Italy Hotels and Resorts
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- Hotel La Scalinatella: La Scalinatella is an intimate hotel with the feel of a private villa boasting terraces with panoramic ocean views. Luxurious and peaceful, you won’t want to leave! Room rates include breakfast. Opt for a room with a partial sea or full sea views.Address: Via Tragara 8-80073, Capri
Tel: +39 081-837-0633.
Fax: +39 081-837-8291.E-mail: [email protected]
- Hotel Caruso: The Hotel Caruso, with its breathtaking views of the Gulf of Salerno, has attracted celebrities such as Greta Garbo, writer Gore Vidal, and former first lady Jackie O. Her namesake suite, the Jackie O, is the hotel’s most luxurious, complete with a private pool. All guests are free to enjoy the most dramatic infinity pool on the Amalfi Coast. As an additional perk, the hotel’s fishing boat will provide free tours of the rugged and picturesque Amalfi coastal cliffs.Address: Piazza San Giovanni Del Toro 2, 84010 Ravello-Amalfi Coast.
Tel: +39 01 852-67890 for reservations, 1 (800) 237-1236 toll freeE-mail: [email protected]
- Grand Hotel Villa Serbelloni: Romance abounds in this little town tucked into the mountains of Italy’s Lake District. Ask for a room with a lake view balcony, and spend your time relaxing by the hotel’s waterside terrace or walking amid the fragrant gardens.Address: Via Roma 1, Bellagio 22021-The Lake District
Fax: +39 031-95-1529E-mail: [email protected]
- Westin Excelsior: The Westin Excelsior redefines luxury from its prime location in central Florence overlooking the Ponte Vecchio and the Arno River, and just steps away from the Uffizi museum. The hotel, formerly a palace owned by Napoleon Bonaparte’s sister Carolina, is furnished with 19th century antiques, walnut furniture and neo-classical frescoes. The high-ceilinged guest rooms and terraces overlooking bustling Florence allows you to relax and take it all in.Address: Piazza Ognissanti 3, Florence 50123
Tel: +39 055 271-51
Fax: +39 055 210-278E-mail: [email protected]
- Hotel Gritti Palace: Occupying a prime location on the Grand Canal, Hotel Gritti Palace was built in 1525 as residence of Doge Andrea Gritti. A leisurely stroll from Piazza San Marco, the palazzo awards rare views of Santa Maria della Salute. Guests can expect luxurious treatment and excellent service. The corner room doubles on the second and third floors may not be as large as some other rooms, but they do offer balconies overlooking the canals. Ernest Hemingway fans may consider splurging for the chance to stay in his “home in Venice” suite.Address: Campo Santa Maria del Giglio, Venice 30124
Tel: 800-325-3535 (US) or +39 041-79-4611 (Italy)E-mail: [email protected]