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Best Luxury Hotels in Italy

Italy has a different face and a plethora of luxury hotels to enjoy. From the chic Milan fashion houses and historic treasures of Venice and Rome to the hills of Tuscany, there is something for every visitor. Add great food, world-class wines and cheeses and you will be spoiled for choice!

Rome

Once the site of a powerful Roman Empire and the home of the Vatican, Rome has an unmatched history. Ancient monuments, churches and Renaissance palaces feature artworks, murals and treasures, making this a must-see. 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 St Regis Grand is a truly luxurious five-star hotel on Via Vittorio Emanuele Orlando. Luxurious furnishings, murals and sparkling chandeliers in Belle Époque style.

Venice

Venice is one of the best places to visit in the world. The small boulevards perched on the lagoon seem unchanged from 600 years ago.Travel around by vaporetti or private water taxis, or take a gondola cruise, which is the epitome of the romance of Venice. Enjoy all the attractions on Piazza San Marco, including the Cathedral, the Bell Tower, and the Doge’s Palace.

Where to stay in Venice

After a day of sightseeing, relax in one of the best luxury hotels in Venice’s lagoon. Cipriani is located on the small island of La Giudecca, minutes from St Mark’s Basilica by water taxi. Relax in the garden, cool off in the pool and enjoy views of Venice as the sun sets over the city skyline.

Florence

Florence is truly an art lover’s paradise. But when you have world-class galleries, murals, the Bargello Museum, and the Galleria del’Accademia. And there’s still so much to enjoy. The cobbled streets and squares hide medieval towers, fountains, countless monuments and churches. The Duomo is a piedé fortress with a magnificent dome, baptistery and bell tower.

Where to stay in Florence

The magnificent converted medieval monastery at Villa San Michele will draw attention. Designed by Michelangelo, this luxury Florence hotel with a Michelangelo façade is surrounded by parks and forests and overlooks the city from its unique hilltop location.