Six City Retreats in Italy
Follow the path from North to South to explore six historic Italian cities through the splendid interiors of these boutique hotels. Enchanting locations and sophisticated design will be a stunning backdrop for your summer travels.
Discover the address of the sophisticated boutique hotel in Milan that complements the city’s stylish downtown: Senato Hotel Milano. A stately city center neoclassical style private residence recently converted to a striking spot where guests can experience the real Milan. The project was developed by promising architect Alessandro Bianchi, including 43 rooms furnished in bespoke design, elegance, and classic Milanese hospitality.
Oltrarno Splendid rises in the heart of Florence surrounded by the majestic Basilica di Santo Spirito and a panoramic view on the traditional red terracotta roofs of the Tuscan capital. Whether you want to discover the masterpieces held in Uffizi Gallery or take a walk through the green heart of the Bardini Gardens, the eagerness to explore the city will be granted by the centrality of this boutique hotel, ideal for real adventurers led by curiosity and seeking endless feelings.
The glorious aesthetic of Oltrarno Splendid's 18th-century palazzo has been preserved intact by architect Francesco Maestrelli, who then conjugated the Renaissance building with modern designs. The aim of the project led by Florentine brothers Marco and Matteo Perduca was to devise a strong character for all the environments, which already prestigious and rich in history, added to the pursue of the brothers' passion for the ‘hotel particuler’.
Celebrated by artists, singers, and renowned writers, Rome carries an exceptional amount of history and traditions capable of inspiring every wanderer and guest that embarks on the experience of visiting the Eternal City. By walking through the historical remains of the Roman Empire and the stunning gardens build inside the ancient Palazzi, everyone can breathe the moving atmosphere of being in a different time.
The city of Matera has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1993 and is celebrated for the importance of its one-of-a-kind architectural heritage, housing today hundreds of different bars, shops, museums, and even hotels. Here, the Sextantio project was born, a series of different rooms scattered around Matera to give its guests an unforgettable experience.
The Sextantio lies on the Civita side, the older part of Matera, and is comprised of 18 different rooms located all around the hill and between the rocks, as the owners call them. This ambitious project was born with a clear mission of renovating, elevating, and upgrading the original heritage of the land beginning with its unique and almost primitive residential structures.