The Hotel Savoy is ideally situated for exploring Florence. It is located in the centre of Florence on the Piazza della Repubblica. Decorated throughout by Olga Polizzi, the contemporary, though comfortable, style reflects Rocco Forte Hotels' refined elegance.
There is a ground floor restaurant, the “L’Incontro”, offering traditional and innovative Tuscan cuisine and fine regional wines. Open-air dining at the tables on the Piazza della Repubblica is also possible during the summer months. The hotel offers elegant, modern, contemporary style rooms with a more streamlined design for luxurious living.
Set on 230 hectares with over a mile of private Mediterranean coastline on the south-west coast of Sicily, Verdura Resort offers three Kyle Phillips golf courses, a 60-metre infinity pool, six clay tennis courts, a world-class spa, four restaurants, five bars and much more. It’s a place with a true sense of space and uninterrupted views of the azure waters from your private terrace. Above all, it’s a place where you’ll discover an outstanding level of serviceSicily
A long and fascinating history, timeless elegance, gourmet menus designed by a Michelin-starred chef, together with breathtaking views over the bay of Naples, make Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria the place to stay in Sorrento.
Situated on the romantic Amalfi coastline, the hotel’s dramatic central position ensures the best views in Sorrento, including majestic Mount Vesuvius in the distance.
While offering the amenities and services expected by today’s travellers, the hotel is steeped in history and intriguing stories. Still family run after five generations, it combines classic Grand Hotel elegance with the charm and coziness of its seaside setting.
The hotel counts many famous names amongst its guests, including artists, royalty, musicians, and actors - its stunning terraces have even been used in film sets.
Meticulous attention to detail is apparent everywhere from the guest rooms to the many private spaces in which to relax. It is evident in the cuisine and exemplary guest services that make you feel truly at home. And it continues outside to the hotel’s enchanting garden – a haven of peace in the middle of a bustling tourist town.Sorrento
Hotel de la Ville is a historical 18-century palazzo located atop the Spanish Steps with sweeping views of the Eternal City.
The hotel’s 104 rooms and suites are amongst the most elegant and spacious in Rome, and the signature suites offer unrivalled panoramic views of the city from their large terraces. The hotel is home to six innovative food and beverage outlets with diverse menus ranging from all day dining at Da Sistina, serving authentic trattoria style food with modern touches, to Mosaico, the hotel’s main restaurant serving Mediterranean gourmet cuisine that overlooks the courtyard. The bold Julep bar offers a variety of cocktails whilst the rooftop terrace bar, Cielo, entertains guests with creatively crafted drinks and memorable views of the Roman skyline.
Bringing a piece of Sicily to Rome, the 550 square metre Rocco Forte Spa is an all-encompassing healthy retreat for physical and spiritual wellness cocooned in the centre of the bustling Italian capital.Rome
Masseria Torre Maizza is a renovated 16th-century farmhouse, located in Puglia’s picturesque area of Savelletri di Fasano, lavishly draped in ivy and surrounded by centuries-old olive trees.
The resort features 40 generous rooms and suites with stunning views of the Apulian countryside, including the magnificent two-bedroom Torre Suite, located on the top floor of the masseria’s original tower.
At the heart of the resort is the local cuisine, using local Apulian ingredients and a menu of authentic Italian dishes for the hotel’s restaurant, Carosello, which overlooks the ancient orchard, the poolside restaurant and the sunset rooftop bar.
Guests have a variety of amenities to choose from while staying at the resort including a 20 metre pool, a 9-hole executive golf course, access to a private beach club, fitness centre and spa treatments at the Rocco Forte SpaPuglia
The Hotel de Russie acquired its name in the 19th-century when it was frequented by Russian dignitaries visiting the city. Boasting an ideal location between two of the most beautiful and famous squares in Rome - Piazza del Popolo and Piazza di Spagna - this contemporary luxury hotel features 121 rooms, including 33 Suites. The recently renovated rooms are spacious and décor is soothing, yet rich in traditional features and modern amenities.
Le Jardin du Russie Restaurant offers a delicious selection of traditional Italian favourites, made with fresh local ingredients sourced daily from the markets. The famous Stravinskij Bar spills out onto the hotel’s private Piazzetta Valadier and is perfect for an Italian espresso, an exotic cocktail or an after-dinner drink. Guests wishing to escape the bustle of Rome can also relax and rejuvenate at the De Russie Spa.
With its fantastic location, this hotel is ideal for guests seeking 21st-century sophistication in the heart of some of Rome’s most historical and photographed sights.
Discover history, majesty and serenity at Villa Igiea: a turn-of-the-century palazzo at the perimeter of vivid Palermo, the foot of Mount Pellegrino and the Gulf of Palermo. A long-loved seaside-meets-city sanctuary for royalty, dignitaries and Hollywood luminaries, trace their paths through tiered villa gardens that sweep down to the port and out to the Tyrrhenian Sea; on excursions to Palermo’s bustling markets, Baroque palaces and ancient sites, or yacht trips along its picturesque coast; and through Villa Igiea’s Italian restaurants, atmospheric bars and palatial Art Nouveau interior, revitalised as a Rocco Forte hotel.Palermo
Magnificently housed in a Byzantine Tower and adjacent to the Medieval Church of San Michele in Palchetto, Brunelleschi Hotel is a historical Florentine landmark. Located in the heart of Florence, a few steps from the Duomo, Piazza della Signoria and the most fashionable shopping streets, Brunelleschi Hotel boasts 96 elegant rooms and suites, some of which offer breathtaking views of Brunelleschi's Dome and the city's most important monuments. Moreover, the interconnecting family accommodations to enjoy visiting Florence with your family.
The Brunelleschi Hotel has two restaurants, 2 Michelin Star Restaurant Santa Elisabetta, with only seven tables in the exclusive setting of the Byzantine Pagliazza Tower, and the more traditional Osteria Pagliazza.
A private on-site museum with Roman ruins is available to all guests.Florence