibars, satellite televisions and internet access, plus regal decor. Most rooms and suites also offer sweeping views of the mountains or Mediterranean coast. Recent guests were beyond impressed with this hotel, citing its gorgeous location, pleasant staff, well-maintained grounds and beautiful decor as reasons they'll return. What's more, the hotel is part of The Leading Hotels of the World, meaning Leaders Club members have access to perks here.
- #13View all PhotosBelmond Grand Hotel TimeoTaormina5.0-star Hotel ClassNestled within Mount Tauro's cliffs in the Sicilian city of Taormina, the Belmond Grand Hotel Timeo is a popular retreat for couples and families. In all of the property's 71 guest rooms and suites, you'll find neutral color palettes with hardwood floors, marble bathrooms and bright accent linens and throw pillows, plus in-room perks like free Wi-Fi and iPod docking stations. Rooms also include balconies or terraces with expansive views of the bay, city or Mount Etna. You'll also find picturesque vistas from the property's three restaurants, which specialize in Sicilian and Mediterranean fare, and The Literary Terrace & Bar. Other on-site amenities include several gardens, a spa and a heated swimming pool. Additionally, a private beach – accessible via the Belmond Grand Hotel Timeo's complimentary shuttle – is available at the hotel's sister property, the Belmond Villa Sant'Andrea. And if you stay during the summer months, consider participating in one of the hotel's free boat excursions around Sicily's east coast. Keep in mind, though, that the Belmond Grand Hotel Timeo is closed annually from mid-November to mid-March.
- #14View all PhotosPortrait FirenzeFlorence0.1 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel ClassKnown for its unparalleled bespoke service, the 37-room Portrait Firenze caters to guests' needs by adding personal touches in the rooms and providing suggestions for restaurants and attractions in Florence. That attention to detail can also be found in all rooms, designed by renowned Florentine architect Michele Bonan. Warm woods and soft grays decorate the rooms, and standard amenities include Nespresso coffee makers, bathrooms with separate showers and tubs and mini iPads that are free to use during your stay. Plus, many suites boast riverside views of the Ponte Vecchio. The Portrait Firenze, owned by the Ferragamo family, also houses the Borgo San Jacopo, a Michelin-starred restaurant that serves contemporary Italian cuisine, as well as Caffè dell'Oro, The Fusion Bar & Restaurant, the Picteau Cocktail Bar and the La Terrazza Rooftop Bar. Additionally, the property is home to the White Iris Beauty SPA by Comfort Zone, a full-service spa adorned in natural Tuscan wood and stone. Though several recent guests insisted on requesting a room with a view to justify the high price tag, most agreed that the hotel's top-notch service alone was worth it. And as a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, this property participates in the Leaders Club rewards program.
- #15View all PhotosBorgo EgnaziaFasano5.0-star Hotel ClassRecent guests can’t help but fawn over all that Borgo Egnazia has to offer its guests. The expansive hotel, which is located a short distance from the Apulian town of Savelletri, Italy, is made up of so many centuries-old stone buildings that you might need a map to get around. And although the images of crowded, beachside resorts where travelers are bumping elbows to get to beach and pool chairs might flash in front of your eyes, don’t worry, Borgo Egnazia is not that kind of place. Here, the evergreen grounds and old stone architecture keep the area a peaceful place to pass through year-round. Plus, rooms and villas are spread out pretty evenly, so you won’t be sharing a building with 20 or so rooms. Accommodations maintain the same kind of serenity found on the grounds, with elements such as neutral tones, stone accents and cozy amenities like plush linens and living areas. Rooms also feature modern conveniences like minibars, Wi-Fi access and LCD TVs with on-demand programming. You can also try one of the six restaurants on-site, indulge in a treatment at the Vair Spa or take advantage of on-site activities such as tennis, bike rides, golf at the San Domenico Golf Club, classes at the cooking school and so much more. There is even an on-site kids and teens club. However, recent guests caution that a stay here comes with a very big price tag.
- #16View all PhotosHassler RomaRome1.5 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel ClassSituated at the top of the Spanish Steps in the heart of Rome's historic downtown, Hassler Roma offers visitors prime access to the Trevi Fountain and a variety of shops and restaurants. You can also reach other attractions like the Colosseum and Santa Maria della Vittoria by taking the metro from Spagna station, which sits about a block away. But this property offers more than just a central location: Past guests praised the hotel's top-notch service and delectable breakfast buffet. However, while visitors said they found their accommodations to be comfortable and beautifully decorated, many noted that the standard room size is small for the price paid. Regardless of whether you choose a classically decorated room or a recently refurbished suite, you'll find marble bathrooms and in-room amenities like minibars and free Wi-Fi. The property is also home to a spa, a hair salon, two bars and two restaurants, including the Michelin-starred Imàgo, which offers panoramic views from the sixth floor. If you time your visit between October and April, consider grabbing a drink at the wood-centric Hassler Bar – a recommendation from recent guests. When Hassler Bar is not open, sip on a cocktail on the 7th Floor Terrace. Part of The Leading Hotels of the World, the property participates in the Leaders Club loyalty program.
