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As the birthplace of the Roman Empire and the Italian Maritime Republics, Italy is a country immersed in history. The capital region of Lazio is home to the city of Rome and its collection of historic sites like the Roman Forum, the Colosseum, and Saint Peter’s Basilica. The neighboring region of Tuscany offers more attractions to experience such as the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, the Palazzo Vecchio, and the Piazza dei Miracoli. Veneto and the City of Venice feature landmarks that include the Piazza San Marco, the Teatro Olimpico, and the Villa La Rotonda. In Naples, the Catacombe di San Gennaro, Castel dell’Ovo, and the Palazzo Reale embody the Mediterranean heritage of southern Italy. Sites like Val Camonica and the Reggia di Venaria Reale to the north showcase the dramatic and unique history of the Italian Alps.
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Palazzo Caracciolo Napoli - MGallery by Sofitel
The history of the Hotel Palazzo Caracciolo Napoli – MGallery by Sofitel has its roots in the Neapolitan aristocracy. The hotel draws its name from the Caracciolo di Santo Buono, who were a powerful family who played a central role in the history of southern Italy, especially the Kingdoms of Naples and Sicily.
Grand Hotel Villa Igiea Palermo - MGallery by Sofitel
The picturesque Grand Hotel Villa Igiea Palermo - MGallery by Sofitel overlooks the crystal blue waters of the Porto dell’ Acquasanta, a spectacular marina in Sicily’s capital city of Palermo. This five-star luxury hotel was first built as a luxurious personal villa by English admiral Cecil Domville in the late-19th century.
Aleph Rome Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton
With personalized service for a tailor-made experience, stay at Aleph Rome Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton for its unique and luxurious accommodations. This historic hotel opened in 1930 as the Central Institute of Savings Bank. The bank was closed in the 1990s and it reopened as a hotel in 2003.
D.O.M Hotel offers luxurious accommodations on Rome's historic Via Guilia.
Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese
The luxurious Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese takes its name from the neighboring Villa Borghese Pinciana, a beautiful, Renaissance-Era palace where the prominent Borghese family once resided for centuries.
La Bagnaia Golf & Spa Resort Siena, Curio Collection by Hilton
La Bagnaia Golf & Spa Resort Siena, Curio Collection by Hilton was once a medieval village that dates back to the 11th century. Attilio Monti, the Knight of Labor, acquired the Tenuta La Bagnaia in 1954, and his daughter, Marisa Riffeser Monti, made the resort an example of esteemed Tuscan hospitality. The lush, wooded Tuscan landscape provides the perfect backdrop to this historic resort, with the city of Siena, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, located nearby.
NH Collection Turin Piazza Carlina
The NH Collection Turin Piazza Carlina is a short walk to the Royal Palace of Turin, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, along with 13 other residences of the House of Savoy. Without changing its original architecture or fascinating history, this charming and elegant 17th century building, set around a beautiful courtyard, has been renovated into a unique four-star hotel.
Hilton Molino Stucky Venice
On the banks of Giudecca Island resides Hiltons Molino Stucky Venice hotel, an iconic building that has defined the Venetian landscape for more than a century. The pinnacle of industrialist Giovanny Stucky’s commercial empire, the Molino Stucky originally functioned as one of Europe’s largest mills from the 1880s until the 1950s.
Hotel Papadopoli Venezia - MGallery by Sofitel
A part of Sofitel’s celebrated MGallery Collection, the Hotel Papadopoli Venezia is a lovely romantic getaway hidden within the heart of Venice. Romance is part of the hotel’s very essence.
NH Collection Grand Hotel Convento di Amalfi
Housed in a 13th-century monastery, which once was home to Cistercians monks and Cappuccini friars, the Grand Hotel Convento di Amalfi is perched on a cliff top high above sea level with spectacular views of Amalfi and the Mediterranean Coast and only steps away from the historic city center and the harbor of Amalfi.
Hotel Villa Cipriani
Nestled in "the City of a Hundred Horizons," Hotel Villa Cipriani is the ideal spot for travelers seeking an enchanting Northeast Italian destination, surrounded by a beautiful landscape with endless views.
Bernini Palace Hotel
The Bernini Palace Hotel dates back to 1500 when it started out as a castle. Guests can take in the rich history of the building and of Florence from the comfort and elegance of the plush guestrooms with modern amenities.
Grand Hotel Tremezzo
Lake Como, Tremezzo, Italy
Immersed in the beauty of Lake Como offering a spectacular view of the glorious ancient town of Bellagio, and the surrounding Alps, the century old Grand Hotel Tremezzo is a treasured example of the finest authentic Italian-liberty Art Nouveau palaces. With period furnishings, intricate in detail, and unparalleled views, Grand Hotel Tremezzo envelopes the decadent ambiance throughout the walls and invites a sensation of harmony and tranquility.
Venice is a historic city which strikes the eye and the heart with the cultural wealth of its fascinating architecture, classic music, and authentic regional cuisine. Described as one of the most romantic and beautiful cities ever built, Venice has been known as the “City of Water,” “The Floating City,” and “Queen of the Adriatic.”
San Clemente Palace Kempinski
San Clemente Palace Kempinski is set on a private island in the heart of the Venetian Lagoon. San Clemente Island played a key role in the history of the Republic of Venice, and for centuries it housed a monastery. The stunning San Clemente Church, built in the 12th century and among the oldest ones in Venice, reminds visitors of the monastic settlement.