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Bauer Palladio Hotel & Spa
Giudecca, Lido & the Southern Islands
Splash out in a serene, Palladio-designed former cloister with San Marco views, private solar-powered boat service and a superb spa...
Pensione Accademia Villa Maravege
Sestiere di Dorsoduro
Step through the ivy-covered gate of this 17th-century garden villa just off the Grand Canal, and you’ll forget you’re a block from the Accademia...
Hotel Atelier Sul Mare
Founded by Antonio Presti, the entrepreneur and art collector behind the town's Fiumara d'Arte project, this utterly whimsical hotel at the water's edge has 22 'art rooms' conceptualised and realised by Italian and international artists between 1990 a...
Hotel Residence Torino Centro
The best player in the field by a good stretch is this chic, upgraded convent right behind the Porta Susa train station. Smart modern furnishings combine with old mosaic floors in huge rooms with all the mod cons...
Hostel Of The Sun
Recently renovated and constantly winning accolades, HOTS is an ultrafriendly hostel near the port. Located on the 7th floor (have €0...
Monti, Esquilino & San Lorenzo
A hostel in name only, this pearl of a place offers hotel-standard rooms sleeping from two to four, each with its own en-suite bathroom and decorated in tasteful low-key style – think beamed ceilings, wooden floors, French windows, black and white fr...
Window-shoppers wouldn't know it, but Mondrian lurks three flights up in this Genoese palazzo (mansion). Themed on various modern artists, the rooms at the cleverly put-together Cairoli exhibit the personalities and works of various famous artists...
Cheap accommodation shouldn't compromise on comfort is the much-appreciated philosophy of this modern 10-room hostel, snug on the 1st floor of Baron Ricasoli's 17th-century palazzo with dreamy interior courtyard and terrace...
Wedged between Prada and McQueen, this is a splendid mix of old-fashioned charm and value for money...
This overwhelmingly friendly hotel with 10 spacious home-like rooms is the passion and unrelenting love of world travellers-turned-parents Marco and Samanta ('running the hotel is like travelling without moving')...
Hotel Villa Eva
A veritable rural retreat, Villa Eva is hidden among fruit and olive trees, which are strung with hammocks. The rooms have lashings of white linen – and character, including tiled fireplaces and domed ceilings...
Campo Regio Relais
Siena's most charming hotel has only six rooms, all individually decorated and luxuriously equipped. Breakfast is served in the sumptuously decorated lounge or on the terrace, with a sensational view of the duomo and Torre del Mangia.
Al Pozzo Dei Desideri
Three rooms-with-a-view (two over the Tuscan countryside and one over the town's main piazza) are on offer in this recently opened B&B. All have a charming decor, stylish modern bathrooms, a fridge and tea- and coffee-making facilities...
B&B Via Dell'astrologo
A gem in the historic centre, this small B&B is tastefully decorated with polished wooden floors, white bedspreads, and good quality art work. Brothers Mario and Marco are a mine of information on Cosenza and Calabria in general.
Right by its namesake clock tower in the pedestrianised old town, fine art and artefacts, and soft gold, brown and olive furnishings and terracotta floors make this boutique hotel a gem...
Monti, Esquilino & San Lorenzo
More boutique chic than backpacker crash pad, the Beehive is one of the best hostels in town...
Grand Hotel Vesuvio
Known for bedding legends – past guests include Rita Hayworth and Humphrey Bogart – this five-star heavyweight is a decadent wonderland of dripping chandeliers, period antiques and opulent rooms...
Hotel Palazzo Abadessa
Sestiere di Cannaregio
Evenings seem enchanted in this opulent 1540 Venetian palazzo, with staff fluffing pillows, plying guests with prosecco, arranging water taxis to the opera and plotting irresistible marriage proposals...
Hotel Villa Belvedere
Built in 1902, the jaw-droppingly pretty Villa Belvedere was one of the original grand hotels, well-positioned with fabulous views and luxuriant gardens, which are a particular highlight...
Sestiere di Castello
Whether you’re coming from cutting-edge art at the Biennale or baroque masterpieces at the Palazzo Ducale, this tranquil all-white retreat with a lily pond in the garden is a welcome reprieve from the visual onslaught of Venice...
Hotel Alma Domus
Owned by the Catholic diocese and still home to six Dominican nuns, this convent now operates as a budget hotel. And though its prices are low, the standard of its recently renovated 4th floor rooms are anything but...
Providing another lesson in Italian interior design, the Met doesn’t miss a trick...