- #17View all PhotosHotel de Russie, a Rocco Forte HotelRome1.9 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel ClassFor superb service and elegant yet comfortable accommodations, visitors suggest staying at Hotel de Russie. Like other properties associated with the Rocco Forte Hotels brand, Rome's Hotel de Russie sits within a traditional building fitting of its locale. Classic Italian features like marble bathrooms with Roman-style mosaics can also be found in all of the hotel's 86 guest rooms and suites. But should you desire modern conveniences like coffee makers, the property will provide them upon request. According to past guests, standard rooms are a bit small, though space was not an issue for travelers staying in suites. And in Signature suites, visitors will enjoy additional perks like one-way airport transfers in the property's Mercedes-Benz, personalized concierge services and complimentary breakfast for each day of your stay. After familiarizing yourself with your digs, enjoy a meal in the garden at Le Jardin de Russie (which diners note as worthwhile despite the occasionally slow service) before walking to nearby attractions like the Spanish Steps and the Galleria Borghese.
- #18View all PhotosMonastero Santa Rosa Hotel & SpaConca dei Marini5.0-star Hotel ClassMonastero Santa Rosa Hotel & Spa sits along Italy's picturesque Amalfi Coast in the quaint fishing town of Conca dei Marini. This boutique property, which has only 20 guest rooms and suites, was originally a monastery. All accommodations are named after herbs once used by the monastery's nuns for medicines they would create from the property's garden. Rooms combine modern amenities, such as flat-screen TVs and walk-in showers, with traditional Italian touches like vaulted arched ceilings and antique furnishings. Guests rave about the hotel's attentive staff, but it's the property's views that earn the most praise. Every room and suite overlooks the Tyrrhenian Sea, as well as the infinity-edge pool, outdoor fitness center, spa and tiered gardens. After exploring the grounds or Conca dei Marini, travelers can satiate their hunger by dining at the on-site Ristorante Il Refettorio. Though the standout at this eatery is its delectable Mediterranean fare, recent diners also appreciated the sea vistas found on the restaurant's terrace.
- #19View all PhotosBelmond Castello di CasoleCasole d\'Elsa5.0-star Hotel ClassRecent visitors praised this historic resort's stunning beauty. The estate's namesake castle was built in the late 10th century and was restored and converted into a hotel in 2012. Located in Casole d'Elsa, Italy, the property is surrounded by the farms and vineyards that make Tuscany's gastronomy world famous. The on-site restaurant Cip's by Cipriani features homemade pasta, fresh seafood and traditional Italian flavors in an elegant yet informal tmosphere. Guests can also enjoy cocktails at the lively Bar Visconti. Accommodations at Belmond Castello di Casole are spacious and elegant, with classic Tuscan hues like terra cotta, light blue and cypress green. All suites include complimentary Wi-Fi access, flat-screen TVs and free minibars. Bathrooms feature luxurious perks, such as heated towel racks, double showerheads and freestanding bathtubs. A few previous guests said that the service ought to be improved throughout the hotel, but even the most cynical visitors praised the exciting assortment of adventures available on-site. Activities include biking, horseback riding, golf, hiking and truffle hunting. For a more relaxing day, Belmond Castello di Casole offers art and cooking classes.
- #20View all PhotosThe St. Regis FlorenceFlorence0.6 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel ClassThe St. Regis Florence overlooks the Arno River near central Florence's shops and restaurants. Travelers describe the property's location as "perfect" thanks to its proximity to top attractions like the Uffizi Gallery and the Duomo. And, like other St. Regis outposts, The St. Regis Florence specializes in a variety of top-notch services, including private attraction tours with Bentley chauffeurs and access to tours of private art collections. When you've worked up an appetite, head to the hotel's Winter Garden by Caino, an upscale dining venue that has earned a Michelin star for its innovative Italian dishes. Former diners said the restaurant's setting was just as impressive as its food and service. You'll also find a wine cellar with more than 300 local and international wines on-site. After satiating your hunger and thirst, retire to your Italian-inspired digs, which feature Florentine, Medici and Renaissance details like frescoes and coffered ceilings. Upgrade to a premium room or suite for access to additional amenities like 24-hour butler service, Bose sound systems and separate showers and bathtubs. Because this hotel is part of the Marriott hotel family, Marriott Bonvoy members can earn and use points here.
