Italy Luxury Hotels – Podcast


Show Notes

In this podcast, co-host Katy and I talk about Italy Luxury hotels. For some Italy Beyond the Obvious travelers, the hotels are a key part of the trip, so we kick off the trip planning with hotel recommendations and build it from there. For others, a luxury hotel might be a splurge in one destination. And sometimes people tell us they don’t care what the hotel costs, but it has to be good value for money. That could be a farmhouse or it might be a five-star hotel with a pool.

Here are my top picks for Italy luxury hotels that Katy and I discuss in this podcast. There are just 20 hotels here, but that’s all we had time to cover.

Luxury Hotels in Venice

The Gritti Palace

The Hotel Danieli

Hotel Cipriani

The Londra Palace (this is my favorite hotel in Venice)

San Clemente Palace Kempinski


Luxury Hotels in Florence

Four Seasons Florence

Villa Cora

Belmond Villa San Michele



Luxury Hotel in Rome

Hotel Raphael, Relais & Chateaux


Luxury Hotels in Amalfi Coast

Belmond Hotel Caruso

Hotel Marina Riviera


Luxury Hotels in Tuscany

Castello di Spaltenna

Il Pellicano


Luxury Hotels in Italian Riviera

Grand Hotel Imperiale

Grand Hotel Miramare


Luxury Hotels in the Alta Badia area of the Dolomites Mountains

The Hotel Rosalpina

Hotel Ciasa Salares – I didn’t mention this hotel in the podcast, but when I was writing the show notes, I counted 19 hotels, and I thought 20 would be a nice round number, so I added this hotel.


Luxury Hotel in Taormina, Sicily

Grand Hotel Timeo


Luxury Hotel in Puglia

Borgo Egnazia


And those are my 20 recommendations!

If you haven’t listened to our other podcast episodes you can find them on the podcast page, here.

One final note: The links in these show notes are affiliate links, so if you make a booking using these links, I get a small percentage (it doesn’t cost you more though).

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