LIFE IS TO BE LIVED, TRAVELED, & EATEN WHILE DRESSED IN ALL YOUR FAVORITES!


Italy Hotels

Imagine gazing out your hotel windows in Florence with these SPECTACULAR views of the Duomo at sunrise! Here are 6 hotels I recommend in Italy: Italy Hotels

VENICE

Hotel: Hilton Molino Stucky Venice – located on Giudecca Island with great views of Venice. We stayed in the Molino King Deluxe Room with View of Venice and loved it! Very stylish and enough space for two. Each morning and evening we opened our windows to enjoy the views, watch the boats pass by, and take it all in. The hotel has a private shuttle boat to and from Piazza San Marco making it easy to get back and forth multiple times a day if needed. I’ve stayed in Venice as well as here on Giudecca Island and enjoyed both for different reasons. Pro Tip: before booking your hotel, see how close a boat will drop you off… if you’ve been to Europe you know pulling your luggage across cobblestone is no joke.

FLORENCE

Hotel: Grand Hotel Baglioni – The sunrise photo at the top of this post speaks for itself and so does this rooftop photo… Watching the sun rise over the Duomo every morning and having a front row seat on the rooftop was the highlight of this hotel! Now when it comes to the rooms, they weren’t anything spectacular…our room was pretty dark with no large windows like you see in the breakfast dining room but our bathroom had a nice tub & shower. Although we didn’t love the room, it didn’t bother us since we were out exploring all day every day. The location of the hotel was one of the biggest selling points – you are right across the street from the train!

MONTALCINO

Located in Tuscany, we came here to enjoy a tasting at Argiano Winery and had we known, we would have stayed the night at their beautiful Argiano Dimore. They were kind enough to give us a tour and make us want to come back on our next trip. The property dates back to 1580 & the wine was beyond delicious.

MONTICCHIELLO

The most incredible medieval village in Tuscany with a population of only 600! I highly recommend you take a car here and stay in the Ancient Tower, Airbnb in the center of the Monticchiello Village with never ending views of the rolling hills in Tuscany. The photos online looked too good to be true but it’s just as magical when you see it in person. Dinner and breakfast next door at Ristorante Daria were two of our most memorable meals of our vacation plus sweet Daria herself is there to greet you, she is beyond adorable!

POSITANO

Hotel: Punta Regina – If you’re going to Positano you have to have views facing the Mediterranean Sea! When we arrived they upgraded us however we ended up asking for our original room the following night… Upgrade means a larger patio however you’re on a lower level and your views of Positano and the Mediterranean Sea aren’t as great. We loved being on a higher floor with two sets of French doors to our patio instead of just one. The rooftop terrace has a small pool which might not be ideal if you’re going in summer but for our trip in October, breakfast on the terrace was all that mattered. One of the perks of this hotel is they park your car for you in their garage… trying to find parking along the coast can sometimes be impossible, especially during peak summer season.

ROME

Hotel: Lifestyle Suites Rome – if you want a luxurious stay in Rome look no further. This adults-only luxury hotel is located in Piazza Navona, one of the most iconic piazzas in Rome. Each suite is unique and has its own style. Our room looked right over the piazza which I definitely recommend but if your room doesn’t face this direction, you can find great views of Piazza Navona from the rooftop terrace. You are within minutes from the Pantheon, plus it’s an easy walk to Trevi fountain, and the Spanish Steps. For other historical landmarks farther away, we grabbed a scooter or bike to get around the city.

Life is short – book the vacation of your dreams & splurge on the hotels!

LIFE IS TO BE LIVED, TRAVELED, & EATEN WHILE DRESSED IN ALL YOUR FAVORITES!

xoxo, Jenny, Classy Sassy Travel

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