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Palazzo Dei Mercanti
This 16th-century palazzo was once part of the Sant’Egido convent...
You won't regret going the extra mile to this boutique hotel on the rocks, with fabulous views of Orvieto from its hilltop hamlet perch. This stunning country house conversion has been designed with the utmost taste...
Fattoria Il Poggio
It's an HI youth hostel but you'd never know it. Nestled in gardens on the tranquil islet of Isola Polvese, this eco-minded farmstead has bright, spick-and-span rooms and gorgeous lake views...
Orvieto's captivating Duomo is almost close enough to touch at Hotel Duomo, where the church bells will most likely be your wake-up call...
Hotel Dei Duchi
Next to a tidy park just outside the old town, this is a purpose build rather than a renovation. So although the rooms are spacious, contemporary and well kept, they aren't exactly oozing old-world charm...
It's hard to believe, but this is the world's only chocolate-themed hotel...
Brufani Palace Hotel
From its hilltop perch, this five-star hotel has captivating views of the valley below and hills beyond...
Right by the Chiesa Nuova, Hotel Alexander has just a few rooms. Try to get the one on the top floor, which is huge and has great countryside views...
A restored 16th-century palace it may be, but 'palatial' it is not. However, after a full renovation, the mustiness is (mostly) gone but the historical touches remain...
In the capable hands of the friendly Gasparini family, Clipper is literally steps from the beach and a five-minute stroll from the centre...
Not many places offer the history, atmosphere and comfort of this 16th-century palazzo ...
Hotel San Sebastiano
Near Perugia's university is an old-school family-style pensione . Its side-street location guarantees a good night's sleep in its sparse rooms.
You'll need to be in shape, as this hotel is a stiff walk up the hill and two flights of steps, but it's worth it...
Hotel San Luca
Once a convent and now a heavenly boutique hotel, the San Luca has polished service and refined interiors to rival any of the five-stars in Umbria, yet the atmosphere is relaxed enough to cater to cyclists and walkers...
La Residenza Dei Cappuccini
Up the steep, winding lane lies this little gem of a B&B, which plays up the historic charm with its atrium of exposed stone and beams. All rooms come with kitchenettes and a DIY breakfast basket. Loveliest of all is Saio, with its own fireplace...
Primavera Mini Hotel
This central hotel run by a dedicated English- and French-speaking mother-daughter team is tucked in a quiet corner...
The imposing marbled entrance of this former seminary makes way for plain but comfortable rooms outfitted with TVs, minibars and radios. Some rooms have fantastic views of the palace.
With a sauna, fireplace and an outdoor terrace, the Charleston is an enticing location in both winter and summer. The 17th-century building has been thoroughly renovated with double-paned windows, parquet floors and handsome modern furniture...
One of Le Marche's most stunning beachfront hotels, this former Napoleonic fort begs for a romantic tryst...
If you want central and quiet, aren't too fussed about the up-to-dateness of your facilities and don't mind carrying your luggage up four floors, this option is a fabulous bet...
Set behind the Palazzo Ducale, the Italia could not be better positioned. Modern and well designed, the shuttered townhouse is restfully quiet and staff are genuinely friendly. In warmer months, take breakfast on the balcony.
Castello Di Monterone
Ever fancied spending the night in a medieval castle? This is the real McCoy, with all the turreted, ivy-clad, vaulted trappings you would imagine...