- #21View all PhotosRosewood Castiglion Del BoscoMontalcino5.0-star Hotel ClassRosewood Castiglion Del Bosco sits in the heart of an 800-year-old, 5,000-acre country estate that is composed of ancient castle ruins, a medieval church and a historic village. Located in Montalcino in Tuscany, this Rosewood resort allows visitors to take in Italian culture from Val d'Orcia, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The hotel's suites and villas, which are all housed in historical buildings, contain antique furniture, locally sourced textiles and artisanal pieces. Accommodations also include more modern perks like complimentary Wi-Fi access, Nespresso coffee makers and flat-screen TVs. Dining at Rosewood Castiglion Del Bosco garnered universal acclaim from recent guests, but many also bemoaned the on-site restaurants' high prices. Ristorante Campo del Drago serves classic Italian dishes in an upscale environment, while Osteria La Canonica provides traditional Tuscan fare in a casual environment. The resort also offers cooking classes (for a fee) for foodies and a variety of wine tours and tastings for aspiring sommeliers. To work off the delicious meals, guests can make use of this Rosewood outpost's fitness center, infinity pool, and bike and hiking trails. They can also take their relaxation to the next level at the property's spa.
- #22View all PhotosHotel LungarnoFlorence0.2 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel ClassThis property overlooking the Arno river in Florence underwent a major renovation in 2017, and travelers could not be more impressed. Offering stunning views of the Ponte Vecchio, Hotel Lungarno features nautical stylings and a living room suspended above the river. The blue, white and leather interiors extend to the accommodations, which boast antique furniture and original artwork. (The hotel features more than 400 pieces of fine art from artists like Picasso and Guidi). More modern amenities include blackout shades, coffee and tea makers, flat-screen TVs, complimentary loaner iPads and free Wi-Fi access. Upgraded rooms and suites offer more square footage and extra perks like separate sitting areas, minibars and balconies with river vistas. Recent guests described their rooms as beautiful and comfortable. Travelers were also complimentary of the on-site restaurants, especially the Michelin-starred Borgo San Jacopo, which serves contemporary Italian cuisine and houses a wine cellar with 900 labels. For a lighter meal, visitors can dine at the Picteau Lounge Bar, which also offers afternoon tea and views of the river from its terrace. While past guests said this Small Luxury Hotels of the World property was stunning and posh, they cited the friendly, attentive staff as the highlight of their stays.
- #23View all PhotosAman VeniceVenice1.7 miles to city center4.5-star Hotel ClassAman Venice is a 4.5 star hotel located at Calle Tiepolo Baiamonte, 1364 in Venice. It has a 4.5 overall guest rating based on 180 reviews.
- #24View all PhotosHotel Il PellicanoPorto Ercole5.0-star Hotel ClassHotel Il Pellicano was the place to be in the 1960s and '70s, when European royals and stars like Charlie Chaplin and Henry Fonda made this place their second home. Today, the luxury hotel is still filled with timeless glamour, which can be found everywhere from the designer couture in the property's boutique to the Michelin-starred Italian cuisine at Pellicano Restaurant. Other lavish amenities include a wine cellar with approximately 1,000 bottles of wine, a spa with Florentine Santa Maria Novella beauty products, a tennis court and a beach club with a heated saltwater pool. The elegance continues throughout the guest rooms and suites, all of which feature marble bathrooms and free Wi-Fi access. Upgrade to a master suite for extra perks like a private saltwater pool, a terrace with Mediterranean views and a fireplace. Recent guests said the beds were incredibly comfortable and also praised the hotel's friendly staff and the casual Tuscan-style cuisine offered at Pelligrill. And while some appreciated the property's more remote location in Porto Ercole, others wished it was situated closer to town for easier access to the area's restaurants and shops. Part of The Leading Hotels of the World, the property participates in the Leaders Club loyalty program. Note: This hotel closes for the winter season.
- #25View all PhotosVilla d'EsteCernobbio5.0-star Hotel ClassPerched on the shores of Lake Como, Villa d'Este is a quintessential Italian resort housed in a former 16th-century estate. The expansive grounds include acres of landscaped gardens awash with topiaries and statues. Inside, the opulent hotel – decorated in antique furniture and original artwork – features a sauna and Turkish bath, a beauty center, pools, a golf simulator, and three restaurants and three bars. However, some guests felt the Fitness-focused amenities like a gym, squash and tennis courts, a jogging trail and water sports equipment are also available. The 152 guest rooms and suites are spread across two buildings – the Cardinal Building and Queen's Pavilion – and are all individually decorated with traditional furnishings and luxe fabrics like silk and velvet. Classic rooms include large windows, chandeliers, marble bathrooms, minibars, flat-screen TVs and either walk-in closets or large armoires. Guests found the rooms to be gorgeous, and also raved about the welcoming and friendly staff, stating that everyone went out of their way to make them feel at home.
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