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Hidden among the rolling hills of Tuscany lies COMO Castello Del Nero, Tuscany — in easy driving distance of the Renaissance cities of Florence and Siena. At the heart of this historic 740-acre estate is a twelfth-century castle layered with Renaissance frescoes and contemporary design, with interiors by Paola Navone. The resort offers Michelin-starred dining experiences with estate-to-table Tuscan produce and meaningful wellness therapies at COMO Shambhala Retreat.
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Boasting unparalleled views over Bellagio and the rose-tinted Grigne mountains, the Grand Hotel Tremezzo, a family-run business for over a century of history, is a symbol of the warmest Italian hospitality and the place-to-be on Lake Como to enjoy the flavors of a real vacation. Built in 1910, it combines fabulous period décor characterized by vibrant colors and reflecting the exuberance of times past with contemporary luxuries to make every lakeside vacation truly extraordinary.
Midway between Avenue Montaigne and Rue du Faubourg St-Honoré, a stone’s throw from the Champs-Elysées, La Réserve Paris – Hôtel and Spa overlooks some of the city’s key sights: the Eiffel Tower, the Pantheon, the Grand Palais, and the Concorde obelisk. Just in front, a majestic curtain of trees preserves the area’s intimacy, like an echo of the Elysée gardens close by.
When hotelier César Ritz opened St. Regis Rome, in 1894, this grand urban manor represented the last word in refined European hospitality. Today, a sapient €50 million restoration by renowned interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, completed in Summer 2018, honors that proud legacy by reimagining Ritz’s timeless elegance for the 21st century. Ideally located on Piazza della Repubblica and the Quirinale Presidential Palace, offering a discreet base from which to explore the Eternal City, The St. Regis Rome provides a premier residence.
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.
Since 1832, the name Sacher has stood for authentic Austrian luxury, exceptional local cuisine and the unique Original Sacher Torte and unforgettable moments with excellent personal service. In 1876, Eduard Sacher opened the first luxury house in Vienna, which soon became a center of glamorous life in Vienna. Aristocrats, politicians, artists and celebrities met here.
Sitting atop the famed Spanish Steps, the Hassler Roma artfully blends elegance and service of the highest level with the best of warm Italian Hospitality. Owner and Executive President Roberto E Wirth, fifth generation of a famous Swiss hotelier dynasty, continues to carry on the family’s rich traditions.
Hotel Savoy, takes pride of place on the Piazza della Repubblica – and the Rocco Forte family. Face-to-face with the Column of Abundance, the city’s literal centre point, its prime location is the mark of a Forte Hotel. This setting suffuses the Savoy. Ever-present views of the Duomo or piazza. Exciting Tuscan cuisine; cocktails infused with homegrown flavors; experiences spanning Renaissance art, truffle tastings, and traditional craftsmanship.
Centrally located overlooking the River Thames, Corinthia London lies in the heart of the UK capital. The immaculately restored Victorian façade is home to 225 rooms and 51 suites, including the new London Suites – a cosmopolitan space for modern living with contemporary artworks. Seven lavish duplex penthouses offer the extraordinary, with breath-taking views across the London skyline.
Santorini welcomes a new kind of luxury in form of Canaves Oia Epitome. Perched above the picturesque fishing town of Ammoudi, the property is inspired by traditional Cycladic architecture, combining natural and earthy materials with modern design and style.
Nestled into the hillside above Elia Bay, the 5-star Villa Collection is a uniquely luxurious resort concept. The essence of Myconian beauty and lifestyle runs like a blue thread through a constellation of exceptionally spacious suites and rooms, while superb villas offer the discreet yet unbounded opulence of a private house on Mykonos, complemented by personalized 5-star service around the clock.
Built in the 13th century as an enchanting country house for an aristocratic Florentine family, Villa La Massa was the property of eminent European aristocrats until 1948, when it was ultimately transformed into a luxury hotel. After a complete renovation, it reopened and its hundred-year-old history lives on, with every nook telling us tales of Renaissance splendor and the lifestyle of Florentine aristocrats.
Situated in the heart of Florence, the scenic St. Regis Florence has been the preferred stop of seasoned travelers since the 18th century. Steps away from iconic landmarks, it offers an unrivaled immersion into the cradle of the Renaissance.
Enveloped by the emerald Aegean and the awe-inspiring dramatic beauty of Santorini, Canaves Oia Suites welcomes guests to a world of exquisite elegance. Blending spectacular vistas of the charming Caldera with over the top accommodation and impeccable service, those luxury suites in Oia, Santorini will charm even the most eclectic guests.
As a hotel committed to the Sense of Place philosophy, Rosewood London’s exterior, interior, public spaces, and guestrooms all capture and celebrate the historic character and grandeur of this landmark building, guaranteed to create timeless memories of London for the visiting guest.
Set into the rock 300 metres above Elia beach, the Myconian Utopia Relais & Châteaux lives up to its name as the quintessence of sophisticated hospitality and sheer natural beauty, designed for true connoisseurs of Mykonos.
The Savoy is perfectly located on the River Thames, in the heart of all that London has to offer. At the forefront of the luxury hotel scene for over 130 years, The Savoy offers guests an experience that continuously evolves to meet the desires of the modern traveler. No other five-star London hotel can rival The Savoy’s superlative location.
A true Roman luminary between Piazza del Popolo and the Spanish Steps, the classical, and cosmopolitan come together at Hotel de Russie. An enduring favorite of artists and writers, stars and politicians, Hotel de Russie was dubbed “paradise on earth” by French poet Jean Cocteau in 1917, and the accolade still stands today.
Le Bristol Paris is an icon of French elegance and art de vivre located at one of the city’s most prestigious addresses on rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. The first of only 25 hotels in France to receive the “Palace” distinction, the hotel is a brief walk from a handful of other iconic palaces, most notably the Élysée, the Grand Palais and the Louvre.
Mystique is an exclusive hideaway in a natural world that perfectly lends itself to wider exploration, offering guests a tantalizing insight into the captivating island of Santorini and its unique traditions, romance, and wild beauty.