Italy has many different faces and many luxury hotels for you to enjoy. From the chic and sophisticated fashion houses of Milan, the historic gems of Venice and Rome to the rolling hills of Tuscany, there is something for every visitor. Add top-notch cuisine and world-class wines and cheeses and you’re in for a culinary feast too!
Once home to the mighty Roman Empire and the Vatican, Rome has an unparalleled history. Ancient monuments, churches and Renaissance palaces hold priceless artworks, frescoes and treasures, making them a must-see destination. Whether you’re interested in ancient history, art, architecture or fashion, Rome has it all.
Where to Stay in Rome
Listed by Frommers as one of the best luxury hotels in Rome, the St Regis Grand is a truly luxurious 5 star luxury hotel on Via Vittorio Emanuele in Orlando. This palatial Roman palace is lavishly decorated with ornate furniture, frescoes and Belle Époque-inspired gleaming chandeliers.
Venice is one of the loveliest places in the world. Located on the lagoon, its tight streets seem unchanged from 600 years ago. Get around on a vaporetto or private water taxi, or take a gondola ride for the epitome of Venice’s romance. Enjoy all the sights of Piazza San Marco, including the Cathedral, Campanile and Doge’s Palace.
Where to Stay in Venice
After a hard day of sightseeing, you can rest in one of the best luxury hotels on the Venetian Lagoon. The Cipriani is located on the small island of La Giudecca, just a few minutes by water taxi from St. Mark’s Basilica. Relax in the garden, cool off in the swimming pool and admire the views of Venice at sunset.
Florence is a true art lover’s paradise, but there’s so much more to see as you feast your eyes on world-class art galleries, frescoes, the Bargello Museum and the Accademia Gallery. Cobblestone streets and squares hide medieval towers, fountains, monuments and countless churches. The cathedral is famous for its magnificent dome, baptistery and bell tower.
Where to Stay in Florence
The gorgeously remodeled medieval abbey of the Villa Saint-Michel is sure to appeal. Facade designed by Michelangelo, Luxury Hotels in Florence Surrounded by parkland and woodland, it overlooks the city from its unique hillside location.