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Situated on a top of a hill, 350 m. above sea level, the five-star Palazzo Avino majestically overlooks the famous Amalfi coastline with its colourful fishing villages and fascinating artistic treasures and landscape. Originally built in the 12th century and subsequently restored with luxurious and impeccable taste, Palazzo Avino is a complete... more
A dramatically reborn 15th century monastery with a mere 98 rooms and suites, the intimate Four Seasons is steps away from Milan's couture houses and financial district on the exclusive Via Gesù. The Four Seasons Milan features a well-equipped fitness center, exceptional meeting and function space hosting 12 to 300 with access to the sunken... more
S. Cristina's XVII Century Castle lies in a strategic position between Siena (in the Chianti area) and Rome. The estate still belongs to the original family, after 300 years. Right next to the castle a typical XVIII Century "Casale" has just been restored to offer a comfortable and warm hospitality in its picturesque apartments or rooms. The castle... more
The Ambasciatori Palace Hotel, almost a century old, is a historic building located on one of the most famous streets in the world in the heart of Rome. The furnishings combine the new and the old in harmony with the tradition of the palace but the most modern ammenities are provided. The cuisine is second to none, serving the best of traditional... more
The Hotel Gritti has welcomed Kings and Queens, Prime Ministers and Presidents, giants of the literary world and theatrical immortals. The hotel's distinguished elegance and efficient but discrete service reflect it's guest's highest standards. Small and intimate, the Gritti is located in the center of Venice near St. Marks' Square... more
On the shores of the Tiranean Sea, below the steeply rising dwellings of Positano, is the Hotel Covo dei Saraceni, a former fisherman's house whose name "Covo of the Saracens" is a reminder of the marauding pirates who once tormented Italy's Amalfi Coast.... more