Italy evokes images of rolling green hills with ancient hilltop villages and pinstripe vineyards, beautiful stretches of coastline, stylish islands, dramatic lakes, and everything from historic cities to floating ones. It promises to combine history, culture, art and cuisine all in one unforgettable trip.
Families will enjoy the Hotel Village cottages which are set around a central swimming pool and piazza, or the prestige rooms at the Spazio Oasi (meaning Oasis Space) with its own swimming pool located close to the mini club. The five star Hotel Laguna is ideal for adults, offering luxurious sea view rooms and easier access to the beauty centre.
The Belmond Grand Hotel Timeo dates back to 1873 and successfully recreates the atmosphere and splendour of a bygone era. Taormina’s first hotel is surrounded by luxurious parkland filled with olive and cypress trees, magnolias and bougainvillea. Most richly furnished rooms overlook the sea and Mount Etna, whilst the suites evoke the grandeur of the Sicilian Baroque period.
Located on one of the most impressive areas of the Italian Riviera with stunning views over both the Mediterranean and Rapallo’s quaint little marina, the Excelsior Palace has been elegantly restored with rooms offering a seamless blend of traditional 19th century opulence and contemporary comforts.
Undoubtedly the most exclusive hotel on Lake Maggiore, the Grand Hotel Des Iles Borromées represents beauty and luxury, all combined with first-class facilities and enchanting views of the Borromean Islands and the Alps.
Surrounded by terraces and gardens, the Hotel Santa Caterina stands on one of the best stretches of the breathtaking Amalfi Coast. The charm of the exquisitely tasteful interior blends perfectly with this superb five star hotel, making it the ideal setting to unwind in superior surroundings and a stunning location.
Croatia is a country that's big on natural beauty. Its interior is a patchwork of vineyards, forests, olive groves and lakes, while along the coastline you'll find white-pebble beaches, beautifully clear waters and a generous sprinkling of pine-clad islands. The main cities, Split and Dubrovnik, tick all the boxes when it comes to al fresco dining and age-old sites.
At the Hotel Monte Mulini exceptional service is perfectly combined with a relaxing atmosphere and contemporary design, ensuring your stay here will be truly special.
Located a short distance from Dubrovnik's Old Town on the beautiful Lapad peninsula, Hotel Dubrovnik Palace combines great facilities with stunning views. The Old Town is easily accessible by the local bus and is approximately a 10 minute drive away by taxi.
Located 11 kilometres from the historic city of Dubrovnik, the Sun Gardens Dubrovnik boasts a range of contemporary rooms and suites, a luxury award-winning spa and 16 restaurants and bars to choose from.
Located right beside the old town, the Cornaro Hotel is set in a traditional building with modern comforts and facilities. The hotel prides itself on its use of local products including homemade wine, and traditional flavours of Dalmatia can be found on the breakfast buffet.